13 March 17:00-19:00
Brookes Entrepreneurs and Oxford Brookes Business Society present: Female Founders 2019 Female Founders is an event for student entrepreneurs to gather, network, and hear renowned female entrepreneurs and leading industry experts discuss personal failure, innovation, struggle, and success. Learn about the impact women have in business and how they continue to push business forward. Optional networking will take place after the speaking event, this will include free merch, snacks, and opportunities to talk to your favourite speaker!
Panel (more to be announced, stay tuned!)-
Vivien Wong, Co-Founder or Little Moons Vivien is co-founder of Little Moons, aka ‘The Mochi Makers’. She left a job in the City to set up the Japanese dessert company with her brother Howard in 2010. It has grown tenfold in the last three years, now making more than ten million mochi each year for restaurants and shops across Europe and the Middle East.
Stephanie Capuano, Founder of 31st State Looking to find a solution for skin and haircare for her teen boys, Stephanie founded 31st State to to create clean, high quality, and effective skin and haircare to help teenage boys. 31st State’s ethos is to deliver products full of natural ingredients that work for teenage guys skin and are free from ingredients that cause skin sensitivity. As well as creating a range of hair, skin and body care products that are actually effective, we ensure everything is fully vegan and cruelty free too.
Paul Hanrahan, Talent Acquisition Manager at Enterprise Paul's job is to find talent for Enterprise, and in that job Paul actively practices inclusivity and helps both women and men succeed in working for Enterprise. Learn from Paul how to make the best of interviews and overcome rejection when starting to enter the world of business.
Oxford Brookes University – Chakrabarti Room Accessibility: This event is open for Oxford Brookes and Oxford University Students Tickets: Free (space is limited so secure your spot!)