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MONEY TALK$ - Black Women In Business & Money Management
Sat 13 May 2017, 13:30 – 17:30 BST
MONEY TALK$ - Let's Talk About Black Women in Media & Money Management is the second of three panel discussions in our Let's Talk About series. The event will bring together a host of women in business or self employment from a variety of industries including fashion, food and finance for a day of honest discussion, lessons and networking.
We lift the lid on what it's like to be a black woman running her own business in the UK as they try to reach the mass market! We will also be discussing profit vs purpose, managing your own finances and budgeting, credit scores, funding, setting goals and more!
Be sure to have your questions ready for the panel, expect to meet new people and prepare for a good time.
Head over to www.fwoc.co.uk to see pictures from our first Let's Talk About event!
The "Let's Talk About..." series aims to shed some light on the experiences of the Black and Mixed Race British women who are creating or have made a name for themselves and want to share their knowledge and experience with others. By providing an open and honest platform, we hope the audience will be able to get answers to the questions they have always wanted to ask.
Award winning founder of hoisery & lingere line Nubian Skin.
Blogger & creator of Refined Currency, a personal finance website for women.
Founder of GymBites
Lifestyle vlogger & home owner at the age of 23!
Award winning presenter & host for Link up TV, BBC 1xtra and Sky1's Whats up TV.
Jamii is a discount card for African- and Caribbean-owned, black-owned businesses in the UK.
Dynamic brand specialising in creating stylish, on-trend cards and gifts inspired by black culture and style.
Sweet and savoury chin-chin (west african bicsuit) made in a variety of fun flavours!
Brown Coconut Oil
Distributors of 100% pure coconut oil, nothing added nothing taken away!
Nana Ohhh Creations
Handmade Jewellery - Wearable pieces of Art , made to inspire Self - Love within those who wear them.
The Native Clique
Selling afro Caribbean art prints, notebooks and gifts.
Drinks can be purchased from the bar, please bring your ID if you wish to purchase alcohol.
Food will be served on the day, once it is gone its all gone!
There will also be a number of stalls to purchase from.Please bring cash if you wish to purchase from any of the vendors at the event!
If you are interested in showcasing your brand or products, please email email@example.com for information on our brand packages, sponsorship and branding oppurtnities!
2pm Part I of Discussion
3pm Part II of Discussion
3.40pm Discussion end
4pm-5.30pm Networking and Social Session
Is this a women only event?
No! We are opening this event up to men too.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
No, but we advise minors attend with an adult. You may also be asked for ID when purchasing alcohol
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
The is a limted car park outside the venue, alternatively Hoxton Station is 5 minutes walk from the venue.
What's the refund policy?
Tickets are non-refundable.
Is this is charity event?
Yes. We are a social enterprise, meaning all money made by FWOC is put back into the organisation so we can host bigger and better events,workshops and sessions for everyone who uses our services.
Can I reserve seats before the event?
If you purchase a pink ticket you will be given front row seating. There are no specific seats allocated to silver and gold ticket holders