View our webinar or read the report – exploring early-stage investing

Following on from our recent report on the impact of Covid-19 on companies in the Oxfordshire ecosystem, we held a webinar in conjunction with Oxford Investment Opportunities Network (OION), PwC and Taylor Vintners on Tuesday 5th May to explore the current business environment and how investment plans and decisions are being affected.

Jens Tholstrup, Executive Chairman of OION and Advanced Oxford board member, chaired the webinar and was joined by:

  • Ann Kramer, CEO, The Electrospinning Company
  • David Ford, investor
  • David Pritchard, investor
  • James Mallinson, Oxford Investment Consultants
  • Kyle Grant, Oxwash
  • Rebecca Todd, Longwall Ventures

Didn’t make it?  You can view a recording of the webinar here View the webinar here

Want a quick overview of what was discussed?  Read a summary here: Report available here

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