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The digital divide of Latin America

A blog on connectivity in Latin America by José F. Otero, a student on the MSt in Social Innovation programme. Written by José F. Otero, VP Latin America & Caribbean at 5G Americas and student of the MSt in Social…

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Photo of the favelas in Rio de Janeiro.

Venturing forth: mine&make

Automotive engineer Gauthier Boisdequin turned to entrepreneurship after studying for his Executive MBA at Cambridge Judge: mine&make seeks new applications and new technologies for everyday mechanical products through cutting-edge data analytics. J. Wizemann is a German company that makes a…

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Industrial blueprint.

Helping women harness their potential as leaders in times of crisis

Recent research published by UN Women and the World Bank has highlighted how women represent 70 per cent of the global health workforce, but make up just 25 per cent of global health leadership. This was confirmed during the global…

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EnterpriseWOMEN attendees.

Startup innovation boost

£100,000-plus Innovate UK boost for two cutting-edge startups. The UK government recently announced that 800 innovative businesses and startups are set to benefit from Innovate UK funding. Two startups currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by the Entrepreneurship Centre…

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NASA, SpaceX and Boeing – how nearly a decade of rocket design has led one student to business school

With the launch of SpaceX Dragon capsule in June and the planned launch of NASA's Mars Rover in July, space exploration has never been more topical. As the world is slowly coming out of pandemic restrictions, could space be the…

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NASA screen set up June 2020.

Raising red flags

Government grant for cybersecurity startup ThinkCyber. The ThinkCyber startup co-founded by Cambridge Judge Business School alumnus Tim Ward (PGDE 2016) was awarded a Fast Start UK business disruption grant to further develop its security awareness software Redflags. The project will…

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Red flags on a shoreline.

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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Golden stars.

Accelerating through crisis

How are Accelerate Cambridge startups adjusting in the current climate? Entrepreneurs supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at the Cambridge Judge Business School Entrepreneurship Centre are adjusting their activities in response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. We spoke to some of them to find out how are they adapting in the current…

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Digital disruption, robotics and smart infrastructure: an entrepreneurial journey

At a time of global pandemic, developing smart infrastructure and efficiently managing our international supply chains has never been more vital. Cambridge MBA alumnus, Forbes 30 under 30 and MBA scholarship recipient Slaven Stekovic (MBA 2018) puts a career in…

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Side by side tunnels with empty roads.

Leadership lessons

Universities will propel the country forward after the pandemic, says Lord Karan Bilimoria. The innovation and creativity of the United Kingdom as reflected in its universities will propel the country forward despite the current coronavirus pandemic, says Lord Karan Bilimoria, the…

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