BFEG is holding Black History Networking Event for Female Entrepreneur looking at Challenge and need for support to Black Female Businesses
About this Event
Are you an existing entrepreneur or business owner, are you about to setup or start a business, have you just started your business or do have an idea that you want to turn into business . Book your ticket now and get connected and engaged with the right set of like minded people at the BFEG roundtable business networking events.
The BFEG Black History Networking Event for Black Female Entrepreneur with a focus on how we can challenge inequalities and lack of support available to women of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds Coordinates by Grassroots Female Entrepreneur and Business Board member cross London the first networking roundtable will take place 30th November 2019 The focus of this roundtable will base on the inequalities faced by black women in the capital and how we can better support black females in London’s business sector
The purpose of these roundtable networking events is to identify ways of making sure the all necessary step by step of business support programmes and mentoring including investment of workplace and marketplace for sales of product are inclusive and accessible for Black Female Entrepreneur.
followed by after party with the aim for participate to collaborate ideas and business prospects with other Entrepreneur for possible share of business resources which will minimax business running cost
SPEAKER OF DAY
LUCY ISAIAH- Founder Black Female Entrepreneur Greenwich
CAROLE PYKE – Personal Brand and Business Strategist Training
DEBORAH BEYIOKU- CEO Ochu & Group LTD
MICHELLE NOMWA – CEO of Chelline Clothing