22nd February 2017  18:00

No matter how great your business idea is, it won’t sell itself. Crafting a great pitch before meeting investors could be the difference between success and failure. But how do you actually prepare and what are the ingredients for a knockout pitch? Join Innovation Forum Oxford to learn from Tom Hulme, a world-class speaker with extensive experience on both sides of the pitching process, currently working as a General Partner at the Venture Capital firm GV, part of the Google family.

Tom is a serial entrepreneur/designer with extensive experience in business and investment. He has founded two successful companies – Magnom Corporation and OpenIdeo, raising millions of dollars in capital. He has also worked as a managing director of Marcos Sportscars, diversifying the company and negotiating its sale to a private group. He has personally invested in 21 companies as an angel investor. Tom holds an MBA from the University of Harvard and a 1st class honours degree from the University of Bristol. He was named as Wired Magazine Top 100 Powerbroker in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and listed as one of London's Most Influential 1000 people by the Evening Standard in 2012. He was also named as a Young Global Leader at the World Economic Forum, and is an advisor to London’s Tech City, a government initiative to promote East London as a technology Hub.

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