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18 May, 2020 - 13:29 By Tony Quested

Cambridge Judge MBA students offer free help to companies

Students on the Cambridge MBA programme at Cambridge Judge Business School are offering free consulting services to British companies to help them deal better with the coronavirus crisis.

The ‘Cambridge Judge Against Covid-19’ consulting project is a student-led initiative and not part of the formal MBA qualification.

The Cambridge MBA students are offering advice on crisis management as well as longer-term strategic decisions in dealing with the pandemic. Their broad-based consultancy offering includes:-

  • Crisis communications
  • Researching new opportunities
  • Analysis of key decisions

Small teams of three or four students are offering to work 20-30 hours a week for up to three weeks at no cost to the business.

The students have a wide range of backgrounds that will prove highly useful to businesses: these include accounting, finance, engineering, sciences and the arts. The passion behind the project is expressed by the co-founders.

“We feel the plight of businesses and are keen to contribute using the skills and experience we have,” says Srishti Warman (MBA 2019), student project co-lead.

Matthew Lisonbee (MBA 2019), student project co-lead added: “We’re ready to work with you to shape your needs – let’s fight together.”

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