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Peter Hiscocks

Management Today: Funding growth

Small and medium sized businesses in the UK need new forms of investment in order to scale up. A report co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School addresses the critical need to break down barriers to small business scaling-up and develop…

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Cambridge Business Magazine: Fighting the ‘scale-up’ problem for British entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs in Britain need to develop effective management systems, establish partnerships and leverage their competitive strengths in order to scale up effectively, according to research from Cambridge Judge Business School contained in a new report launched by Barclays. The report…

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The Guardian: Never mind start-ups, it’s scale-ups that urgently need funding

Lucy Douglas writes about small businesses in the UK that could “generate 238,000 new jobs in a handful of years and an extra £38bn for the economy if boosted by just one per cent.” But these businesses need support in…

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The Huffington Post: How to ensure UK start-ups get the finance to scale

Entrepreneurs in Britain need to develop effective management systems, establish partnerships and leverage their competitive strengths in order to scale up effectively, according to research co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School and Oxford Saïd Business School. The report entitled “Scale-up…

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Forbes: Twelve ways to turn great British start-ups into fast-growing scale-ups

Entrepreneurs in Britain need to develop effective management systems, establish partnerships and leverage their competitive strengths in order to scale up effectively, according to a report from Cambridge Judge Business School and Oxford Said, convened by Barclays. The report issues…

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Financial Times: Start-ups struggle to nurture rapid growth, report warns

Entrepreneurs in Britain need to develop effective management systems, establish partnerships and leverage their competitive strengths in order to scale up effectively, according to a report from Cambridge Judge Business School and Oxford Said, convened by Barclays. The Cambridge Judge…

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The Telegraph: We need to help more UK start-ups become scale-ups

Sherry Coutu, serial entrepreneur and Angel investor, discusses why it’s important to support start-ups in the UK and refers to the latest report on scaling-up for SMEs co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. “It is in all our interests that…

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Managing Partner: Law firms are wasting resources on dead-end innovation

Law firms should focus more on innovation and build resources around it, said Peter Hiscocks, Senior Faculty in Management Practice at Cambridge Judge Business School, at the event for law professionals in London last week. "Innovation is out of control…

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The Daily Telegraph: How powerful connections can charge a business

Erik Fairbairn, a graduate of Cambridge Judge Business School’s Ignite programme and co-founder of POD Point, says connections are vital when starting a new business: “When you think about going from a single-person business to a larger company, you just…

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Trust in banking

Restoring trust in banking requires a cultural commitment reflected throughout the organisation, delegates told at Trust in Banking conference organised by Cambridge Judge Executive Education. Restoring public trust in banking requires a cultural commitment that extends to every level of…

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Trust in Banking conference

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