The FAB Accelerator is Oxford's new programme for entrepreneurs and startups.
The programme involves 12 weekly sessions that will get new businesses launch-ready and finishes with a pitch session.
FAB begins on 19 September 2016.
They are offering a chance to win a free place for up to 3 co-founders, worth £1000.
The deadline is 9 September 2016.
Download the flyer for more details.
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