Oxford Foundry director heads plans to help student entrepreneurs


by LAUREN CODLING THE director of a new entrepreneurial space for students at Oxford University said she aims to create a diverse community where people with “different” perceptions can come together. Anandana Bakshi, 31, has been working with the Foundry, a hub where students can be supported in becoming “the best entrepreneur they can be”. She told Eastern Eye her hope is that the facility will help people generate “great” ideas, encourage them to start skilled businesses and make them more employable. “Essentially, our tagline is ‘supporting students and smashing it in life’,” she said. “We all have different choices,…

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