Inclusive Entrepreneurship A roadmap for a more equitable future

A panel discussion on how diversity and inclusion can power entrepreneurship to new heights.

Entrepreneurs act as the wheels of the economic growth of the country. Those that succeed can find themselves at the centre of disruption or as the next global spanning enterprise. Entrepreneurial efforts have forced new social, political, and economic changes, holding out the promise for new innovations.  But the path to entrepreneurship is not always balanced.

To address these issues, we are hosting a panel of entrepreneurs at 116 Pall Mall on the 12th October. They will share both the challenges and opportunities they have encountered when it comes to inclusion & diversity; leading to new products & services, greater innovation and better decision-making . To explain why fostering inclusive entrepreneurship matters. The discussion will provide a deeper insight the into the entrepreneurial journey and explore the different approaches to overcoming the barriers of business creation & growth.

Please join us as we navigate the move from rhetoric to action on inclusive entrepreneurship.

Note: Spaces are limited and will fill up quickly!

Contact us on [email protected] if you would like to know more about the Entrepreneur group or would like to join as a member.  

Speakers

Nana Parry

Founder & CEO of Tectonic

Nana founded Tectonic, a customer data insights organisation that works with a variety of businesses from start-ups to the FTSE 250. Tectonic helps businesses and not for profit organisations get unbiased data from their current and potential customers to make better business decisions.
He also runs a Venture Studio for the innovation consultancy L Marks.

Sarah Loveday

Panel facilitator
Founder & Director, Peopleknd

Sarah Jo is a senior HR Consultant with a passion for helping organisations achieve their vision by strengthening their ability to drive transformative change in their leadership, culture, and employee experience. She is an experienced Employee Relations specialist, accredited mediator, and HR lecturer.

Sian Prime

Deputy Director, Goldsmiths’ Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship (ICCE)

Siân is Deputy Director for Goldsmiths’ Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship (ICCE), and Academic Lead: Enterprise. She has worked with Adrian De La Court to develop Synapse, a service that is available to all students (and staff) at Goldsmiths, and develops entrepreneurial thinking and potential.

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