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MedTech Venture Competition 2019: solving health challenges through venture creation

Four early stage ventures with novel medical technologies tackling skin disease, heart defects in newborns, cancer treatment and female contraceptive treatments have won prizes at the inaugural Medical Technology (MedTech) Venture Competition developed by the Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre. The…

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MedTech Venture Competition 2019: solving health challenges through venture creation

Venturing forth: Nofel Izz

Nofel Izz, an Executive MBA graduate from Cambridge Judge, has started 19 businesses ranging from batteries to fintech, but is now turning his focus on healthcare in a big way. Nofel Izz Nofel Izz, serial entrepreneur and Cambridge Judge Business…

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A female founder’s story

Female founder and entrepreneur Ashwini Anburajan (Cambridge MBA 2009) outlines her journey to startup 22xFund in New York, USA, disrupting and re-inventing the venture capital landscape along the way. "When I started as a female founder of an ad tech…

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Business Weekly: Awards shortlist announced

Some of the most innovative companies in Cambridge have been shortlisted for the Business Weekly Awards. Some companies with Cambridge Judge Business School connections – Healx, KisanHub, LifNanoRx, Repositive, Speechmatics, and Syrona Women – are shortlisted in such categories as…

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Heart-shaped points of light

Hearts Milk Bank, a startup supported by the Cambridge Social Ventures programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, is awarded a 'Points of Light' award by the UK Prime Minister for service to the community. Natalie & Gillian of Hearts Milk…

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Heart-shaped points of light

Master in Management Guide: MSc programmes in entrepreneurship: A path to startup success?

Business schools are not only for consultants or bankers but also for people wanting to launch their own business, writes Seb Murray in Master in Management Guide. This could be a safe environment to test a business idea, according to…

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Forbes: 30 under 30 in Science and Healthcare

Edel Browne, Founder of Free Feet Medical, is on the Forbes “30 under 30 in Science and Healthcare” Europe list. When she was 15 years old Edel invented a medical device to treat gait freezing, which is one of the…

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East Anglia in Business: Why getting your hands dirty is imperative for growth

Professor Stelios Kavadias, Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge, is interviewed in the inaugural issue of East Anglia in Business magazine. He says: “One of the most common mistakes I see businesses make is trying to adopt a…

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The Independent: The startups using tech to tackle homelessness

How technology can help tackle homelessness? Varun Bhanot, an alumnus of Cambridge Judge Business School (PGDE 2014), co-founded the startup Unhoused, where people can buy and donate things like hoodies, socks, coffee or haircuts to homeless people and track where…

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What if a stroke could be diagnosed before a patient’s arrival at hospital?

POCKiT Diagnostics is a startup supported by Santander through Cambridge Judge Business School's Entrepreneurship Centre. The team is developing a device, the Life Test, which swiftly and accurately diagnoses what kind of stroke a patient has suffered, so that effective…

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What if a stroke could be diagnosed before a patient’s arrival at hospital?

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