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photo of mobile phone showing website www.cycle.land
20
Mar
2018
Oxford graduate Agne Milukaite, CEO and co-founder of Cycle.land believes shared bike mobility will be at least as disruptive as car and ride sharing companies.
Jan-Emmanuel De Neve
19
Mar
2018
Jan-Emmanuel De Neve is an Associate Editor of the World Happiness Report, which this year focuses on migration.
(l-r) Daniel Garcia and Jonathan Haralamabakis, co-founders of www.Pinboard.me
16
Mar
2018
Find out how the Entrepreneurship Centre at Oxford Saïd helped the founder of Pinboard.me set up his business.
Both teams
14
Mar
2018
The challenge provides a unique approach to education and networking for finance students.
Oxford Blues Ice Hockey
14
Mar
2018
The Varsity grudge matches against Cambridge are a unique aspect of Oxford’s student life, and a tradition that began in 1827.
Baroness Shriti Vadera
13
Mar
2018
Baroness Shriti Vadera, talking to Oxford Saïd Associate Dean Kathy Harvey on 8 March 2018, was big on authenticity and confidence in prospective women leaders, though less keen on the concept of ‘leaning in’, believing that organisations also have an obligation to their female employees, and that men could do with ‘leaning out a bit.’
OMPM 2018
12
Mar
2018
The second Oxford Major Programme Management Conference was held on 24 February 2018 at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. Featuring an array of distinguished speakers and a varied agenda, the theme of the conference was: ' Technology and Major Programmes: Mastering scaling’.
Alix Zwane
09
Mar
2018
Alix Zwane, CEO of the Global Innovation Fund, spoke at a Distinguished Speaker Seminar to discuss how alleviating poverty and reducing fragility requires a pro-development, market-based approach.
Claire Davenport, Celia Francis and Ariane Gorin
26
Feb
2018
In the second event of the Inspiring Women talent development series, Associate Dean Kathy Harvey invited Claire Davenport, Celia Francis and Ariane Gorin to share stories and learnings from their own career journeys and give students the advice they wished they'd received along the way.
Munich centre
26
Feb
2018
What makes an MBA choose this fast growing city over traditional destinations such as London, New York or San Francisco, and how does it compare to the dreaming spires of Oxford?

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