Britta leads Oxentia’s Innovation Research and Strategy service line and has a background in early-stage investment, business analysis, and strategy.
In 2013, she joined Oxentia’s consulting team, where she supports university, government, and private sector clients to build capacity and help them to identify, develop and enable innovation.
As a Managing Consultant, Britta’s role includes:
- Training and mentoring innovators and TTOs on topics related to technology commercialisation, entrepreneurship, impact and innovation;
- Helping bring innovations to market through bespoke services such as IP assessments, market research, and international business development;
- Working in partnership with organisations to design, implement, and evaluate KEC programmes and processes, through activities such as benchmarking studies, best practice reviews, innovation ecosystem reviews, impact assessments, business planning, and higher education strategy.
Before joining Oxentia, Britta worked as a commercialisation consultant at Ireland’s National Digital Research Centre (NDRC), an award-winning early stage investor and accelerator. Britta has a BA from Denison University, and a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of New Hampshire, USA. She is Prince2 certified.
Outside Oxentia, Britta loves travelling the world, walking in the British countryside, and sampling new restaurants. During university she focused her studies on psychology, language and culture. She is fascinated by history and people and the decisions we make. She brings this curiosity and passion to her work at Oxentia, unpicking problems and collaboratively exploring solutions with her clients.
- Strategic reviews
- Ecosystem reviews
- Benchmarking studies
- Business planning for KEC/TT offices
- Incubator & accelerator programmes
- Entrepreneurship training (business modelling, market research & pitching)
- KEC in the Arts Humanities & Social Sciences
- Software commercialisation
- Enterprise systems & software
- MBA, University of New Hampshire
- BA, Denison University (Major: French Language & Culture; Minor: Psychology)