Scribendi Featured at Oxford Enterprise Exhibition

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Scribendi.com, a Canadian editing and proofreading services company, is participating in the Oxford Entrepreneurs Ideas2Market exhibition.

Being an alumni member of the society is a great way to support entrepreneurship and mentor others

Scribendi.com, a global leader in providing online professional editing and proofreading services, is participating in the Oxford Entrepreneurs Ideas2Market exhibition.

This exhibition, to be held at Oxford University's Said Business School on March 5, 2009, will showcase innovative and buzzing companies to the media, investors, consultants, students and of course, other budding entrepreneurs.

Scribendi has grown rapidly over the last few years and garnered awards for export development and website usability. The company now edits well over a million words every week and serves authors, academics, ESL speakers, business people and entrepreneurs in over 70 countries.
Scribendi co-founder Terence Johnson, 31, is an alumni member of Oxford Entrepreneurs, and has a Master's degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford.

"We are delighted to have been invited to participate in this event, because we believe in doing everything possible to resist the recession. Young entrepreneurs like ourselves are capable of building successful businesses and creating new jobs, rebuilding our economies, and being part of the solution, even though governments often underestimate us," says Johnson.

Oxford Entrepreneurs is now the largest student society at Oxford University and has become the largest free business and entrepreneurship society in Europe, with over 4500 members. The network includes undergraduates, graduates, MBA students, active alumni and external members.

"Being an alumni member of the society is a great way to support entrepreneurship and mentor others," added Johnson.

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