San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Annually, for the past eight years, we at Powerful Media Ltd have marked the achievements of the most talented university students of African and African Caribbean heritage across the UK.
This year it gives us great pleasure to invite all the students featured in Future Leaders magazine 2017 to this special award luncheon. The event recognises 100 of Britain’s best and most promising university students. Each of them is a rising star and collectively they represent some of the very best talent in Britain today.
The Future Leaders Awards and magazine launch luncheon is hosted by our lead sponsor HSBC Plc. There will be an awards ceremony for the top three students and the best university ambassador and a key note address from a well respected business leader. Senior HSBC executives will be present along with selected business partners and key professionals featured in our flagship title the Powerlist.
The event presents the ideal oportunity to hear more about the work experience and graduate recruitment opportunities that exist at HSBC and there will be ample time for networking as that is what the Powerlist events are all about.
Spaces are limited so to join in the celebrations and secure your place at this event please register your interest now!
NB - THIS EVENT IS OPEN TO FUTURE LEADERS FEATURED IN THIS YEAR'S FUTURE LEADERS MAGAZINE ONLY!
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Powerful Media Limited
Powerful Media Ltd is essentially a connections business. Over the past ten years using our much lauded publications: The Powerlist, Future Leaders and Power100 magazine, we have build up the most comprehensive database in the UK of influencers and high achievers of African and African Caribbean heritage. More recently, we have added Power100 magazine to our stable and this is helping to do exactly the same for people with a disability or impairment in the UK.
Our other two divisions: Powerful Events - an events firm and Powerful Personnel - a recruitment firm with a focus on placing high achievers from all minority communities are the engines that drive those conncections through a variety of events and through placing very good candidates with very good organisations.