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Register now for our annual flagship event at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford on 18 July. This high-energy event will focus on business, purpose and collaboration, and will deep-dive into corporate social innovation, women’s empowerment, inclusive business, partnerships and investing for impact. Find out more and apply for a free ticket.
I'm delighted to let you know that registration is now open for our flagship event: Business Fights Poverty Oxford 2018, taking place on 18 July at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.
This year we will be curating an audience of 300 innovators and thinkers from across business, civil society, academia and government around the themes of business, purpose and collaboration.
This year, we're partnering with a great set of content partners to design a series of engaging topic zones. We'll be deep-diving into subjects such as Corporate Social Innovation with The League of Intrapreneurs, Women's Equality with Care International, Partnership with The Partnering Initiative and Ethicore, Inclusive Distribution with BoP Inc, Hystra and Practical Action, and Investing for Impact, with Acumen.
With the event taking place in the Nelson Mandela Lecture Theatre on the day of the Mandela Centenary, we'll be taking the opportunity to celebrate the occasion!
Find out more about the event and apply for a free ticket here: http://snipbfp.org/BFPOxford2018. We're hosting a welcome dinner the night before at the beautiful St John's College, and you can purchase your ticket via the same link.
We're proud of the fact that last year, 91% of participants who shared their feedback said they would recommend the event to a colleague. 82% said they made a valuable new connection for their work and 91% said they learnt something valuable for a current or future collaboration.
We're grateful for the event support we are receiving from The Amersi Foundation, Be Inspired Films and our content partners.
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