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Venturing forth: Syrona Women

Two Cambridge entrepreneurs - Anya Roy and Chantelle Bell - co-founded a startup aiming to help women to detect early signs of cervical cancer and other gynaecological diseases. We talked to Anya to find out more. The idea for the…

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Enterprise in Africa

Local context matters for entrepreneurship in developing countries where Western ideas of profit may not fit the 'collectivist' culture, says article by Laura Claus and Dr Neil Stott of Cambridge Judge Business School. While "entrepreneurship" may be a hip buzzword…

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Enterprise in Africa

Venturing forth: Crayfish

Cambridge MBA alumna founded an online platform that connects qualified bilingual talent to companies aiming to do business with China. Ting Zhang, CEO and founder of Crayfish has more than 20 years' experience in facilitating investment and trade between the…

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Silicon Valley (The Cambridge Judge Business Debate podcast series)

Silicon Valley is a big success story, spawning the likes of Google and Apple. But what are the secrets of this success, and what challenges does Silicon Valley face to retain its leadership role? This episode of the Cambridge Judge…

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Cambridge Judge Business School International Business Study Trip 2018 Alumni reception @ Tres Restaurant, San Francisco, California

Healthcare digital disruption

Corporations should team up with more flexible startups to drive digital transformation of healthcare, says new paper stemming from collaboration between Cambridge Judge Business School, University Witten/Herdecke and Bayer AG in Germany. Corporations should seek collaborations with nimble startups to…

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Fish out of water

New study co-authored by Professor Paul Tracey of Cambridge Judge Business School says new ventures obtain 'legitimacy' not through one-off activity but through a gradated process in which acceptance ebbs and flows along with shifting expectations. What makes a new…

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Sweet award

Chocolate maker Harry Specters, alumni of the Cambridge Social Ventures programme, is named social enterprise of the year in Citi Microentrepreneurship Awards. Harry Specters, a startup that aims to build confidence in young people with autism by providing employment and…

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Sweet award winners with trophy

Cornea connection

Cambridge MBA student wins startup competition in Germany. Daniel Morales, a student on the Cambridge MBA programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, scooped the top award in a startup competition in Germany. Daniel and Maria Teresa Perez Zaballos pitched their…

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Cornea connection

Venturing forth: BeeBee Wraps

Replacing plastic, one wrap at a time. Speaking with a friend, Kath Austin heard how people in pre-plastic days used cotton coated with beeswax to preserve food – and she wondered whether this ancient technology could help with a very…

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BeeBee Wraps in action

Cambridge Magazine: She’s all that

Five women with Cambridge Judge Business School connections are featured among 15 business, science and education women in Cambridgeshire. They are: Michaela Eschbach and Anna Bailey, co-founders of the Form the Future venture, and Kath Austin, founder of BeeBee Wraps…

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