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SME Growth Challenge - make your management fit for growth

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Cambridge Judge Business School’s Entrepreneurship Centre is looking for 10-16 ambitious, talented and committed management teams to take up our SME Growth Challenge in September 2016!

It’s an innovative training programme which aims to enhance the performance and competitiveness of high potential small to medium enterprises (SMEs) in the East of England. A series of six bi-monthly workshops over 12 months provide access to the latest management thinking, facilitate the sharing of insights about commonly experienced challenges and explore a range of possible solutions. These are augmented by regular company visits by a member of our faculty.

The programme is designed to help companies in a range of ways from developing and implementing a growth plan for their business; defining and articulating the business value proposition, to designing a sustainable business model. It is aimed at leaders of SMEs with annual sales of between £1m and £50m and demonstrable track record of high growth and sustainable underlying profitability. Companies which have already participated include Eagle Genomics Ltd, Cambscuisine, Anglia Farmers Ltd and Munro Building Services Ltd.

How to apply: Applications are now open for the programme starting in September 2016. If you’re interested in participating and would like to find out more, please visit our website or email Sayara Thompson, Programme Manager. Please note that applications are due to close on Friday 1st July.

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