Article By Rishi Chowdhury
Jordan Poulton is a graduate of Oxford University. He finished his education at Oxford in the summer of 2009.
While at University he was a president of the famous Oxford Entrepreneurs Society, which boasts over 5,000 members.
Jordan is one of many successful entrepreneurs to have held the post. Under his stewardship he has seen the society grow 24.7% and from being the largest of its kind in Europe to the largest in the world. In his first 18 weeks he organised and managed 50 events.
He is the founder of CrewDates Ltd. He started this in 2008 while still in University. CrewDates is an old Oxbridge rowing tradition.
The tradition is that two teams, one male, one female, would go out for dinner with each other to widen their social network and in the hope of boosting team morale. Jordan designed a website to enable crews to organise dates much easier and also gives opportunity for those who have previously not experienced a Crewdate. Jordan strives for continuous improvement and this philosophy bodes well in an ever changing world.
Jordan is also the founder of Oxford Investment Club. They help students gain a better insight and understanding of analysing stocks in the FTSE. Jordan has also made time to devote to volunteering. He carried out his volunteering at the Inti Wara Yassi animal refuge where he was responsible for walking, feeding and general care of the baby pumas.