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The Oxford Trust is pleased to announce that the application process is now open for its prestigious Enterprise Awards 2019. The Oxford Trust Enterprise Award 2019 ceremony will follow on from Venturefest Oxford on the evening of Wednesday 11th September at Oxford Brookes University.
We are delighted to announce that Createc has been named as a winner of the Queens Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category. The awards, announced on the 23rd April, recognise outstanding achievement by UK businesses across four categories: Innovation, international trade, sustainable development and promoting opportunity through social mobility.
Every day there are hundreds, if not thousands, of articles, discussion groups, blogs and tweets about what businesses and their leaders need to focus on now. There are almost as many new and diverse viewpoints, buzzwords, priorities, job titles, ground breaking initiatives, self help forums for CEO’s, novel management structures etc. as there are businesses
Antibiotics have, for decades, been “wonder drugs” that have saved countless lives. However, as has been much reported in the news, the currently used antibiotics are becoming increasingly ineffective as bacteria are evolving resistance.
Here in my latest article, I share a few of my personal thoughts and the responses I shared with my interviewer, especially in relation to the Science and Technology Sector.
An Oxford-based digital health business has been identified as one of the region’s top three tech start-ups, having grown its workforce by 500 per cent in just 18 months.
Collaboration is defined in the dictionary as “The action of working with someone to produce something” It is also considered “the process of two or more people or organisations working together to complete a task or achieve a goal.”
This month, we caught up with the team at Learning with experts, that offer exactly what the name implies!
This week we spoke to Mike Foster, Oxford Innovation’s (OI) new Centre Director for Oxford to find out more about his plans.