Pitch at the Pub – On Tour

28 September @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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Pitch @ the Pub is a fun and engaging way to find out about new and up-and-coming startups, spinouts and social enterprises in Oxford.

The purpose is to raise awareness about local startups/ventures in the local area. Our chosen pitchers will have a few minutes each to talk about their startups, and show the audience what they are working on.

Come prepared to ask questions, and join in with the other attendees and pitchers! book here

Location: We are delighted to be running this event at Business & IP Centre (BIPC), L2, County Library, Westgate, Queen Street, Oxford, OX1 1DJ

If you have a link to Oxford(shire) and are interested in pitching, let us know. . . we run this event regularly so there is always an opportunity to pitch!  Send us an email at eship@admin.ox.ac.uk

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Date:
28 September
Time:
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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