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Business Because: How to get an MBA job on Wall Street

Seb Murray investigates what it takes to secure a job on Wall Street. Tom Stanley, Cambridge MBA alumnus (class of 2016), says internships are important when trying to get a job. He also suggests getting in touch with business school…

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Providing insights into company culture through new app by EMBA alumni

Kieron Faller and Allan Stewart, co-founders of tech start-up Workio have launched the first BETA version of an app to "codify company culture". Kieron Faller, CEO, and Allan Stewart, CTO, Workio The Workio app, which makes use of custom-built chatbots…

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Worship-worthy study

A case study by Cambridge MBA graduate Siling Tan (MBA 2017) on Chinese mobile phone maker Xiaomi’s marketing strategy in India wins a Worshipful Company of Marketors Award. Siling Tan (MBA 2017) Siling Tan, a Cambridge MBA graduate from Cambridge…

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Suspension bridge at night in Mumbai.

An alumnus who dared to make a difference

Eric Xu (MBA 2015) made that difference by volunteering as a regional Alumni Group Leader in China as soon as he finished his studies and has successfully run the groups in Beijing and Shanghai ever since. Eric Xu (MBA 2015)…

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Eric Xu

Executive MBA alumnus Niyi Abidakun leads data and analysis at events organiser ITE Group

Niyi Abidakun, a graduate from the 2016 cohort of the Cambridge Executive MBA programme, has been appointed Head of Insights & Analytics at London-based organiser of exhibitions and conferences, ITE Group. Niyi Abidakun (EMBA 2016) Niyi Abidakun, a graduate from…

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Niyi Abidakun.

Gaining a new management toolkit

When Lt Col Frank Brooks, Commander in the US Air Force, was looking for an Executive Education experience, he was keen to gain new perspectives on management and develop his skills, whilst meeting his own diverse career goals. That's when…

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Dr Kishore Sengupta teaching on an Executive Education programme.

2019 Business in Africa Conference

The conference is one of the largest annual conferences held at Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS) and attracts business leaders, students and professionals with an interest in business in Africa as well as other emerging markets. The annual Business in…

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People talking at the recent Business in Africa Conference.

Renewables revolution – energy trends in a ‘twelve years left’ world

In a world where the UN and climate scientists have recently issued sober warnings about the urgency of taking action on climate change to prevent the worst impacts, it has never been more important to assess the state of renewables…

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Renewables revolution

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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Vintage shopfront of Betty's hair and beauty salon.

Pivoting successfully

New ventures need to 'pivot' gracefully to avoid alienating their initial user community, says a new study co-authored by Professor Paul Tracey of Cambridge Judge Business School. Like athletes, companies "pivot" in adapting to changing circumstances. But while a bad…

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One player challenges another in a professional game of basketball.

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