Who I Am & What I Do Networking 6
Written by bbm
July 09, 2012
95 High Road, Willesden Green
TEST Whether you are an individual or representing an organisation, and no matter what sector you operate within, the Who I Am & What I Do networking session is for you to plug what you do, highlight your needs, or simply network with statutory, community and voluntary organisations, professionals, entrepreneurs, funders, artists, poets, and music and cultural industries businesses and personnel. £15/£10*
* email editor@BritishBlackMusic.com for promotional discount code
The main aim is to promote business contacts and social inclusion through networking.
The event is organised by BTWSC, a pan-London, not-for-profit voluntary organisation that promotes social inclusion through community events and training programmes, and BritishBlackmusic.com/Black Music Congress (BBM/BMC), a forum for discussing black music issues and networking.
Includes a Caribbean meal at the start of event - so get down early, and tuck into your dinner, before doing some business, or telling us about your business.
There will be a microphone for those who wish to make succinct, golden minute oral presentations.
Payments are non-refundable, but your ticket(s) can be used by your proxy. If you choose not to pre-book, depending on availability, you'll pay £15 at the door.
This is an un-funded initiative driven by the need for more networking expressed among the community and voluntary sector at BTWSC events, and among the black music sector at the BMC events.
Directions: Jubilee line to Willesden GREEN tube station then either turn right and walk down, or cross over road and take any bus 2 stops to Willesden Green Library Centre.
Buses: 52, 98, 206, 260, 266, 302, 460
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