Entrepreneurship Centre, Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge

Entrepreneurship Centre, Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge

The Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School aims to inspire, enable and research entrepreneurship.

Telephone: +44 (0)1223 339 700
Address: 10 Trumpington Street, Cambridge
Postcode: CB2 1QA
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.jbs.cam.ac.uk/entrepreneurship
Membership type:Cambridge University Department

The Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School aims to inspire, enable and research entrepreneurship. The Centre encompasses the full entrepreneurial journey - starting with the empowerment of aspiring entrepreneurs through to the creation and development of early-stage ventures, all the way to small and medium size enterprise growth.

The Entrepreneurship Centre's mission is to support the University of Cambridge's entrepreneurial talent development and commercialisation of new ideas; enhance the development of management capacity within the Cambridge entrepreneurial ecosystem and beyond; develop and share thought-leadership that establishes the University of Cambridge as a global knowledge locus for entrepreneurship; and provide a critical resource for entrepreneurs, mentors and investors.

Cambridge Judge Launchpad

Cambridge Judge Launchpad

The Launchpad offers two programmes for experienced and early-stage entrepreneurs:
* Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship (one year, part-time)
* Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship (two years, part-time)

CfEL celebrates success during the UK's Enterprise Week

During a week when the UK is promoting the value of enterprise, the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) is celebrating the resounding success of its Enterprise Tuesday programme and helping to inspire people's entrepreneurial ambitions.

18 November 2005Read in full

Enterprisers for ESRC Students

Don't miss out on your opportunity as an Economic and Social Research Council* (ESRC) funded student to attend Enterprisers.

9 November 2005Read in full

CfEL and TiE Networking Event - 24th November

CfEL and TiE UK invite you along to a networking evening on Thursday 24th November, Emmanuel College, Cambridge at 6pm.

9 November 2005Read in full

Enterprise Tuesday 2005/2006

The university's most popular non assessed programme recommences on October 25th 2005.

22 September 2005Read in full

CFEL challenges rest of the world to 'catch up with Cambridge'

'Enterprise culture is a benchmark for other university towns,' claims new research

The University of Cambridge's Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning, based at the Judge Business School, has unveiled new research that shows how hundreds of companies and billions of pounds of revenue have a

21 September 2005Read in full

CfEL celebrates the Cambridge Circle of Entrepreneurship

The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) presents research linking the growth of the Cambridge high technology sector to key entrepreneurs from 1960 - 2004.

5 September 2005Read in full

Budding graduate entrepreneurs descend on Cambridge

Cambridge will play host to the Bill Gates and Alan Sugars of tomorrow in just under two weeks time, as it convenes the country's eighty 'most likely to succeed' student and graduate entrepreneurs following a nationwide hunt by the National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship (NCGE) to find and de

27 July 2005Read in full

CfEL 2000 entrepreneurship prize - sponsored by Novus4

There will be a fantastic opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs to win a great prize at the 2005 Summer School - 11 - 16 July - organised by the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (based at the Judge Institute of Management in Cambridge).

8 June 2005Read in full

CfEL summer school alumnus wins Enterprise Fellowship award

Luke Jefferson, an attendee at the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning's Summer School 2004, has won the region's Enterprise Fellowship Scheme award for the 'Most Enterprising Fellow' with an innovative business plan for FarbenTech, a technique to correct colours for colour-blind computer users.

7 June 2005Read in full

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