Fri, 02 Nov 2018, 10:00
Oxford Business Book Festival, Oxford (UK), Bodleian Library, Broad Street, Oxford, OX1 3BG
Appearing as part of Oxford Business Book Festival 2018
The Oxford Business Book Festival is a unique opportunity to spend the day with world leading experts such as:
Michael Bayler, founder of The Whole Equation,
The Liquid Enterprise
Chris Budd, founder of Ovation Finance,
The Eternal Business
Stephen Gribben, founder of The Online Coach,
Key Coaching Models
Simon Horton, founder of Negotiation Mastery,
The Leader’s Guide to Negotiation
Ruth Saunders, founder of Galleon Blue,
Marketing in the Boardroom
Richard Shotton, deputy head of evidence at MG OMD,
The Choice Factory
Paul Skinner, director of Agency of the Future,
Ash Singh, founder of Gotilo.org,
The Moral Marketplace
PR Smith, founder of PR Smith Marketing,
The SOSTAC® Guide to your Perfect Digital Marketing Plan,
Digital Marketing Excellence, and more
You’ll have the opportunity fully to engage with our authors – all of whom are looking forward to taking questions, signing books, and saying hello over a coffee.
We’re also delighted to welcome several Oxford authors, including:
Business Writing Tips
Successful Business Leadership
How to Coach your Team into Superstars
Quick Wins in Sales and Marketing
The Cross Cultural Coaching Kaleidoscope
We’re announcing more authors, partners, video links, and benefits over the coming weeks and months. Buying a ticket today guarantees you access to everything on offer at the Festival.
You’ll leave with cutting edge ideas to grow your business, as well as a goodie bag and a host of new contacts.
Our partners at Blackwell’s are kindly offering all of the books (and many more) at a discount – and you can, of course, get them signed by the author on the day. Blackwell’s will even deliver the books to your home or office.
The Festival takes place at the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford in the heart of the city and a stone’s throw from Blackwell’s, the Sheldonian, and other attractions.
We’re grateful to our colleagues at Do Books; FT Publishing; Harriman House; Infinite Ideas; Little, Brown; MIT Press; Oxford University Press; Penguin; Pluto Press; Prag Prog, Profile Books; Routledge; and many other publishers for their help in organising the Festival…
… and also to our friends and colleagues at Blackwell’s for all of their help and support.
Please read the following carefully before purchasing a ticket. We have worked hard to organise a Festival that will deliver as much value as possible to ticket holders. We hope you have a fantastic day. We nonetheless need to protect our interests, as well as those of other ticket holders, and believe that the following terms and conditions are a reasonable way to do that.
They apply to the sale of any ticket, although your legal rights are naturally unaffected. In the event of any conflict, any terms and conditions that conflict with your legal rights shall be construed to the fullest extent compatible with the law and the remainder shall continue to have full effect.
We are committed to providing a Festival that is accessible to all members of our community. We are working hard with the venue to ensure that is the case. Please contact us at the earliest opportunity with any specific requirements and we shall do our best to accommodate them.
We only offer refunds for tickets that indicate you may cancel without penalty. All other tickets are strictly non-refundable and for the named ticket holder(s) only. Please ensure you choose the ticket that is right for you.
Although we have provided details of the authors, partners, schedules, discounts, and other arrangements in good faith, you accept that these are provisional and not material to your purchase of a ticket to the Festival. We reserve the right to change such arrangements at any time and without notice.
You may be searched on entry to the venue or at other reasonable times in the interests of security; in any case, searches shall be carried out respectfully and by trained staff.
We may make an audio, video, and/or photographic recording of the Festival. You grant us irrevocable permission to make such recordings and to use them (including your likeness) for any purpose, in any media now known or hereafter devised, in perpetuity, and in any jurisdiction or territory, without compensation, credit, or other consideration. Any recordings shall be our sole property and we may transfer any such rights to successors, assignees, and licensees.
You may take still photographs of the Festival, but audio or video recordings are strictly prohibited without our prior written permission. You will kindly adhere to any request from a speaker not to take photographs and/or to respect the confidence of the discussion.
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