The State of Black Britain Symposium (SBBS) 2010 is where a raft of high-profile guests will assemble to work through this year’s theme, Health & Wealth – An Agenda for Black Britain.
The government’s bleak economic forecast and pending spending cuts makes the theme a timely agenda to discuss measures to buffer austerity.
Among the speakers are Muyiwa, who is a singer, songwriter and broadcaster for Premier Radio and Lufthansa Airlines; and BBC radio presenter, publisher and co-founder of Colourtelly, Dotun Adebayo MBE.
Other experts include Dr Viviane Lafar-Cissé – currently transitional lead for the NHS National BME Network and influential businessman Ken Olisa OBE, chair of merchant bank Restoration Partners and director at Thomson Reuters.
SBBS is the brain-child of The Revd David Shosanya. David currently serves as a Regional Minister with the London Baptist Association and is a co-founder of the nationally acclaimed Street Pastors Initiative.
Experts will present and facilitate inspiring seminars and workshops on healthy communities, bodies, finances, entrepreneurship, technology and healthy life options.
In addition, a representative of the Olympic Delivery Authority will make a special presentation on business and volunteering opportunities related to the 2012 Olympics.
The SBBS 2010 – 10am-5pm on October 9. The Keyworth Centre, London South Bank University, London SE1. firstname.lastname@example.org
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