skip to navigation skip to content

Media coverage

Business Insider: Meet the 35 most exciting young entrepreneurs, engineers, and advisors in UK fintech

Matthew Ford, founder of finance management app Pariti, has been named one of the “most exciting young entrepreneurs” in the fintech sector, according to Business Insider. Matthew is an alumnus of the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship programme (PGDE 2014) run…

Read more

Financial Times: Politician’s sprinkling of stardust boosts the funds industry

David Pitt-Watson, Pembroke Visiting Professor of Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses the appeal of recruiting former politicians to asset management firms. “They are giving their name to a business and investors will be drawn to that. If the…

Read more

Poets and Quants: Business schools tap into cannabis sector

With marijuana being legalized in some US states, business schools are now looking into the market in order to stay ahead. Earlier this year, Cambridge Judge Business School and cannabis investor White Sheep Corp announced their collaboration on the first…

Read more

Apollo: Postmodern architecture wasn’t meant to last – but now it’s part of the establishment

Cambridge Judge Business School’s Old Addenbrooke’s building was given Grade II* status and is one of 17 buildings across England to have been included in the National Heritage List. It was designed by architect John Outram. The article says Outram’s…

Read more

Wired: 15 top thinkers on innovations that will most change our lives by 2050

Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Marketing and Jawaharlal Nehru Professor of Indian Business & Enterprise at Cambridge Judge, comments on the implications of driverless vehicles: “It is expected that by 2030 all vehicles will be fully connected and autonomous: that is,…

Read more