All-Innovate workshop: Total Addressable Markets (TAM) and Financial Modelling for Start Ups

8 November @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
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Learn how to assess how big the market you want to enter is and how to model its financial suitability for your Start Ups, this is led by with Edward Keelan

The workshops are designed to give applicants exclusive access to curated content in order to help turn ideas into reality. These workshops are being run as part of the All-Innovate scheme, open to all University of Oxford Students. Even if you have not applied for the scheme, you can still come to the training, and consider entering the next academic year.

There are limited spots available for University of Oxford students, sign up now to secure your space!

Exact locations will be shared with you once you sign up for the relevant workshops.

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