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MBA alumnus nominated for AMBA Entrepreneur Award

MBA alumnus Joydeep Pal, nominated for Entrepreneur Award by the Association of MBAs.

A huge congratulations to Joydeep Pal, Founder of Foodinjoy and Full-time MBA alumnus for his nomination in the Entrepreneur of the Year category at the Association of MBAs Excellence Awards 2024.

Joydeep said, “I am delighted and humbled to be considered for such recognition. We are taking baby steps towards achieving a positive impact within society in the long term. I am indebted to Alliance Manchester Business School for their guidance and support throughout the MBA course and beyond.

Studying the Full-time MBA not only broadened my horizons, but it also equipped me with all the necessary business skills. The business idea behind Foodinjoy came out of part of my MBA coursework and the applied learning approach gave me the opportunity to work with start-ups giving me first-hand experience in entrepreneurship.”

Joydeep’s company, Foodinjoy are an independent, award winning consumer tech and market research company. They offer a one-stop shop that helps consumers save money on groceries, cook better meals and live more sustainably.

With over 70,000 grocery products, 3,500 recipes and a daily step tracker incorporated within the app it is the perfect place for anyone looking to improve their lifestyle. With an in-house experienced team of researchers and analysts, Foodinjoy presents unique data driven, AI and market research insights in communicate changing shopper demands on different aspects and challenges in the UK food and grocery sector.

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