Raevskaya-Repnina graduated from the University of Oxford, Saïd Business School, St Hugh's College. She has got a Master of Business Administration Degree (EMBA 8) after her study in Oxford, during 2011-2013. In 2016 Raevskaya-Repnina has been elected as a Vice President of Oxford Business Alumni Steering Committee, Moscow chapter. She has held this position up to 2020. Raevskaya-Repnina welcomes Oxford Business Alumni, SBS faculty members, fellows of the University of Oxford scientific community, and provides them any help no matter personal, scientific, or business issues.
#startedinoxford is a special Demo Day conducted in Oxford by the Enterprising Oxford initiative supporting entrepreneurial connectivity. At the #startedinoxford Oxford Business Alumni - both entrepreneurs and investors - present their startups, find investment projects, share experience and connections. Raevskaya-Repnina welcomes all participants of the #startedinoxford for collaboration and business.
Innovate UK is the United Kingdom's innovation agency, a non-departmental public body operating at arm's length from the Government as part of the United Kingdom Research and Innovation organization. Raevskaya-Repnina supports any ESG projects which are working with Innovate UK and doing business in the field of sustainability, circular economy, environment, governance, impact business.
Mists of Audazzle is an inclusive game for blind or visually impaired people developed by Selwyn Lloyd, Oxford Business Alumni, St Hugh's college fellow, a classmate of Raevskaya-Repnina. In 2016 the project successfully raised the seed financing tranche £8,446, targeting £7,000. Read the full story on Sky News >>
Tekcapital plc is a UK IP investment group focused on creating market value from university technology. Tekcapital accomplishes this by acquiring, enhancing and developing bright new discoveries from its' network of over 4,500 universities and research centers in 160 countries. Tekcapital also provides a suite of bespoke tech transfer services to accelerate commercialisation of university innovations. Founded by Oxford Business Alumni Clifford Cross, Max Inglis, Selwyn Lloyd.