Nov 24 2017 18:00

This seminar is a special one, covering alumni who are now founders of blockchain startups. Each founder will spend 20 minutes talking about their startup, followed by a Q&A panel, then networking drinks.

Mo Tayeb, Executive MBA ’12, Cofounder of Medicalchain Medicalchain uses blockchain technology to securely store patient health records in a single distributed ledger for use by doctors, hospitals, laboratories, pharmacists and health insurers. Mo has previously led development for a personal insurer, founded a boutique development consultancy, and is a Partner in Hearn Capital. Phil Barry, MBA ‘14, Cofounder of Blokur Blokur is a blockchain-based platform for creative rights, working with owners of creative IP and their customers to solve fundamental problems in rights attribution and licensing. Phil spent a decade on the creative side of the music business as a recording artist and record label founder, before switching gears to focus on technology-driven solutions to the challenges faced by creators in the digital world. He led Ujo, the first blockchain music platform, before founding Blokur in 2016. Matthew Wilson, MSc Physics ‘16, Cofounder of Veratrak Veratrak is using blockchain technology to improve visibility and security across the pharmaceutical supply chain. They are currently enrolled in the Oxford Foundry and shortlisted for The Tab's Founders 30. If they are voted into the top 10 they will pitch their startup to EY and be in with a shot of winning a cash prize and mentorship. Show some Oxford love by voting for them here:

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