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Cambridge TV: Cambridge entrepreneurs – Entomics

In the first of a Cambridge Entrepreneurs series on Cambridge TV, Accelerate Cambridge’s Luther Phillips meets with the Entomics (formerly Entomos) team to chat about their venture and hear their ideas. The start-up, supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at…

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Cambridge News: Cambridge firm turns food waste into biofuel, with a little help from some flies

Entomics (known as Entomos before), a start-up supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, is working on converting food waste into useful substances, i.e. fuel. Launched by Cambridge MBA alumnus Matt McClaren, the venture is using…

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Real Business: Navigating the angel investing ecosystem – advice for angel investors and entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs should communicate with their investors not only when they need more money, writes Simon Thorpe in Real Business. Simon shares his insights on the angel investing ecosystem and gives advice to entrepreneurs. The Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge…

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Business Weekly: Cambridge dons give ‘impact from research’ masterclass

A new series of Enterprise Tuesday to start on 2 February with Cambridge entrepreneurs Nigel Slater and Chris Lowe, who will talk about their experiences of commercialising university science and technology. Enterprise Tuesday is a series of free evening lectures…

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Cambridge Network: Rize app wins annual CER Internet Entrepreneurs Prize

Rize, an app that aims to improve mental well-being, has been awarded first prize at the Conference of European Rabbis (CER) annual Internet Awards. Rize has been supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, part of…

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Business Weekly: Forbes honours Cambridge entrepreneurs

The cofounders of Accelerate Cambridge startup Simprints have been named in the Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe list. Simprints’ Toby Norman, Tristram Norman and Dan Storisteanu make “the European elite,” according to Forbes. Simprints developed a biometric fingerprint scanner that…

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Business Weekly: [email protected] boot camp in Cambridge for first time

On 22 February Cambridge Judge Business School will host the biotech-focused Boot Camp for [email protected], convened by HRH The Duke of York, KG. “Cambridge Judge Business School is very excited to host the Boot Camp for [email protected], and we’re delighted…

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China Daily (Europe): China, UK can do much more together

China and the UK should collaborate closer in order to achieve even bigger accomplishments, writes Alan Barrell, Entrepreneur in Residence at Cambridge Judge Business School: “Both economies need to aim at far greater success in having more companies grow substantially…

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Think you could have the next Facebook on your hands? Don’t let these five rookie errors spoil your plans for business success

The first year is a perilous time for a start-up. However much research you've done, however tight your business plan and however many hours you put in, a new business is still far more vulnerable than an established company. But…

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Business Wire: 15 innovators selected for Accenture’s 2016 FinTech Innovation Lab London

Accelerate Cambridge startup AlgoDynamix, which detects financial market anomalies that result in significant price disruptions, is among 15 fintech ventures selected to participate in in Accenture’s 2016 FinTech Innovation programme. This is a 12-week mentoring program that helps fintech entrepreneurs…

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