The RWK Goodman Small Business Award
This Award is open to any business based in Oxfordshire with a turnover of less than £5million, irrespective of size.
Entrants must be able to show how their business has progressed in line with their business plan to achieve strong growth in the sector in which the business operates.
The judges will be looking for evidence of:
Commercial success during the last 12 months
Strong financial performance and profitable growth
A business plan with strategy and vision
Dynamic leadership and management with the ability to drive the business forward
Environmental awareness and commitment to the community
Staff development and an inclusive values-based culture where employees can thrive and achieve their full potential
Innovation and ambition – the ‘stand out’ quality that differentiates the business from its competitors
Autumn news from companies in our innovation centres
There have been many exciting developments for companies in our two innovation centres, the Wood Centre for Innovation and the Oxford Centre for Innovation In case you’ve missed any of the good news, we’ve put together a collection of highlights from the past few months. New companies in our centres We’re pleased to have […]
Five minutes with Jonathan Musgrove, CEO of Oxford Sigma
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Five minutes with NavLive co-founders Dr David Wisth and Prof Maurice Fallon
University of Oxford spinout NavLive has recently joined the community of inspiring deep-tech start-ups at our Oxford Centre for Innovation. With its advanced 3D mapping technology, it aims to create new norms in the complex management of building sites, bringing economic benefits to the building and construction sector. We spoke to its co-founders, […]