Respected and renowned entrepreneurs deliver globally focused, thought-provoking masterclasses and workshops on how to start and scale a business, including specific themes such as entrepreneurial finance, scaling up, and building networks and relationships.
09:00 to 18:00, 3 Mar 2018 Location: Said Business School
Stories engage people on an emotional level, and create a neural connection between the storyteller and the audience. If you tell a good story you can win peoples' minds and their hearts. Learn more in this workshop, led by Charlie Curtis from our Network of Experts.
All Oxford University students are invited to attend a half-day Seed Investment workshop led by one of the Entrepreneurship Centre's experts, Lucius Cary. Working on a real life case study, you will have to take all the decisions with which the investors and founders were faced.
Lonnie Johnson is president and founder of Johnson Research and Development Inc. His most famous invention, the Super Soaker® water gun generated over $200 million in retail sales in the two years after it launched, becoming the number one selling toy in America.
Privacy, antitrust, accountability, open data and the role of government to create markets are essential public and private sector interests. What recourse should individuals and companies have in the face of adverse decisions?
Our next Skills Workshop, run by Alessandro Rinaldi will look at how different types of investor evaluate early stage start-ups for their investments, from incubators to early stage VC's. Alessandro will go on to advise how to choose the best option for you and your start-up!
Experienced corporate lawyer Katherine Murray, will be giving a talk on entrepreneurship, VC funding and some tips on navigating through legal processes.