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Entrepreneurship stories

From the initial inspiration to raising finance, launching a business and then scaling and sustaining it, entrepreneurship is a rollercoaster ride. Read about how some of our alumni got started  – and what's keeping them going. 
Adam McIsaac enrolled at Saïd Business School in 2011 with the ambition of moving from the traditional entertainment industry to the technology space.
Oliver Cabell, founded by MBA alumnus Scott Gabrielson, is an ethical, online-only fashion brand that creates beautiful luxury goods in Italy with the lowest possible markup.
Having started life as an entrepreneurship project at Oxford Saïd, Seedrs is now helping a range of investors and entrepreneurs get access to the capital markets.
Fairfull samosa
Fairfull makes and sells natural and healthy snacks that originate from different cultures around the world. A large proportion of the profits go to support communities in the regions that the food comes from.
StreetDrone ONE is an autonomous vehicle (AV) platform designed to open up self-driving technology to educational institutions, as well as programmers and developers outside the traditional car industry
Founder, CEO and Oxford Executive MBA alumnus Christopher Boyac has built MyPanier on four founding principles: fairness, transparency, authenticity and community.
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.
Established in 2008 by MBA alum and Skoll Scholar Chris Raine, Hello Sunday Morning is the world’s largest online movement for helping people manage their relationship with alcohol.
Gyana uses a sophisticated algorithm to combine big data and complex data analytics, and presents them in an interactive format.
UOWN works by allowing individuals to invest in property by purchasing or trading individual shares, and the platform currently allows investments from as little as twenty pounds.
The company was conceived and launched by Oxford MBA alumnus, Srin Madipalli and co-founder Martyn Sibley.
TGL Teas is a start-up created by two Indian entrepreneurs, Bhuman Dani and Oxford MBA alumnus Shariq Ashraf. It sources the highest quality teas from across the world, and supplies them to rapidly growing premium markets in India and the Middle East