It pays to be a member.
Oxford Entrepreneurs is not a classroom, it is a network of the elite emerging companies such as Massage Envy, WayBack Burgers, Jacoby and more, each with multi-million dollar annual turnovers. We bring together thought-leaders to learn from each other with real world lessons, while growing and sharing powerful blueprints for success.
We help you all the way through an IPO or selling your company the right way, something NOBODY else in the industry offers or does like we do.
Gain powerful exposure
OCE brings your business to center stage through our media distribution channels including social media and blogs.
- Attend the Fastest 100 Growing Companies CEO RoundTable Event
- Receive Know-Grow-Exit Platform Content
- Receive Oxford Report Fast Five (Entrepreneurial Insights, Business Forecasts and Cultural/Political Trends)
- Get Immediate Alerts and Access to Cliff Oxford’s Forbes and New York Times Blogs
- Access all Video Chats with Q&A
- Introduction OCE Business Connections
- Industry Expert Calls
- 360 Member Profile Connections
- Admission to Annual Entrepreneurial Trip and Conference
- Up to 50% discount at Ritz-Carlton US Business Hotel
- Attend SuperGroup Meetings
- Tickets to Commerce Dinners
- Get B2B Sales Leads
- Blogging Advisory
- Strategic On-Site Advisory Assessment
- Exit Advisory Assessment
As the founder of Oxford Entrepreneurs, Cliff Oxford encourages economic development by helping entrepreneurs. Cliff started at UPS where he developed an advanced help-desk system recognized for saving the company more than $250 million in its first year. In 1995, Cliff founded STI Knowledge, an international IT company that made the Inc. 500 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America three years in a row.
After selling the company, Cliff started Emory University’s executive M.B.A. program and is now the proud founder of the Oxford at Brenau Entrepreneur M.B.A. Program.
Cliff is also a highly recognized blogger on business, marketing and Entrepreneurship for Forbes and The New York Times. He is dedicated to helping entrepreneurs survive the pitfalls of fast growth by focusing on what to know, how to grow and when to exit businesses successfully.