Cambridge MBA student on winning team for first-ever KPMG ‘Future of Work’ hackathon

17 August 2022

By Tyler Shores


Congratulations to Cambridge MBA student Irufan Ahmed for his work on job-placement platform ‘The Good Job Tool’, developed alongside KPMG consultants, which was named winner of the ‘Digital Future of Work’ hackathon at KPMG’s Ignition Centre in London.

ThinkLab Manager Tyler Shores said, “The future of work hackathon was a wonderfully unique collaboration opportunity that showed how much innovative thinking and creativity can come from researchers, industry leaders and professionals coming together to work on shared big picture challenges. The ideas that came from this event have the potential to create a lot of meaningful change in the near future and we can’t wait to see what comes next.”

For more information on the KPMG Future of Work hackathon, see the University of Cambridge news article below:…

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