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Supporting social enterprise leaders to respond to the pandemic

Announcing the social entrepreneurs shortlisted for the 2020 Cambridge Social Innovation Prize, awarded by Trinity Hall and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at the University of Cambridge. From fighting loneliness on your morning jog, to rethinking land ownership, to…

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Research repurposed

Experts at Cambridge Judge apply their research to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The coronavirus pandemic is being analysed by Cambridge Judge Business School faculty and other experts from various angles, and their thoughts have been published in different publications including the…

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The gig economy (The Cambridge Judge Business Debate podcast series)

From Uber to Deliveroo, the 'gig economy' is increasingly visible. But with flexibility for workers comes uncertainty, so what is the future of the gig economy including the role of government? L-R: Dr Chris Coleridge, Dr Belinda Bell, Dr Thomas…

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Courier with bicycle delivering unbranded shopping bag to client in the street.

The Hill: Conservationists find new partners to bring back nature

Dr Belinda Bell, Director of the Cambridge Social Ventures programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on the importance of making rewilding landscapes profitable. She says it’s important to find ways where business and rewilding landscapes can coexist: “Although to…

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£10,000 Cambridge prize for ‘achievement and ambition’ in social enterprise

Feminist fashion, affordable housing, co-operative farming and fostering independence in people with learning disabilities: four outstanding social entrepreneurs are being celebrated today for their achievement and ambition in creating social change through business. The inaugural Cambridge Social Innovation Prize, awarded…

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Cambridge Social Innovation Prize

Innovation ecosystems (The Cambridge Judge Business Debate podcast series)

Innovation ecosystems – networks and places to exchange ideas – are helping to unlock value through collaboration across industries. L-R: Professor Shahzad Ansari, Belinda Bell, Dr Chris Coleridge and Michael Kitson In this episode, joining podcast host Michael Kitson, University…

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Grassy room illustrating a innovative ecosystem - with hexagonal pattern and vertical garden on the wall.

Changing the world, one café at a time

A café near the mystical temple complex of Angkor Wat in Cambodia, set up with support from Cambridge Judge Business School, provides an opportunity for tourists to give back to the local community. Georgina Hemmingway with the café's general manager,…

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The pink hues of Sunrise over the Angkor Wat temple in Siem Riep, Cambodia.

Social enterprise in Vietnam

Vietnam is a country with great potential for social enterprise. Belinda Bell, Director of Cambridge Social Ventures at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses how such promise might be fulfilled. Dr Belinda Bell Belinda Bell, Director of Cambridge Social Ventures at…

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Evening view of Old Town in Hoi An city, Vietnam. Hoi An is situated on the east coast of Vietnam. Its old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its historical buildings.

The Saigon Times: Social innovation lecture tour

The British Council in Vietnam is working in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Training to organise a social innovation lecture tour with Dr Belinda Bell, programme director of the Cambridge Social Ventures, part of the Cambridge Judge Business…

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Social innovation through housing

Housing associations are now rediscovering their radical and ambitious roots to make a big difference, says Belinda Bell, Director of the Cambridge Social Ventures programme at Cambridge Judge. Dr Belinda Bell, Director of the Cambridge Social Ventures programme of the…

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Numerous skyscrapers tower above the horizon. These are the residential ‘tower blocks’ in the ‘Seaton’ area of Aberdeen. The area has a mixed demographic but suffers from social issues such as poverty and unemployment.

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