Celebrating our 18th anniversary on 29 June 2016, we were pleased to welcome That's Oxfordshire TV.
Executive Chair Lynn Shepherd mentions the excellent track record Oxford has with innovation. This year, we moved to a bigger venue at the King's Centre in Osney Mead to showcase Oxford's innovative startups and business support.
Incidentally, The King's Centre is where Oxford Instruments set up its first factory and produced the first super conducting magnet that went inside the world's first MRI system. The event displayed Siemens latest MRI system alongside the relatively new Adaptix portable x-ray machine.
The video also speaks with Oxford Digital Media who were on hand to film pitches for budding entrepreneurs. Take a look at the exhibition and hear comments about the Brexit debate that closed the event.
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