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Business Weekly: Health food startup helps fight UK child hunger

Social enterprise Jake’s Boost co-founded by an alumna of Cambridge Judge Business School is helping to fight UK child hunger with a range of multi-nut and seed butters. Co-founder Ansje Germann is an alumna of the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship…

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The Daily Mirror: Brit scientist could be about to cure multiple sclerosis and provide hope for millions

Interview with Dr Su Metcalfe from the University of Cambridge’s Clinical School, founder of LIFNano Therapeuthics. The venture, which aims to cure multiple sclerosis and other auto-immune diseases, is on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre. Dr…

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Disrupting ventures

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…

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Cambridge Business Magazine: A medical quantum leap?

Interview with Dr Su Metcalfe from the University of Cambridge’s Clinical School, founder of LIFNano Therapeuthics. The venture, which aims to cure multiple sclerosis and other auto-immune diseases, is on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre. Read…

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Taking the risk out of risk analysis

AlgoDynamix is a pioneering portfolio risk analytics company. Its software tools identify disruptive events in international financial markets, giving investment bankers and asset managers advance warning of major directional market movements that could affect their holdings. With a recent win…

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Startup award for fingerprint venture

SimPrints, a venture that was supported by Cambridge Judge Business School, wins the Grand Prize at the Women Startup Challenge Europe 2017. SimPrints Technology, a startup supported by Cambridge Judge Business School that developed an inexpensive biometric fingerprint scanner, won…

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Wired: Could AlgoDynamix save us from the next crisis?

An interview with Dr Jeremy Sosabowski, founder of the venture Algodynamix, currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School. The venture detects financial market anomalies that result in significant price disruptions. Read…

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Smartbell rings in the Internet of Cows

Early in 2016 engineer and Cambridge MBA graduate Jose Chitty found himself pitching three-month-old start-up Smartbell to an audience featuring the great and the good of the Cambridge Cluster, technology specialists from across the UK, and, prominent in the front…

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edozo moves fast to identify multi-million pound revenue pipelines

edozo CEO Marcus Ginn has some straightforward advice for entrepreneurs: "An entrepreneur is someone who gets things done. So set milestones, put a rocket under yourself and move fast." Speaking from edozo's offices in London's prestigious Kensington, Marcus is in…

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Business Weekly: Cambridge Gates scholar targets brain cancer with new drugs

An interview with Minaam Abbas, CEO of startup angioClast. The company is developing products targeting Glioblastoma Multiforme, the most aggressive and incurable brain cancer. The startup is supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre. Read the…

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