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Intelligent insurance

Cytora, an artificial intelligence company that was on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge, announces new $4.4 million funding round. Cytora, …

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Life sciences

Accelerate Cambridge Life Sciences collaboration with AstraZeneca featured in new video A new video on the Accelerate Cambridge Life Sciences programme highlights …

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Building Radar

European Space Agency award for company co-founded by Cambridge Judge PGDE alumnus that uses satellite technology to track building projects. Building Radar, …

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Entrepreneurial findings

Entrepreneurs in classroom and mentoring boost learners’ confidence in entrepreneurial education, finds study at Cambridge Judge Business School. The presence of entrepreneurs …

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Treasury outsourcing

Cambridge Judge student seeks treasure in niche finance venture. Setting up a treasury function inside a company can be an expensive proposition, …

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AutoTrip

Venture co-founded by Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship alumnus secures funding in under a week of launching on Crowdcube Computing and processing automobile …

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Be prepared

Business leaders reawake to the risk of regional conflict, Andrew Coburn of the Centre for Risk Studies writes in The Conversation. From …

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Pipeline politics

‘Turkish Stream’ would work against European consumers, says Cambridge Judge researcher. Russia’s recent decision to abandon plans for a “South Stream” energy …

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Revolutionary fervour

Neil Stott of Cambridge Judge writes foreword to values report. Global Tolerance, a social change consultancy, has released a report entitled “The …

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The spirit of enterprise

Entrepreneurship takes centre stage at CfEL 10th anniversary More than 200 people celebrated the 10th anniversary of the School’s Centre for Entrepreneurial …

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Norway’s climate plan

“Despite its depressing realism at times, the report proposes a role for the world’s largest Sovereign Wealth Fund that might surprise many,” …

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Snappy dress, good cause

‘Suits for Suits’ day raises funds to protect healthcare workers battling Ebola The normal uniform for people behind start-up companies tends to …

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Investing from the heart

Cars, art, wine and watches: emotional assets are becoming an increasingly popular alternative to traditional investments. But, as Cambridge Judge Business School’s …

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BBC Radio 4: Today programme

Allan Barrell, Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses on small start-up businesses and why Cambridge is a good place to start …

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Following the money

Does performance-related pay work? Dr Jonathan Trevor explores the issues. Pay for performance matters. It’s a practice that crosses sectors, affects millions …

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When slacker is safer

Professor Stefan Scholtes warns that exceeding the ‘tipping point’ can have serious consequences They turn up late. They seem immune to deadlines. …

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No bangers in the UK

It’s often said that Britain’s car industry is in decline, but research from Dr Matthias Holweg suggests the real story is very …

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Greek shoots?

Dr Christos Pitelis doesn’t just study real-world policy decisions. As an adviser to the Greek government at a time of economic and …

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Whither Europe?

Global Business Symposium at Cambridge Judge Business School to tackle the challenges of doing business in Europe today The Centre for International …

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Winning Without Losing

Winning Without Losing: a strategic guide to help entrepreneurs achieve better business success and work-life balance is launched in the UK What …

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Cambridge 105 FM: In your company

Sam Davies presents this month’s edition exploring Cambridge’s business relationship with developing markets around the globe, including an interview with Professor Jaideep …

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‘Jugaad’ leads the way!

Positive reviews for a new book, championing a frugal, flexible and inclusive approach to innovation, co-authored by Cambridge Judge Business School professor …

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Conflict in the workplace

Current reward policy is increasingly complex, too technical, focused on too few people and has serious unintended consequences, says Dr Jonathan Trevor …

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Conflict in the workplace

Current reward policy is increasingly complex, too technical, focused on too few people and has serious unintended consequences, says Dr Jonathan Trevor. …

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Natural capital

Dr Mike Rands, Executive Director of the Cambridge Conservation Initiative (CCI), on the unsustainable depletion of ‘natural capital’ and its relevance to …

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RiffStream#Cambridge

Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning at Cambridge Business School is striking a chord with creative innovators The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL), part …

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Entrepreneurs of tomorrow

Alumna from Cambridge Judge Business School makes the Business Weekly ‘Next Generation of Entrepreneurs’ list An MBA alumna from Cambridge Judge Business …

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‘Jugaad Innovation’

New book co-authored by Professor Jaideep Prabhu looks at a frugal and flexible approach to innovation Professor Jaideep Prabhu, the Jawaharial Nehru …

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Rethinking economics

Macroeconomist Michael Kitson of Cambridge Judge Business School compares the current global recession to the Great Depression of the 1930s and feels …

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Rethinking economics

A highly respected macroeconomist says a regime change in economics is needed to haul the country out of austerity and ensure long-term …

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Jugaad innovation

In his new book, Professor Prabhu argues that the West must look to India, Brazil and China for a new approach to …

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A rewarding crisis?

Reward policy is increasingly complex, impossibly technical, focused on too few people, and has serious unintended consequences. We need a new approach …

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Don’t fight a giant

Large corporates often devour smaller firms to enter new markets. However, the temptation for incumbents to mimic these giant should be resisted, …

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