Meet up in Birmingham on Saturday 27th July 2-6pm @King Solomon International Business School in Aston, Birmingham. The day will consist of networking guest speakers and a question & answers session (all you need to know about property). Our Keynote speaker is Anthony Laville
Come one and all to our 3rd quarterly meeting.
Our keynote speaker this month is Anthony Laville.
Anthony has a wealth of experience and he’ll be sharing his knowledge and inspiring us to greater things.
Secure your seat today!
Venue address: King Solomon International Business School – Birmingham.
Date: Saturday 27th July 2019
Time: Doors open for networking from 1pm
Place: *Lord Street, Aston Waterlinks*
*Early Bird Tickets available until Midnight Sunday 14th July 2019 for £20*
Young Adult Tickets (16 – 25) is £10
Missed the Train Tickets £25
This event is for you whether you are experienced investor or just starting out in your property journey.**
If you’re looking to start or scale your property business this year then this is the event for you.
Come along to an event where you can feel connected and confident to collaborate while having fun and creating wealth.
We feel that the African Caribbean community should have somewhere to network, share ideas and learn so we decided to start a new quarterly meet for you!
– Welcome and About Us
– 30 Seconds Elevator speech
– Collaboration Testimonials
– Networking break
– Inspiring our Youth
Business is all about building relationships.
Come along and get to know other like-minded people. You’ll have the opportunity to share ideas, gain new insights and perhaps collaborate or even refer business and or opportunities to one another.
> Caribbean Buffet style meal
Menu To Be Confirmed
> The 30 SECOND PITCH
Tell us who you are and pitch your interest to a room full of property people! This is a great way of getting your business in front of collaborative partners and even new clients!
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