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Business Weekly: Cambridge Judge alumna closes in on government contract after $100k Dubai success

Ideabatic, whose founder Kitty Liao is an alumna of the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship (PGDE) programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, won a grant of up to $100,000 from Expo Live in Dubai for its vaccine cooling system. Kitty Liao…

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The Times: Get your finances back on track

The Pariti app, founded by Cambridge Judge alumnus Matthew Ford (PGDE 2014), is featured in the article. The app connects to a user’s bank account, analyses their spending, and helps them set a target for improvement – in order to…

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Startup Valley: Team up with people you trust

Lucas Bornert, founder of the Canard Influencers platform, talks about his venture, how he came up with the idea for it, and what a regular working day looks like. Lucas is an alumnus of the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship programme…

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Business Weekly: Health food startup helps fight UK child hunger

Social enterprise Jake’s Boost co-founded by an alumna of Cambridge Judge Business School is helping to fight UK child hunger with a range of multi-nut and seed butters. Co-founder Ansje Germann is an alumna of the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship…

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edozo moves fast to identify multi-million pound revenue pipelines

edozo CEO Marcus Ginn has some straightforward advice for entrepreneurs: "An entrepreneur is someone who gets things done. So set milestones, put a rocket under yourself and move fast." Speaking from edozo's offices in London's prestigious Kensington, Marcus is in…

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Approaching leadership from within

Lorraine Warne, alumna of the School’s Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship (PGDE), helps people become better business leaders by absorbing – and, especially, retaining – key leadership principles. Cambridge Judge Business School alumna Lorraine Warne (PGDE 2014) knows a thing or…

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Creating a consumer Trybe of millions

Trybe began life as a start-up in the autumn of 2015, when founder and CEO, Daniel Michalczyk, immediately targeted what he describes as 'superquick' growth: "We wanted a company that is addicted to speed and accelerated execution." As a result…

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Construction industry search engine builds revenues across three continents

Building Radar, co-founded by Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship alumnus, has expanded its reach across the globe in only two years. Building Radar is a global search engine aimed at supporting the construction industry in detecting new sites ahead of competitors…

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Cambridge Business Magazine: How to be an ‘intrapreneur’

Dr Chris Coleridge, Senior Faculty in Management Practice at Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre, says that successful entrepreneurs don’t necessarily have to start their own businesses, but could also use their skills to revitalise the companies they work for: “Seeing an…

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Green paper recognition

The UK's industrial strategy paper cites the role of entrepreneurial programmes at Cambridge Judge Business School in contributing to the successful Cambridge Cluster. The UK government's green paper on industrial strategy following Britain's exit from the European Union cites the…

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