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Cutting-edge expert commentary, analysis and business insights on the entrepreneurial issues of the day from Cambridge Judge Business School's global faculty, associates and guest speakers.

Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Entrepreneurship Cambridge University

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Cutting-edge expert commentary, analysis and business insights on the entrepreneurial issues of the day from Cambridge Judge Business School's global faculty, associates and guest speakers.

    Entrepreneurship is crafted

    Entrepreneurship is crafted

    Chandran Sankaran, Founder and CEO of Zyme Solutions, told MBA students that entrepreneurship is about creating self-sustaining businesses and entities. It's about changing the status quo. In his lecture he asked if the core skills underpinning entrepreneurship were learnable and if risk-taking is a birth gift or can it be cultivated.

    • 8 min
    Entrepreneurs must accept rejection but keep going

    Entrepreneurs must accept rejection but keep going

    Rejection has to be accepted by entrepreneurs and although it is hard to handle, keep going. That's the advice from Dr Lisa Drakeman, whose high-flying bio-tech career led to four new treatments for unmet medical needs.

    • 31 sec
    Setting up your own business is a decision about a way of life

    Setting up your own business is a decision about a way of life

    Launching a new series of Cambridge Leadership Seminars, Lord Stevenson of Coddenham, CEO in Residence at Cambridge Judge Business School, said he feels there are a number of issues around entrepreneurship that are incorrectly talked and thought about.

    • 9 min
    Adding value

    Adding value

    Keep your eyes and ears open, says Dinesh Dhamija, former Chairman and CEO of Ebookers.com. Nothing is too small to look at. If you can add value to a customer you have got a business. But, he warns, don’t think of every angle in a business before you launch. Launch it so that you have the first mover advantage.

    • 8 min
    Government support for cluster development important

    Government support for cluster development important

    Supply-side and industrial policies being employed by government, if combined with related policies, could strengthen both clusters and the eco-system and bring advantage to the whole economic zone. Dr Pitelis points to the British government's intervention taken to support the Tech City cluster as a positive example of success.

    • 10 min
    A non-traditional view of entrepreneurship

    A non-traditional view of entrepreneurship

    Workforce empowerment and a global outlook, the Tata way. Paul Mills, Head of Organisation Performance, Human Resources, Jaguar Land Rover explains.

    • 8 min

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