Building the IDEA Community

11th May 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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Join us on 11th May for an evening of collaborative discussion as we continue to build the IDEA community. 7-8pm (call will stay open until 8:30pm)

IDEA is a new initiative from the University of Oxford, designed to tackle the key challenges and inequalities faced by groups currently underrepresented in enterprise and industry across the world. This first set of IDEA initiatives aims to Empower, Inspire, Connect and Upskill more female leaders, business founders and pioneers.

The theme for this event is ‘support’ and we would encourage everyone to ‘ask that question you’ve always wanted to ask’ in a nurturing environment.

The event will officially end by 8pm, but the call will stay open until 8:30pm if you want to stay and chat with others.

We welcome her, him, them, EVERYONE to attend this event and to join the IDEA community:

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11th May 2021
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7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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