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Previous EO Newsletters
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University Entrepreneurial Successes
Some great case studies of how research has combined with entrepreneurship to create successes.
Find the answers to some very common questions about startups and entrepreneurship
Key Characteristics of an Entrepreneur
The word “entrepreneur” is often used in conjunction with startups and fast moving technology. But it doesn’t have to.
10 Ways Entrepreneurs Think Differently
Is entrepreneurship just a mindset? If you do any of these things, you might just be an entrepreneur. . .
What's the Difference Between Entrepreneurs & Small Businesses?
Are you an entrepreneur or a small business owner? Here's how to tell the difference.
Why entrepreneurship at university could be a good thing
I Have a Great Idea. . . Now What?
You finally found a great idea for a new business. . . but what are the next steps?
I Have an Idea Related to Research… Now What?
What do you do if your research creates an opportunity to develop a business? What routes can you take to commercialise your research?
Social Entrepreneurship is . . .
If you think social entrepreneurship means charity or volunteering, take a look at this.
The Many Faces of Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship comes in many forms. It's not just about starting your own business.
How Entrepreneurs and Academics Are the Same
Academics and entrepreneurs are not as different as many people think. . .
Keep the Cash Flow Flowing
Ways to keep the money coming once you've become a startup star.
What does it mean to be Entrepreneurial?
Being entrepreneurial is all about thinking innovatively and acting on that innovation.
Entrepreneurship, Bicycles & Fear of Failure
If you fall when riding a bicycle, you must always get back on. . .
Why You (As a Student) Need to Learn Entrepreneurial Skills
Think entrepreneurship is for others? Here's why you need it.
How Can I Find a Good Startup Idea?
The way to get startup ideas is not to try to think of startup ideas. It's to look for problems, preferably problems you have yourself.
How Do I Know if My Idea is Good?
Dave Fletcher, from White October, talks about idea validation, from the 2014 Building a Business series
How is Entrepreneurship Relevant to my Research?
Don't think that entrepreneurship can be used within an academic career? Think again.
What Does it Mean to Be Enterprising?
Being enterprising is not only a big part of being an entrepreneur, but also a student, a researcher or an employee.
Entrepreneurs and Startups from the Medical Sciences in Oxford
All these startups and entrepreneurs have a link to University of Oxford's Medical Science division
Entrepreneurs and Startups from the Social Sciences in Oxford
All these startups and entrepreneurs have a link to University of Oxford's Social Sciences division
A-Z of Business Jargon to Stop Using
Don’t know your entrepreneurship from your elbow? Have no fear – we’re here to help the alcluistic!
There's No "I" in Startup
A successful startup needs much more than the person who came up with the idea. . .
Oxfordshire Startup Ecosystem
Get on the map! Pinpointing where it all happens in Oxfordshire. . .
Hacking is Not Just for Computer Geeks
Don't know what a hackathon is? Read on to find out and get involved. . .
Intellectual Property (IP) Guide for Students
A students' guide to IP and where to find information and support
Register now for Building A Business 2016
Building a Business is a six-week lecture series designed to teach the fundamentals of developing a business.
Startup Tips for Student Entrepreneurs
Have a business idea? Check out these startup tips before you, well, startup!
The Startup Newsletters I Actually (Mostly) Read
Inundated by email newsletters? Here's the ones I find the most useful
The Entrepreneur's Journey: Oxford Beginner
Here's where to go in Oxford, now and later, to explore entrepreneurship
Want to know more about entrepreneurship, but don't know where to start? Check out our handy Q&A
Are You Ready to Start a Business?
A quick checklist of signs which may indicate you should get going. . .
Top Tips for Digital Health Startups
Starting a startup is no mean feat, and a digital health venture is no exception. Here's a few tips to help you along the way
Entrepreneurs and Startups from the Sciences in Oxford
All these startups and entrepreneurs have a link to University of Oxford's Science division
10 Rules for a Great Start Up Idea
Follow these rules to ensure your idea is sound (infographic)
The Oxford Social Entrepreneur's Journey
Here's where to go in Oxford, now and later, to explore social entrepreneurship
Top Entrepreneurship and Social Enterprise Newsletters
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Hack@Brookes is a 24 hour hackathon where problem solving is the name of the game.
Technology Transfer: Theory to Practice
This course is designed for those looking to understand and engage with the Knowledge Exchange and Commercialisation process
CEO Breakfast: Developing a High Performance Sales Organisation
The aim of this event is to look at the sales strategy of high performing organisations
Meet the CEO
Come join this exciting session to meet three Oxford alumni and early career researchers who turned their brilliant concepts into reality.
Emerge Conference 2016
The big ideas, the key players and trends within the rapidly evolving movement of social impact.
Building a business for Humanities and Social Sciences researchers
Startup Weekend Oxford
Startup Weekends are 54-hour events designed to provide superior experiential education for technical and non-technical entrepreneurs.
Health and Life-Sciences Entrepreneurship 2016 Lecture 4
A course of free workshops for scientists, clinicians and other NHS workers delivered by expert speakers
Google App Engine
Google App Engine is a powerful platform for building scalable web applications and mobile backends.
Oxford Business Book Club June 2017
Stephen Gribben, author of Key Coaching Models, is joining us to discuss his book