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Accelerate Cambridge makes first two seed grants

Real-world risk prediction and a dynamic data gathering platform are the first two ventures to receive funding from the new Cambridge Judge Business School 'Accelerate Cambridge' business accelerator The two fledgling companies, Cytora and Stat.io, have each received £15,000 to…

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Cambridge News: Accelerate Cambridge awards funds to first two businesses

Real-world risk prediction and a dynamic data gathering platform are the first two ventures to receive funding from the new Cambridge Judge Business School ‘Accelerate Cambridge’ business accelerator." Read the full article [cambridge-news.co.uk]…

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Vote for Cambridge four in Global Startup Battle

Four new entrepreneur teams from the latest Accelerate Cambridge start-up weekend need your help as they compete in the biggest competition for new ventures - the Global Startup Battle The conquerors last year were Accelerate start-up Stat.io and this year…

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Vote for Cambridge four

On Anti-Slavery Day, campaigner Simon Stockley welcomes new bill to fight human trafficking

As the UK marks National Anti-Slavery Day (Friday 18 October), Cambridge Judge Business School's very own expert on human trafficking, Simon Stockley, speaks about a new law to crack down on the traffickers - and his work with a ground-breaking…

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Simon Stockley

Business Weekly: Accelerate Cambridge transforms startup blueprint

Cambridge University’s Judge Business School has received €0.5 million from a secret benefactor to fund startups emerging from its innovative Accelerate Cambridge programme for fledgling entrepreneurs. Tony Quested interviews Hanadi Jabado, director of Accelerate Cambridge. Read the full article [businessweekly.co.uk]…

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Business Weekly: Alumni-focused venturing in UK institutions

In Cambridge, the Judge Business School is on trend, having established ‘Accelerate Cambridge’ as a start-up accelerator in May 2012. The accelerator allows alumni and friends of the University of Cambridge to turn an idea into a business, to launch, and…

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A chance to practise entrepreneurial alchemy

Cambridge start-up weekend to catalyse ideas and create new ventures The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) is offering budding entrepreneurs and creative minds the chance to practise real alchemy during a high-octane start-up weekend at Cambridge Judge Business School from…

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Fundraising appeal for the Future Business Centre launches at Cambridge Judge Business School

Cambridge Judge Business School was delighted to welcome the pioneer of the social investment movement, Sir Ronald Cohen, to the School to launch the public fundraising campaign for the Future Business Centre. The Centre is Cambridge's first purpose-built incubation centre…

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Sir Ronald Cohen

[email protected] Weekend to focus on social enterprise

Develop, test and launch your business in 54 hours Accelerate Cambridge will be running the next [email protected], its own start-up weekend model for budding entrepreneurs from Friday 15 March to Sunday 17 March 2013 in collaboration with Idea Transform. [email protected]

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The inaugural e-Luminate Festival

Clean technology innovators and visual artists to use light and installation art to show advances in environmentally-focused industry The inaugural e-Luminate Festival takes place from 20-24 February 2013 in Cambridge. The festival is an exciting visual display which showcases one of…

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