Enterprising people make things happen, whether it’s starting a business or social venture or doing something new in established organisations.
We have been asking some of Cambridge’s most enterprising minds what it takes to turn an idea into a reality. Here’s what we learnt.
“You need the right people around you. People who will push you to reach your full intellectual and emotional potential.“
Dr Gita Khalili Moghaddam, founder and CEO of TumourVue and GlycoVue
“… the resilience to recover from, learn from and grow beyond [failures] is perhaps … just as important as the good judgement (or good luck) to imagine, invent, discover and create something new.”
Bruno Cotta, Executive Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre at the Judge Business School