The business of being creative

, 18.00 - 20.30
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Join us and our panel as they share their stories and give tips and practical advice that will help you take your business or idea further.

The world of female entrepreneurship is rich in diversity and creativity; to celebrate this, our next networking event places the spotlight on women who have started and grown a business in the creative industries. 

Whether you are thinking of starting a business, have just started up or are looking to grow, join us and our panel as they share their stories and give tips and practical advice that will help you take your business or idea further. 

There will be time to ask questions and the event will finish with networking over a glass of wine or juice, so do come ready to connect!

The panel includes:

Heidy Rehman, Founder and Managing Director, Rose and Willard.

Heidy launched Rose & Willard in September 2014 after realising that there was a gap in the market for professional womenswear. 

Denise Rawls, Founder of The Hackney Hive and Hue Boxx       

Denise Rawls is a former public servant turned entrepreneur. After three decades of trying to juggle an international career alongside a part-time greeting-card business and life, Denise left the civil service in the summer of 2016 to focus full time on her own projects.

Diane Dunkley –  Founder of RM2 Music

Diane Dunkley is founder of RM2 Music, a music management company, booking agency and record company all rolled into one. 

Dr Clare Anyiam-Osigwe BEM

The panel will be moderated by Dr Clare Anyiam-Osigwe BEM. Clare is the founder of a revolutionary allergy-free, candida-free, botanical-based luxury skincare brand. Premae Skincare launched in London to fulfill the need for allergen-free cosmeceuticals. 



Details

Name: The business of being creative
Where: Business & IP Centre
The British Library
96 Euston Road
London
NW1 2DB
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When: , 18.00 - 20.30
Price: £15.00
Enquiries: +44 (0)20 7412 7901
bipcworkshops@bl.uk
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