TechTonic is hosting a morning breakfast event “She started in Oxford” in conjunction with The Innovation Forum – Leaders Conference this Dec. This two days C-level conference will gather top leaders from industry, academia and government and mixing them … Read More
TechTonic – a diverse network for aspirational women who deliver!
We think there is a gap in the support networks of Oxfordshire that would address the lack of support for entrepreneurial and aspirational women in the technology sector. Not just a forum or a network that would offer mentoring or social media connections, but a platform that would bring like minded people together with common interests and experiences both virtually and physically. The aim would be to let the network grow organically offering advice and mentoring where a connection is found, while at the same time holding regular meetings with interesting speakers. While TechTonic is aimed at the women of Oxfordshire, speakers and even connections will include both men and women to ensure a broad spectrum of experiences and awareness is offered.
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SHE STARTED IN OXFORD – BREAKFAST WITH FOUR INSPIRATIONAL SPEAKERS. 5th December, 7.30-8.30am at Oxford Examination Schools Oxford has always led the way in education, research and innovation. Unsurprisingly, thousands of influential leaders have begun their journey here. The list … Read More
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 … Read More
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 … Read More
The official launch of TechTonic was a resounding success. Nearly a sold out event, there were very few empty seats in the room at the Oxford Martin School on Tuesday evening, November 1st. The four speakers included Rowan Gardner (CEO of Ozo … Read More
Meet the team behind TechTonic
Nicola advises companies on all aspects of corporate law including the delivery of funding rounds and strategies for growth and realisation of value. With a strong technology focus, she has acted for several companies from early stage through to major … Read More
Riham Satti, CEO of MeVitae is amongst the top 50 disruptive game changers in Thames Valley, top 100 influential UK tech business leaders and according to Forbes a ‘female founder taking the UK by storm’. Riham gained the degrees in … Read More
Lynn took over as Executive Chair of Venture Fest in September 2014 and is determined to use the skills, expertise and business network gained from her ten years as Group Director of Communications at Oxford Instruments plc, the first commercial … Read More
Sue Staunton is an Audit and Assurance Partner at James Cowper Kreston. She also has a particular interest in working with technology businesses and their owners and, as such, heads our technology team. Sue works with clients on the development … Read More
Carolyn in Deputy Head of Technology Transfer at Oxford University Innovation. Since joining Oxford University Innovation Carolyn has led or mentored the formation of 14 spin-out companies from Oxford University commercialising a diversity of innovative technologies addressing distinct challenges in … Read More
Joy Foster currently runs 2 Oxford based social enterprises which provide digital solutions to charities and social enterprise while at the same time training and employing teenagers and adults who have been marginalised in the workforce. Made with Joy has … Read More
Dr Danuta Mariola Jeziorska obtained a BSc degree in Biotechnology from the University of Silesia in Poland and completed her PhD in Systems Biology from the University of Warwick. Currently, she is a Postdoctoral Research Scientist at the Weatherall Institute … Read More