Announcing the latest investments to be added to the Oxford Seed Fund’s growing portfolio of high growth ventures: Circadian and Sanctum Technologies.
Launched in July 2016 by Oxford MBA Matthew de la Hey and his co-founder Alex Hanson-Smith, inploi is the professional network disrupting blue-collar employment.
Lawrence Tomlinson appointed as Entrepreneurship Ambassador with the Entrepreneurship Centre at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
We are delighted to announce that Lawrence Tomlinson, LNT Group Chairman and serial entrepreneur will join our Network of Experts Programme as an Entrepreneurship Ambassador.
We're proud to support the launch of the Seedrs crowdfunding campaign for Cycle.land, a peer-to-peer bike sharing company whose founder Agne Milukaite and her team are alumni of our popular Venture Idea Exploration Workshop (VIEW) programme.
The Seed Fund team at Saïd Business School, Oxford is pleased to announce two new investments made in August 2016. The team has chosen to invest in BioMe Oxford and in UPROSA. Both companies have at least one Oxford University alum on their founding teams, and each has secured an investment of £25k to enable them to develop their business.
A roundtable discussion compared the differences in the entrepreneurial landscape in the US and the UK, focusing on access to finance and human capital, the competitive environment, and suggesting ways in which universities can continue to foster the right environment to support entrepreneurship.
The Seed Fund Team at Saïd Business School has chosen to invest in GO1, an e-learning management system for businesses, governments and universities.
The Seed Fund team at Saïd Business School, Oxford is delighted to announce its second investment for 2015. The team has chosen to invest in Car Quids, an online platform that connects private car owners with advertisers, enabling brands to advertise on personal vehicles across the country.
Oxford Saïd Seed Fund adds Moodoo to its investment portfolio for 2015