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Oxford Entrepreneurial Voices

Welcome to ‘Oxford Entrepreneurial Voices’, an experiment in compiling insights, experience, and wisdom from our global community of alumni, faculty and staff experts, partners, and long-time friends of the School.

At the Entrepreneurship Centre at Oxford Saïd, we connect across a network of strong entrepreneurial thinkers and do-ers.

To have your ideas appear here, please email the Entrepreneurship Centre.

From our network

Brendan Baker on Medium

How to (Possibly) Get a Job in Venture Capital

Brendan Baker, ex-Greylock Capital & Angelist, Oxford Saïd alumnus
What is the Fourth Industrial Revolution?  Nicholas Davis, Head of Society & Innovation at the World Economic Forum, and Oxford Saïd alumnus

Entrepreneurial Lessons from Star Wars Quotes (Srin's own blog)

Srin Madipalli, Oxford Saïd alumnus and founder of Accomable.

How to Embrace the American Transportation Revolution

Joel Usher, Oxford Saïd alumnus and founder of Open Ride

Allen's Blog: Thoughts from a Startup Sherpa

Entrepreneurs, Remember the Deep, Hidden Competitors 

Allen Morgan, MD at IdeaLab and Oxford Saïd alumnus.
Entrepreneurship from an Islamic Perspective (first published in the Journal of Business Ethics from Springer) Ali Aslan Gümüsay, Doctoral Candidate at Saïd Business School

Huffington Post articles by Elizabeth

The Fabulous Power of Fearless Women 

Elizabeth Filippouli, Founder and CEO of Global Thinkers, journalist and Oxford Saïd alumna (Dip. Strategy & Innovation)

The Kicking Assets blog

My top 5 tips for women (or anyone!) in business

Mary McKenna, Tech Entrepreneur and Angel Investor


The Missing Middle: why market-based-efforts to sustain natural landscapes will not scale


Frank Hajek, Executive Director at Nature Services, Peru