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Our first live webinar with Oxford Flow!

We’re hosting our first live webinar with OTIF portfolio company Oxford Flow on Wednesday 13th May from 17:30 to 18:15.

The event will feature a 20-minute presentation showcasing the Company and recent developments, as well as touching on the measures being taken to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. This will be followed by a 10-minute Q&A session with academic founder and CTO Prof Thomas Povey, CEO Neil Poxon and CFO Tim Williams.

Oxford Flow was spun out of Oxford University’s Engineering Department in 2015 to commercialise a novel flow regulating valve for gases and liquids. The event will represent the launch of an OTIF single stock silo contributing to Oxford Flow’s Series B fundraising round which will close in July 2020.

The webinar will be held via Zoom and further details can be found in the invitation which is accessible here.

The Company’s teaser deck is available upon request.

We hope you can join us and would be grateful if you could RSVP to Helen at


Important notice: This is event is being held for information purposes only. Reliance on the information in this event communication and disclosed during the event itself, for the purpose of engaging in any investment activity, may expose an individual to a risk of losing all of the funds invested. Neither this communication or the information disclosed during the event constitute, or should be considered as, an offer to buy or sell or solicitation of an offer to buy or sell any security or share. The information contained in this communication and that disclosed during the event is NOT intended for retail investors. Upon RSVP’ing to the event you will be requested to confirm that you are one of either: A High Net Worth Individual or A Sophisticated Investor. Details of what is required to qualify as a High Net Worth Individual and a Sophisticated Investor can be viewed in detail here.