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Succeeding in the media and building your enterprise – Tues 30th Oct – Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust

Presents

Succeeding in the Media and Building Your Enterprise

at

Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust

Stephen Lawrence Centre, 39 Brookmill Road, London, SE8 4HU

Tuesday 30th October from 2pm – 5pm

An afternoon providing YOU with a fantastic opportunity to meet, network and learn winning media tips that will give you a competitive edge.

The event will bring you closer to established and respected media professionals and entrepreneurs’.  This also includes a tour of the Stephen Lawrence Centre.

The event is open to all under 25’s, young people, students, under and post graduates, start-ups and media professionals.

Hosted by Bernard P. Achampong – A media guru wuth a portfolio that includes BBC radio producer, speaker and coach

Austin Daboh        CEO of The Hub Entertainment

Emma Stephens   BBC Radio 1 Producer

Vidal Bull  and Alan Adewale             Founders of VA-G Ltd

Joanna Abeyie      Journalist and founder of Shine Media

Ace                              BBC DJ, Sony Gold award winning radio presenter

Tonisha Tagoe       Film Director, Teacher and Photographer

Join us and

  • Meet those running successful businesses and who work in the media
  • Get practical tips on how to grow your business and secure media coverage.
  • Learn how to excel in the media
  • Hear how the panel members have grown their business.
  • Learn how to get noticed and get support.

Tickets to the event are free.  Refreshments will be served.

Book today: http://youthbusinessandmedia.eventbrite.com

For further information email: bookings@inspirationalyou.co.uk  or telephone 07545 156 111.
Schedule

2.00 – 2.15      Registration, networking and tour of the Stephen Lawrence Centre

2.15 – 2.30      Seated for discussion

2.30 – 3.30      Welcome, intro and panel discussion

3.30 – 4.00      Table speed networking

4.00 – 4.45      Q&A

Inspirational YOUth is a not-for-profit voluntary organisation that educates, empowers and supports women, BAME’s and young people.

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