Wednesday 20 November 18:00 - 20:30

Walthamstow Library
High Street
London
E17 7JN

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Global Entrepreneurship Week (18-24 November) - Night of Inspiration

Business & Professional

Join us for a free evening of business inspiration and networking, with Mickela Hall-Ramsay from HR Sports Academy.

Global Entrepreneurship Week - Evening of Inspiration

Waltham Forest Council would like to invite you to an evening with Mickela Hall-Ramsay to inspire our local entrepreneurs and business professionals.

Listen to Mickela's story, learn from her start-up journey, and get a chance to do some networking.Β 

Mickela - Our Star Entrepreneur!

Highly passionate about sports and the positive effect it has on young people, multi-award winning entrepreneur, Mickela Hall-Ramsay, has impacted the lives of more than 40,000 children through her company, HR Sports Academy.

The sudden death of her sister who was born with Down syndrome and the rise in youth crime resulted in the birth of her company in 2008 and its registration as a Community Interest Company in 2010. HR Sports Academy deliver a range of opportunities directly and indirectly related to sport to empower children and young people with valuable life skills and the belief that they have what it takes to succeed in life.

Mickela’s tenacity and crusade to create limitless opportunities for young people has been recognised with many prestigious awards and recognitions and despite very limited funding, her determination to be a positive role model and outlet for disadvantaged young people has allowed her to secure a robust position for herself in the business community.

Itinerary

6.00-6.20pm Welcome reception

6.20-7.25pm Introductions & presentation

7.25-8.00pm Questions from audience

8.00-8.30pm Casual networking

For more information about Global Entrepreneurship Week, please check here: https://www.genglobal.org/gew/. We hope to see you soon!

This evening is brought to you as part of the Start-ups in London Libraries project which is run in collaboration with the British Library and 10 London boroughs, and generously supported by the European Regional Development Fund, J.P. Morgan and the Arts Council.

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