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Three companies with ties to the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge are chosen for the Disrupt 100 list for 2017.


Three ventures with ties to the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School have been selected for the Disrupt 100 list 2017, an index of businesses with the “most potential to influence, change or create new global markets.”

The 100 firms chosen were judged by the potential to affect an existing market or geographic area, introduce new customers to a market, or create a new market with significant demand from customers. Judges were drawn from global firms including Google, Oracle and KPMG.

The businesses chosen for Disrupt 100 with ties to Cambridge Judge are:

  • Healx | a firm that repurposes existing drugs to treat rare diseases, which is supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge.
  • Satavia | an analytics company for the aviation market supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme.
  • Cambridge Intelligence | an artificial intelligence firm that helps companies see patterns and insights in their data, which took part in the Centre’s Ignite programme.