Working together to make it happen.
Supporting entrepreneurship and innovation.
“She started in Oxford” breakfast event in conjunction with The Innovation Forum
his two days C-level conference will gather top leaders from industry, academia and government and mixing them with early stage ventures investors and leading scientists and academic spinouts.
Venturefest Recap: The Impact of Gender on Entrepreneurship
At Venturefest 2017, TechTonic hosted a session which addressed the problem of why too few women-led businesses reach the same economic scale as that achieved by male-led companies. This was the focus of a recent report from Barclays and The Female Founders Forum entitled ‘Untapped Unicorns: Scaling up Female Entrepreneurship‘.
Slow Down says Jackie Jarvis
Our second event provided an opportunity for plenty of good conversation, which included some meeting some new friends and much hilarity. Its amazing what a few glasses of bubbles will do, and not to mention the box of chocolates doing the rounds!
TechTonic Launch Event Brings in Full House with Suite of Exceptional Speakers
The four speakers included Rowan Gardner (CEO of Ozo Innovations), Angela Hobbs (Commercial Director, Triteq Ltd), Emily Nott (Lead for Diversity & Inclusion for Innovate UK), and Caroline Williams (Director of Open Programmes, Said Business School). All four women had deep ties to Oxford, technology and entrepreneurship and were able to share their experiences with the women (and men!) in attendance.