Oxford Seed Fund: Advice for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

31st January 2020 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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A chance to hear from a successful Oxford entrepreneur and meet the Seed Fund team prior to the 2020 funding application deadline (21st Feb)

About this Event

Did you know £50,000 is up for grabs for start-ups from Oxford University?!

The Oxford Seed Fund is a student-led Venture Capital Fund based at the Saïd Business School looking to invest in early-stage businesses started by Oxford students, alumni, and/or Staff.

If you are working on a business or just interested in start-ups / being an entrepreneur, please join the Oxford Seed Fund at the Foundry for our annual application launch event on Friday, 31st January at 5:30pm.

You’ll hear from Mihkel Jäätma, an Oxford alumni and the CEO of Realeyes, an emotion artificial intelligence start-up. Mihkel will be taking us through his journey from student to founder and will also share his insights on the future of AI.

Q+A and informal networking to follow. Members of the Oxford Seed Fund will be on hand to answer any questions you have about the funding application process. Drinks and light nibbles will be provided.

Ready to apply for funding? Visit http://www.oxfordseedfund.com for more information and the application form.


31st January 2020
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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Oxford Entrepreneurship Centre
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