In celebration of Black History Month, Deloitte MCN is pleased to present a panel event on entrepreneurialism. We are excited to have four brilliant speakers from a variety of backgrounds who will share their personal journeys, insights to their success and how to apply an entrepreneurial approach in the corporate world.
We will also have Afro-Caribbean inspired food and drinks to round off the event!
Co-founder and COO - Laundrapp
Antony is co-founder of Laundrapp; the award-winning, multi-million pound dry-cleaning and laundry app service. He was recently awarded Consumer & Retail Rising Star at the Black British Business Awards. A forward-thinking digital entrepreneur, he has been actively involved in the tech start-up community for 8+ years across a range of ventures.
Founder – AloNuko
Gbemi is the creative director at AloNuko Ltd. She has started her career as a fashion designer at age 11 and at age 16 she was featured in BBC’s Young Apprentice. She founded her company AloNuko after completing college in 2012 and holds the title of Britain’s youngest bespoke bridal fashion designer.
Co-Founder and CTO - Neyber
Ezechi co-founded Neyber; the UK's largest financial wellbeing company working directly with employers to offer affordable borrowing to employees, directly from their salaries. He is driven by the belief that technology has the ability to put the ‘personal’ back into personal finance and pass the benefit back to those who really matter, the customers.
Programme Director - Deloitte
Renee runs her own contracting business and is currently part of the Innovation Leadership team at Deloitte. She has over 20 years of experience in technology delivery and large scale transformation. She served as a Signal Lieutenant in the US Army and holds an MBA from the University of Texas. Amongst her passions are space, fashion, women in STEM, art and really nice hotels.
- 6:30pm – 7:00pm: Arrival and registration
- 7:00pm – 7:15pm: Welcome
- 7:15pm – 8:00pm: Speakers
- 8:00pm – 8.30pm: Q&A Panel
- 8:30pm – 9:30pm: Networking over food and drinks