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Pharma journey

From Greece to Scotland Yard to providing drugs for clinical trials: Cambridge MBA alumna Vanessa Dekou (MBA 2002) built a global pharma business from scratch. Vanessa Dekou Cambridge MBA alumnus Vanessa Dekou re-mortgaged her London house to set up her…

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Pile of blue, green and white pills.

BBC News: The hungry 26-year-old who set up a £100m food firm

Timo Boldt, founder of Gousto and an alumnus of the Executive MBA programme (EMBA 2014) at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks about how he set up a food in a box delivery company seven years ago and on the challenges…

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AI in construction

Five million euros funding for Germany-based construction startup, Building Radar, co-founded by a former student at Cambridge Judge Business School. Building Radar, a startup that uses artificial intelligence to identify new construction projects globally, announced that it has completed a…

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AI in construction

Female leadership: balancing your compass across the broadcast landscape

We join Kate Wendelboe (MBA 2011) as she shares a career journey in broadcasting and beyond, as well as her experience of women in leadership and mentoring programmes across this ever-changing sector. "I started my career in marketing, working for…

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Space and Satellite Professionals International: 20 Under 35

Cambridge Judge Business School alumna Nikita Chiu (MPhil in Technology Policy 2016) made the 2019 list of "20 under 35" young professionals to watch in the space and satellite industry by Space & Satellite Professionals International. The list features entrepreneurs…

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Chat to our Executive MBA alumni and student ambassadors today

We've introduced a valuable new tool that lets you speak to those who know the Executive MBA from the inside: alumni and current participants. The Cambridge Judge Business School Executive MBA has launched a new peer-based service allowing prospective applicants…

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A special interest beyond the classroom for the MBA student

For those with a range of interests there is a wide range of groups, known as 'special interest groups', that if embedded from the outset into your learning experience can ensure the Cambridge MBA year is that much richer and…

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AI in healthcare

Razvan Ionasec (EMBA 2018) has been a computer buff since his childhood in Romania. His team at Siemens has now developed an artificial intelligence-based assistant to help radiologists evaluate medical scans. Razvan Ionasec had been working for several years on…

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Artificial intelligence in smart healthcare hospital technology concept.

Time Out Shanghai: Meet the ultramarathon runner and entrepreneur making higher education accessible

Cambridge Judge alumnus Greg Nance (MPhil in Management 2011) talks about his entrepreneurial journey and explains why running a marathon is much easier: “Running a startup is [definitely] harder than running an ultramarathon because there’s no finish line. As soon…

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The Varsity: Is Churchill Gowns a breakthrough in sustainable gowning?

An interview with Oliver Adkins, Cambridge Judge alumnus (PGDE 2014) and co-founder of the Churchill Gowns venture. Churchill Gowns offers affordable graduation gowns made from recycled materials and was previously on the Cambridge Social Ventures programme. “Our gowns are manufactured…

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