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Lunch in a Cambridge garden without fear of fighter jets

Maryna Marchenko, who heads a charity to help mothers in Ukraine, says she enriched her life and her work through the Rising Women Leaders Programme at Cambridge Judge Business School. Maryna Marchenko with her 4-year-old. Maryna Marchenko knew she had…

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Maryna Marchenko waving the Ukrainian flag.

Forbes Ukraine: Free program for the development of fintech with the support of the Cambridge Judge Business school to start in Ukraine

The National Bank of Ukraine and Cambridge Judge Business School are launching a training program for the development of innovations in the financial sector of Ukraine. The programme is one of the elements of the FinTech Development Strategy in Ukraine…

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Helping Ukraine’s reconstruction

The National Bank of Ukraine and Cambridge Judge Business School launch unique training programme to foster innovations in Ukraine’s financial sector. The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) and Cambridge Judge Business School are launching a unique initiative: a training programme…

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A vigil held at the Senate House for all those affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Cambridge Judge-led initiative to use drones to help document Ukraine atrocities

A UK initiative led by two Cambridge MBA students and Professor Mark de Rond of Cambridge Judge Business School seeks to document war crimes in Ukraine through drone-delivered images. lhor Kravets (MBA 2021) A UK initiative led by two Cambridge…

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Using Drones to document Ukraine war crimes.

The Guardian: Ukrainians could fill job vacancies in Britain, if only they could get visas

Home Office bureaucracy is depriving our economy of highly skilled workers, write Nick Greenberg, Shubham Agarwal, Vathuthita Techataratip, Jun Hatakeyama and Kate Halsted, a group of students (MBA 2021) at Cambridge Judge Business Schools, in a letter to The Guardian.…

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BBC: Ukraine war – Professor tells of elderly mother’s death in Mariupol

Ukraine-born Professor of Finance Andrei Kirilenko is interviewed by the BBC “Today” programme on Radio 4 about his 85-year-old late mother, who lived in the besieged city of Mariupol. Read the full article [bbc.co.uk]…

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The Globe and Mail: Opinion – The destruction of my hometown of Mariupol is something I can never forgive

Andrei Kirilenko, Professor of Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about the Ukraine war. “I was born and raised in Mariupol, Ukraine. My 85-year-old immobile mother was there when the Russian invasion began. I last spoke with her five…

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Cambridge Network: Cambridge Festival to host a series of high-profile talks on Ukraine

Andrei Kirilenko, Professor of Finance and Director of the Doctoral Programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, will be speaking at the Cambridge Festival, which begins today and runs until the 10th of April. The festival will be hosting a series…

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Reuters: Nestle to suspend ‘vast majority’ of sales in Russia

Nestle is to halt the sale of a wide range of brands in Russia amid Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's criticism of the world's biggest food company for its continued presence in the country. Before its move Wednesday, Nestle was denounced…

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Ukraine: medics in conflict zones

Mark de Rond, Professor of Organisational Ethnography at Cambridge Judge Business School, embedded with military surgeons in Afghanistan for six weeks. He describes the challenges faced by doctors and nurses in conflict zones like Ukraine. Quite aside from the deadly…

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Ukraine: medics in conflict zones.

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