I have always admired the previous MBA cohorts for their ability to host remarkable events and connect with inspiring individuals, and now I am thrilled to be part of this tradition.

The annual CUTEC Conference featured outstanding speakers and dynamic pitch competitors, underscoring the importance of maintaining our University-wide and sector networks, even after leaving the Cambridge ecosystem. In today’s rapidly evolving landscape, it is crucial to discuss the opportunities and threats posed by AI, as well as the common pitfalls that start-ups should avoid. By attending this conference, participants can learn invaluable lessons from the experiences of others and navigate their own entrepreneurial journeys more effectively. 

I am grateful and delighted to have hosted this event alongside my fellow CUTEC/Cambridge MBA  students Romit Kapoor, Eli Auerbach, Srishti Bhandari, Undralbat (Ogi) Enkhbayar, Tori Tan and Ahmed Khan. Despite our heavy schedules and some of the challenges of securing the location and also funding, we were able to bring this annual conference event to life.

This experience has been incredibly rewarding, and I hope the next cohort will continue this tradition, as they have done in previous years.

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