An Oxford Mail article published on 14th April 2016 highlighted a fantastic session lined up for the Venturefest Oxford Annual event due to take place at the King's Centre is Osney Mead, Oxford on 29th June.
Bianca Miller, an entrepreneur will give us a unique, inside view to her personal rise to stardom as we journey with her through her new business start-up, her debut on the BBC TV The Apprentice 2014, and other achievements.
Don't miss this unique opportunity to meet an amazing entrepreneur - register now! For as our Executive Chair, Lynn Shepherd said:
This year's programme is set to be the best ever, with a great line-up of dynamic speakers and a range of sessions designed to stimulate innovation, support entrepreneurship and broker investment
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