What's On - Events
Looking for events? Here’s a continually updated list of startup, business and entrepreneurship events being held across Oxfordshire.
As the advice and situation around COVID-19 develops, please check with event organisers (not Enterprising Oxford) for any specific details for events. We will update our events calendar with any information as we find or receive it, but we may not always have 100% updated information for any given event.
If you are looking for guidance, please have a look at the official University of Oxford guidance on the Coronavirus (Covid-19): advice and updates page, which is regularly reviewed and updated.
There are also plenty of great online courses and activities we have collated for anyone interested in entrepreneurship.
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Thrive 2020 is back and bigger than ever! Make your ideas happen, with Brookes Enterprise SupportFind out more »
Discover the best indie stores in Oxford, on our self-guided walking tour!Find out more »
Peer Networks is a national peer-to-peer networking programme for SME leaders that want to grow and develop their organisation.Find out more »
Innovation is the main event of the modern age, the reason we experience both dramatic improvements in our living standards and unsettling changes in our society. Forget short-term symptoms like Donald Trump and Brexit, it is innovation itself that explains them and that will itself shape the 21st century for good and ill. Yet innovation remains a mysterious process, poorly understood by policy makers and businessmen, hard to summon into existence to order, yet inevitable and inexorable when it does happen.Find out more »
Kickstarter co-founder and former CEO, Yancey Strickler will share insights into his journey as an entrepreneur.Find out more »
So you’ve done your market research, developed your new product or service and you’re ready to launch!Find out more »
There's an amazing range of careers open to well-trained researchers, and shifting between and within sectors is a great way of ensuring professional longevity and a whole raft of exciting opportunities. Nessa Carey will share her experiences and insights from working in diverse environments, from big pharma to freelance, and from academia to start-ups, with a healthy dose of public engagement and supporting research councils on the side.Find out more »
Businesses that seek external advice or undertake formal training are more likely to improve their overall performance, and many prefer to take advice from trusted sources when presented with external challenges and opportunities.Find out more »
oin this webinar to find out how storytelling can support and complement your project evaluation, to show the impact of your work.Find out more »
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