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Women in social innovation

Belinda Bell of Cambridge Social Ventures at Cambridge Judge named to the WISE100 list of influential women in social enterprise. Belinda Bell, Programme Director of Cambridge Social Ventures at Cambridge Judge Business School, was named to the Women in Social…

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Women in social innovation

Business Weekly: University launches potential £100k social ventures seed funding

Cambridge Enterprise teams with Cambridge Social Ventures, part of the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at the School, for a social investment seed funding pilot programme. The programme will invest up to £20,000 each in as many as five businesses…

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Social enterprise pilot

Cambridge Enterprise teams with Cambridge Social Ventures at Cambridge Judge for social investment seed funding pilot programme. Cambridge Enterprise, the commercialisation arm of the University of Cambridge, has joined forces with Cambridge Social Ventures at Cambridge Judge Business School in…

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Social enterprise pilot

Cambridge Magazine: Rock steady

A feature about Levin Sources, a startup supported by Cambridge Social Ventures at the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation. Levin Sources is a consultancy and social venture that moves more minerals through systems where good governance and better business are…

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Cambridge News: FitBit for meditation? Motion-guided mindfulness app launched

Mindz, a startup currently on Cambridge Social Ventures programme run by the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation, has just released a meditation app grounded in science. The eight-week training programme will offer a personalised meditation course and a series of…

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Smithsonian: Want to learn Cherokee? This startup is teaching endangered languages

Inky Gibbens, founder and CEO of Tribalingual startup, talks about her venture and why it’s important to save endangered languages. “When languages die we lose an incredible opportunity to learn about our collective human psyche. This is because languages aren’t…

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Business Weekly: Healthera in £1 million digital healthcare coup

A start-up supported by Cambridge Social Ventures, Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation, partnered with pharmacy software provider Cegedim Rx and entered a £1m agreement co-funded by Innovate UK. The teams will focus on researching and developing a connected digital solution…

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‘Big difference’ ventures

Eight ventures with Cambridge Judge connections were honoured in the first Cambridge Independent Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards. Eight ventures with connection to Cambridge Judge Business School were honoured in the first Cambridge Independent Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards, held…

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'Big difference' ventures

Cambridge Independent: Winners of the Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

A handful of ventures associated with Cambridge Judge Business School won honours at the Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards of the Cambridge Independent newspaper. AlgoDynamix (Acclerate Cambridge) was startup winner, Speechmatics (Accelerate Cambridge) and Audio Analytic (Ignite) were scale-up winners…

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Business Weekly: Chinese teachers choose Cambridge careers education masterclass

A group of teachers from Hangzhou, China, came to Cambridge to learn about best ways to support young people at schools with their careers. Form the Future, a startup connecting schools and businesses in Cambridgeshire to help students prepare for…

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