Tag Archives: Oxford

Optimise Oxford: a new meetup for our SEO, social media & PPC community

Last week a bunch of optimisation aficionados gathered in the St. Aldate’s Tavern for an inspiring meetup organised by Optimise Oxford. The event started at 6.30 pm and consisted of three diverse but equally interesting talks delivered by industry veterans: Ned Poulter, Daniel Bianchini and Jono Alderson. The event was well organised and I took […]

Digital Oxford Week: Our highlights

  Digital Oxford Week has taken place for the last few years, and we’re back again next week starting the 11th May. We started Digital Oxford Week to draw attention to the diverse range of digital talent here in Oxfordshire. The aim is to showcase our regular meetups and offer a chance for people to […]

Do you manage digital projects?  Have you heard about The Big DO?

Alongside DO PM, here’s another great opportunity to network and learn. The Big DO  is a one day event in Oxford aimed at Scrum and Agile practitioners but open to anyone involved in managing digital projects.  It’s a great opportunity to discuss, debate, discover, develop and DO – Yes you’ll be involved.  We’re telling everyone […]

Oxford Aims for ‘Number One Tech Hub’ Title

Ahead of the Digital Oxford launch on January 28, Wired UK  gives a detailed insight of our efforts to bring together the tech communities in Oxford and Oxfordshire. In the article journalist Mark Piesing talks to Minister of State for Culture and the Digital Economy Ed Vaizey, NaturalMotion founder and CEO Torsten Reil, Digital Network […]

Building a Business seminar: does my customer’s problem actually exist?

Our MD, Dave Fletcher, recently presented to budding entrepreneurs as part of the Building a Business series at the Saïd Business School.  He provided some useful tips on the first two stages of Steve Blank’s Customer Development Model. In this final blog, he looks at Customer Validation and how start-ups can establish whether a customer […]

Building a Business seminar: how start-ups can test their assumptions

During his recent seminar as part of the Building a Business series at the Saïd Business School, our MD, Dave Fletcher, talked to budding entrepreneurs about the first two stages of Steve Blank’s Customer Development Model. Here, in his follow up blog, he provides some nuggets on Customer Discovery. More specifically, recognising and testing assumptions…  […]

Oxford Risk Rating Online receives Financial World Innovation Commendation

      Following is a shortened press release. December 2014 – A service which enables financial advisers to closely match investments with investors has been commended at the Financial  World Innovation Awards 2014. The Risk Profiling Service, developed by Oxford Risk in partnership with White October, received the commendation in the category Best Risk […]

MedicineAfrica connects medical community to transform global health services

Following is a shortened press release. November 2014 – is an online platform giving healthcare workers in resource poor settings access to the global health workforce, for education and support. It combines social networking space with online teaching functions for use in low bandwidth areas, so that medical communities worldwide can benefit from expert knowledge […]

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