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Building Radar

European Space Agency award for company co-founded by Cambridge Judge PGDE alumnus that uses satellite technology to track building projects. Building Radar, a Munich-based company that uses satellite technology to help track building projects around the world, has been awarded…

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Building Radar

Entrepreneurial findings

Entrepreneurs in classroom and mentoring boost learners' confidence in entrepreneurial education, finds study at Cambridge Judge Business School. The presence of entrepreneurs in the classroom and programme mentors boosts the confidence of entrepreneurial education students to perform key tasks, according…

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Classroom teaching

Shanghai Daily: The Global Search for Education: An Education in Africa

Educating girls is a very powerful tool for ending global poverty. Ann Cotton is the Founder and President of Camfed, a world renowned non-profit organisation tackling poverty and inequality in sub-Saharan Africa. Her internationally acclaimed work has become a significant…

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Business Weekly: Golden child skipped the silver spoon inheritance

Business Weekly’s Tony Quested speaks to Darrin Disley, CEO of Horizon Discovery and Entrepreneur in Residence at the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL), Cambridge Judge Business School. Darrin shares his insights on his education, career and multimillion life science venture…

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Dr Hermann Hauser founds the Alpbach Summer School for entrepreneurs

This year Dr Hermann Hauser, accepted worldwide as successful computer and risk capital entrepreneur, founded the IECT - Hermann Hauser. Together with the European Forum Alpbach and the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) at Cambridge Judge Business School, IECT have…

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Herman Hauser talking with students

Business Because: Educating entrepreneurs: Silicon Valley spurs start-up creation among MBAs

The number of MBA students who choose an entrepreneurial path is growing in business schools in Europe, the US and Asia. In Cambridge, entrepreneurship is bursting. “We get an ecosystem developing of alumni coming through the business school and university,”…

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The Huffington Post: We are living in the greatest generation for entrepreneurship

Varun Bhanot, an entrepreneur currently studying on Cambridge Judge Business School’s Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship (PGDE), writes about the pioneers of entrepreneurship in the UK and why now is the best time to start a business. Read the full article [huffingtonpost.co.uk]…

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Business Because: Educating entrepreneurs: Business programs bridge students with venture capital

Top universities are helping to provide access to venture capital so start-ups can scale. “The business school is at the heart of the entrepreneurial ecosystem,” says Joanna Mills of the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning at Cambridge Judge, adding that ventures…

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Business Weekly: Hauser takes entrepreneurship back home

The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) at Cambridge Judge Business School is supporting Hermann Hauser, who is launching the Alpbach Summer School on Entrepreneurship in Austria. The summer school will be held from 19 – 24 August and will include…

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Financial health

Pariti, a finance startup founded by PGDE student, is a fintech competition winner. Pariti, a finance startup founded by a Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship (PGDE) student at Cambridge Judge that helps people avoid financial difficulty, has reached the global finals…

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Financial health

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