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Dawn: Creating a sovereign wealth fund

Pakistan may establish a sovereign wealth fund to manage its problematic state-owned enterprises, write Dr Kamal Munir, Reader in Strategy & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, and Baljeet K. Grewal, Executive MBA alumna (EMBA 2011) at the School. The…

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Business Weekly: From maggots to meals

The Entomics Biosystems startup aims to reduce food waste by converting it into energy or food for fish and animals. The team is using insects - specifically the Black Soldier Fly - as an efficient biological catalyst. The startup is…

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A career beyond the Icelandic financial crisis

After resolving one of the largest Icelandic banking collapses, attorney Jóhannes Jóhannsson (EMBA 2017) is developing his career with Cambridge Judge Business School. If you were to join a bank as a lawyer during the "boom" years of the mid-2000s,…

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The key to entrepreneurial success? Managing yourself

Terence Yeo, Founder and CEO of LED lighting products company Fusion Optix and a Cambridge MBA alumnus (MBA 2001), says that managing oneself is key to success in entrepreneurship. Terence founded the company in 2003 while sharing a house in…

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David Semmens joins fintech company from multinational bank

Executive MBA alumnus David Semmens (EMBA 2012) joins digital investment platform Wealthify from HSBC. David Semmens (EMBA 2012) has made a career transition from finance to fintech, becoming Head of Investment Strategy at digital investing platform Wealthify. David previously spent…

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David Semmens (EMBA 2013)

Where are Cambridge MBA alumni now? The real stories behind this year’s employment statistics

We caught up with some of our alumni at their graduation and asked them about their current roles and the work they did to secure them while at the School. The 'switcher' – Tom Stanley This is something demonstrated by…

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Channel News Asia: Being funny at work can be good for your career

Humour can be beneficial at work, according to research co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School, but there are significant differences on how men and women use it. Professor Sucheta Nadkarni, director of the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre, and Vanessa Marcié, alumna…

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Alessandro de Nicola awarded “Lawyer of the Year”

Alessandro de Nicola (EMBA 2017) is named "Lawyer of the Year" for Corporate Consultancy at the 2018 ‘Legalcommunity’ Corporate Awards in Italy. Congratulations to Executive MBA participant Alessandro de Nicola (EMBA 2017), who was named Italy's "Lawyer of the Year"…

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Alessandro de Nicola (EMBA 2017)

Hispanic Outlook: Lost in translation Hispanics victimized by America’s third leading cause of death

David Lenihan, CEO of Ponce Health Sciences University and an alumnus of the Executive MBA programme at Cambridge Judge Business School (EMBA 2016), is interviewed by Hispanic Outlook, in which he discusses the make-up of medical school graduates from the…

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Trade not aid: EMBA graduate launches ethical food marketplace

Tom Ellum (EMBA 2016) launches a new online marketplace for small farmers and producers in developing countries from a concept developed on the Cambridge Executive MBA programme. Thanks to globalisation, it is easier than ever for food to be exported…

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