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Cambridge Independent: Better Origin’s new protein source could really fly

A feature about Better Origin startup (formerly known as Entomics) that is using technology to convert food waste to grow insects for fish food. The startup was previously on the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by the Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre.…

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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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Cambridge Independent: New mental health charity to ask the question: You Okay, Doc?

A surgical trainee in cardiothoracics at the Royal Papworth Hospital Daniel Gearon (MSt in Entrepreneurship 2019) founded the charity You Okay, Doc? hoping to support the mental health and wellbeing of doctors and healthcare workers. “Hospitals have wellbeing services for…

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Cambridge Independent: Cancer survivor sets up a startup and offers free course in response to COVID-19 crisis

Sheila Kissane-Marshall has established Boutros Bear rehabilitation company that now offers a free 12-week exercise and mindfulness programme helping to cope with coronavirus. Sheila, who is also a startup coach at Accelerate Cambridge programme, says a combination of exercise, mindfulness…

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Cambridge 105 Radio: Cambridge Breakfast

Nicola Filzmoser and Cornelius Palm, currently studying MSt in Entrepreneurship at Cambridge Judge Business School, talk about migraines and their startup Happyr Health. They are developing an app aiming to help children suffering from migraine. The startup is supported by…

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Seven cashflow strategies

Practical ideas for businesses to remain resilient in the challenging COVID-19 economic environment from Max Montgomery (MBA 2019). The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has forced governments around the world to implement extreme lockdown policies. Although this has helped contain the virus,…

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MSt in Entrepreneurship

Cambridge Judge student ventures pivot through the coronavirus crisis. Many startup firms, like many large companies, have adjusted their operations in response to the lockdowns and other measures related to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. We caught up with some current…

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Cambridge Social Ventures and COVID-19

Social ventures adapting to issues posed by the coronavirus pandemic. The goal of the Cambridge Social Ventures programme, part of the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation, is to support a range of businesses that have positive social and environmental impacts.…

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Virtual residential week

A blog from the Masters in Entrepreneurship on the impact of COVID-19 on University educational programmes. The Master of Studies (MSt) in Entrepreneurship at Cambridge Judge Business School adjusted its "residential" week to online delivery due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus)…

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The Times: Entrepreneur gives scrapped plants a new life

Miranda Essex, who studied MSt in Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School, has launched a startup aiming to prevent plant waste during coronavirus pandemic. Plant Pack venture is buying plant stock from struggling wholesalers and sells it to housebound…

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