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Globally, on average, only 2 in 10 ventures are currently founded or led by females. The University of Oxford’s entrepreneurship centre, the Oxford Foundry, is launching the L.E.V8 Women programme to address this head-on, and to give Oxford’s female students the skills and resilience to become the strong leaders and entrepreneurs that they aspire to be.

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