OxfordJam, a fringe to the Skoll World Forum, is a 3-day event creating a space for the nurturing of social economy and social finance all over the world.
Running in parallel to the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship taking place in Oxford from 10 to 12 April, OxfordJam is a three-day fringe event that creates a space for the nurturing of social economy and social finance projects all over the world.
Coming up for its third year, OxfordJam is an extraordinary unconference where participants contribute a wide range of sessions from all corners of the social economy and session contributors pay to run their sessions. The event is open and free. OxfordJam is the place for social entrepreneurs looking for connections, to create and collaborate, and wishing to problem solve, debate, get concrete advice- and also have fun! Social entrepreneurs can inspire and be inspired, engage and participate with UK and International representatives from the social economy and impact investing worlds.
The Sarah Dodds Fund will be making up to £10,000 of interest free loan finance available to the best social ventures at proof of concept stage attending and applying during OxfordJam. Eligibility criteria and process can be viewed at: http://www.sarahdodds.org/.