Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Entrepreneurship

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Created: 2010-06-08 17:20
Institution: Judge Business School
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Description: 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.
 

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A foot in the door


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The purpose of a business pitch is to get that second meeting says Allen Morgan of the Mayfield Fund.

Collection: Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Entrepreneurship

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Fri 11 Jun 2010


A non-traditional view of entrepreneurship


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

Collection: Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Entrepreneurship

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Created: Tue 29 Nov 2011


Adding value


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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...

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Created: Thu 15 Mar 2012


Better, faster, cheaper - entrepreneurship and early stage investors


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Cambridge Angels Jack Lang and Dr Andy Richards, along with venture capitalist Laurence Garrett, talk about why the current economic gloom is in fact a great opportunity for...

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Created: Tue 15 Jun 2010


Change the world


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Follow your passion and you will achieve your goals says Spice Magic founder and CEO Pinky Lilani.

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Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Fri 11 Jun 2010


Defining public entrepreneurship


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The private and public sectors do share common interests and entrepreneurs can work in both sectors.

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Created: Tue 14 Jun 2011


Dream a big dream


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Stephen Schwarzman, Chairman and CEO of The Blackstone Group, considers global liquidity levels and sees signs of renewal. He also offers lessons he's learned during his career,...

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Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Fri 11 Jun 2010


Entrepreneurs - born or made? Can risky decision-making, essential to the entrepreneurial process, be taught?


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New research shows that entrepreneurs are highly-adapted risk-takers, and that this functional impulsivity is key to their success. It can also be taught; Dr Vyakarnam explains...

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Created: Wed 16 Jun 2010


Entrepreneurs must accept rejection but keep going


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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...

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Created: Tue 18 Jun 2013


Entrepreneurship for all


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One of the authors of the recent "Educating the Next Wave of Entrepreneurs" report by the World Economic Forum, Dr Shai Vyakarnam, explains why entrepreneurship is in fact a...

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Created: Tue 15 Jun 2010


Entrepreneurship is crafted


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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...

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Created: Thu 28 Nov 2013


Fast failure


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Reid Hoffman of LinkedIn says fast failure is the way to success.

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Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Fri 11 Jun 2010


Follow your passion


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Micro-lending to the poor has made Premal Shah of Kiva a global name and he's passionate about it.

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Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Fri 11 Jun 2010


Gender ethnicity and entrepreneurship


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Why are the majority of entrepreneurs white males, what are the underlying mechanisms, just how important is legislation in tackling discrimination and what will be the impact of...

Collection: Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Entrepreneurship

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Wed 16 Jun 2010


Government support for cluster development important


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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...

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Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Thu 19 Jan 2012


Lifestyle or global business? A major decision faced in any entrepreneurial career


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Following his Enterprise Tuesday seminar on 4 November 2008, Lord Karan Bilimoria talks about the implications of going global with an idea.

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Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Wed 16 Jun 2010


Merit will prevail


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Follow your passion in business says Vittorio Colao, Group CEO of Vodafone.

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Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Fri 11 Jun 2010


Partners in success!


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Dr Denis Coleman, Founder of Symantec Corporation, the fourth largest software company in the world, gives us lessons from his 14 Silicon Valley start-ups.

Collection: Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Entrepreneurship

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Tue 24 May 2011


Please mind the gap


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The sin of a start-up, says Peter Hiscocks, Fellow in Entrepreneurship, is to be "under-capitalised"; but, he explains, there is a real gap between seed funding and larger venture...

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Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Fri 18 Jun 2010


Recognising opportunities: when is an idea a business opportunity?


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Dr Hauser discusses the secrets of taking an idea and turning it into an enterprise following his Enterprise Tuesday seminar on 11 November 2008.

Collection: Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Entrepreneurship

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Created: Wed 16 Jun 2010


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