She Started in Oxford - Breakfast session with four inspirational speakers
5th December from 7.30 to 8.30am at the University of Oxford Examination Schools
Oxford has always led the way in education, research and innovation. Unsurprisingly, thousands of influential leaders have begun their journey here. The list of famous Oxonians includes 51 Nobel Prize winners, 27 British Prime Ministers and countless CEOs, all of whom have disrupted their field, changing the status quo.
We have asked four successful women who began their journeys in Oxford to share their stories with us over breakfast. Join us for what will surely be an inspirational occasion. Just imagine the conversation over a coffee and croissant!
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This event is run in conjunction with Innovation Forum Conference, a C-level conference gathering top leaders from industry, academia and government and mixing them with early stage ventures investors and researchers. The conference is now in its fourth year and previous editions brought together over 1,300 delegates, stimulated thousands of conversations and catalysed numerous partnerships for the next generation of innovative technology. To find out more about the conference and register visit the website. More details about the breakfast, its venue and registration will follow shortly.
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