Over many centuries, a few cities have been recognised as wonderful hubs for entrepreneurship. We can find these on spice routes, the Silk Road and in more modern times, the importance of the hubs of Silicon Valley, Boston and Cambridge have been recognised. How can entrepreneurs take advantage of such places? What are the right strategies for making the most of what they have to offer?
Join Dr Chris Coleridge, the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship (PGDE) Director and Senior Faculty in Management Practice at Cambridge Judge Business School’s Entrepreneurship Centre, for our webinar discussing how entrepreneurs can take advantage of Cambridge’s remarkable startup hub, and how the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship forms a vital connection between the innovation taking place in Cambridge, and the entrepreneurs building businesses around the world.
Who the PGDE is for
What skills, support, learning and network the PGDE will provide
About the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship
This rigorous and selective qualification is for experienced professionals, scientists, intrapreneurs and technologists who wish to gain the skills, network and support to start and build high growth businesses. The programme is part-time, and mostly taught remotely, enabling students to work full time in their home city, while still benefiting from excellent teaching, mutual student support and the Cambridge experience. We have a focus on teaching the practical skills for business, and 80% of our students found businesses before, during or after the programme.