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Anglia Ruskin students working with Cambridge entrepreneurs

Anglia Ruskin University students in Cambridge are working with Philip Baddeley of Equity Fingerprint and John Grant of Ninetiles Networks Ltd on research for their dissertations. Philip and John are developing business applications of their hi-tech innovations.

They are assisted by Robert Jones, Programme Leader of Anglia Ruskin’s part-time MBA in Cambridge.

We are collaborating with Geoff Jones whose assistance is invaluable.

Anglia RuskinSee cambridgemba for more news, including the success of Anglia Ruskin’s student team in the Universities Business Challenge semi-final at the Royal Navy Museum in Portsmouth on 29 January 2008.

Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2007 report

The GEM report for 2007 – a fascinating comparison of entrepreneurship in 42 nations.

Business applications of Social Networking

Facebook, LinkedIn, Bebo and YouTube are revolutionising the way people use the internet.

See interesting link at:-

http://cambridgemba.wordpress.com/

Winning team at Cambridge MBA weblog

Lots of pictures at Cambridge MBA Weblog of the Anglia Ruskin winning team at i-10 Innovators, London 2006 and a bio of Robert Jones.


Effective presentations to investors

For all of you Powerpoint fanatics, take a look at Guy Kawasaki’s

10/20/30 rule at:-

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7627959271296834004

This should be a key learning point for all MBA students and graduates!

Robert Jones

Art of the Start

Guy Kawasaki, formerly evangelist for Apple, is Managing Director and Chairman of early-stage venture capital firm Garage Technology Ventures. Guy has some very interesting and entertaining things to say about entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship.

It’s well worth spending 40 minutes watching his video presentation:

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-3755718939216161559


Who am I?

Robert Jones is Programme Leader for the Executive (part-time) MBA at the Ashcroft International Business School of Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge.

My areas of interest in teaching and research are:- SMEs, entrepreneurship and innovation. Some of my students are helping to run this site.