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Business Weekly: £3.4m funding for KisanHub

KisanHub, which was supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme and by the Cambridge Social Ventures programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, raises £3.4 million. The investment will help digitise the agricultural supply chain for the world’s largest food and beverage…

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Five things to avoid when pitching a startup to investors

Simon Hall, coach and mentor at the Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre and former BBC News correspondent, advises startups on pitfalls to avoid. Don't overlook your openingDo you want to avoid the five biggest errors in giving a pitch? If so...…

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Financial Times: The winning formula behind Cambridge’s Silicon Fen success story

Pahini Pandiya, alumna of the Ignite programme (class of 2018) run by the Entrepreneurship Centre, is currently raising funds for her medtech startup. Pahini says people come to Cambridge to build networks: “The concentration of brilliant minds all within a…

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Award for innovation in personalised medicine

Dr Geoff Macintyre and Dr Anna Piskorz, Co-founders of Pinpoint Oncology, a startup supported by the Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre, have been awarded a £50,000 Innovation Prize by Cancer Research UK. Leveraging cutting-edge research conducted at Cancer Research UK and…

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Award for innovation in personalised medicine

AI and health

The Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge supports new programme that uses artificial intelligence to tackle major NHS challenges. The Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School and the Eastern Academic Health Science Network (Eastern AHSN) are sponsoring a new programme…

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Venturing forth: Kos Technologies Artificial Intelligence (KOS Ai)

For most of us, caring for wounds is a matter of applying a bit of antiseptic to a cut finger and slapping on a bandage. But for Jerence Go, an Executive MBA participant at Cambridge Judge Business School (EMBA 2017),…

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Cambridge Independent: Flit, Cambridge’s self-folding electric bike, on way

A feature about Flit, a Cambridge-based startup, that is developing a foldable bike which “could revolutionise life for the city's commuters.” The Flit bicycle can travel 25 miles on a single charge and takes just a few seconds to fold.…

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Website Gear: Workio to unlock company culture with chatbots, machine learning and AI

The startup Workio is launching the first Beta version of their app to help codify company culture and unlock hidden business performance. The app, which makes use of custom-built chatbots integrated into workplace communications software platforms such as Slack and…

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Financial Times: Landlords are cashing in on startup venture capital

Paiak Vaid, currently studying for an MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School (Class of 2018), has a letter to the editor published in the Financial Times newspaper. Paiak expressed concern that innovative startup firms are spending too much money on…

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Hot Pickle and other experiences – a start-up story

Lifting the lid on the 'Hot Pickle' success story and the two MBAs who started their journey over a decade ago when they met in Cambridge and first formed their business. Rupert Pick and Patrick Hammond formed their successful marketing…

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