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Why acquirers retain tech startup CEOs

Acquirers are more likely to retain a young tech firm’s CEO if they are a founder owing to their ‘pivotal’ role in deal implementation, finds a study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. Dr Keivan Aghasi According to much conventional…

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FotoStax, an imaging venture on the Accelerate Cambridge programme of Cambridge Judge co-founded by two Cambridge MBA graduates, is named one of the Most Disruptive MBA startups. Jonathan McBride FotoStax, a venture co-founded by two Cambridge MBA graduates of Cambridge…

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Poets & Quants: 2021 most disruptive MBA startups: FotoStax, Cambridge Judge

FotoStax, an imaging venture co-founded by Cambridge MBA graduates, is named one of the Most Disruptive MBA startups. Jonathan McBride and Yusuke Enomoto (both MBA 20200) co-founded FotoStax that is developing a device to capture and print moving and 3D…

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Cambridge News: Cambridge University graduate’s endometriosis diagnosis inspired her to develop reproductive testing kit

Cambridge University graduate Dr Golnoush Golshirazi co-founded ScreenMe that offers home reproductive health testing kit. There is also an app aiming to make the process more understandable. ScreenMe startup was previously on the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by Cambridge Judge’s…

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Sustainable ventures

Ventures associated with Cambridge Judge Business School programmes are involved in many areas of sustainability, from food production to aviation. The focus on sustainability at Cambridge Judge Business School extends far beyond the classroom. The Business School encourages students and…

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Clean-tech entrepreneurship

Electric vehicle recharging firm Pod Point, founded by Ignite alumnus at Cambridge Judge Erik Fairbairn and CJBS fellow Peter Hiscocks, floats on the London Stock Exchange with a valuation of around £350 million. Peter Hiscocks Electric vehicle recharging company Pod…

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Cambridge Independent: Happyr Health and Medwise at North-South MedTech Summit

Two startups currently on Accelerate Cambridge programme run by Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre, will attend the inaugural North-South MedTech Summit.’s co-founder Dr Keith Tsui will be at ‘Healthcare’ roundtable to talk about “the importance of supporting healthcare workers in…

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Business Weekly: Cambridge startup raises $103m in first close of Series B company that combines synthetic and stem cell biology, has raised £103 in Serie B round. Founder and CEO Dr Mark Kotter said: “I’m thrilled that is supported by world class investors and strategic partners. The capital will enable…

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Farmers Weekly: Smart ear tag offers early detection of pneumonia

A new monitoring and management tool Well-Calf aimed at detecting bovine respiratory disease (BRD) in its early stages is being launched in December 2021. This is a collaboration between Smartbell, Parklands Veterinary Group, Innovate UK, Agriepicentre and Scotland’s Rural College…

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CAM: Hub life

A feature about RE.USE startup, that is currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School. RE.USE is “return and reuse” logistics system, which aims to eliminate the use of single-use takeaway containers.…

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