Join us for this ground-breaking series of monthly PRECIOUS networking events for women of colour in business.
The PRECIOUS Awards was founded in 2007 to celebrate and applaud the professional and entrepreneurial achievements of women of colour in the UK. We have a dynamic and passionate following, gained over eleven years of bringing brilliant women into the spotlight and celebrating and rewarding exceptional determination, innovation and entrepreneurial skills across multiple sectors and inspiring women of colour to succeed.
PRECIOUS Nights is a monthly event that gives you the opportunity to hear previous PRECIOUS Award winners share the highs lows and lessons of their business journey, give actionable tips and advice. It's about storytelling, connecting and community in a unique atmosphere of collaboration and motivation. Come and be inspired and build your network with new contacts and friends.
Early Bird tickets are £10 and include a networking drinks reception.
Don’t forget we have over £5m worth of online market reports from top publishers Mintel, Frost & Sullivan, Euromonitor amongst others, company data for over 144 million UK and global companies, over 60 million patents and more. With a Reader Pass you can access all of these resources for free before or after your workshop (or in the break if you can’t keep away!) and get your business ahead of the competition.
Founder & CEO | rainchq
She started her career at Fidelity Investments and has over 15 years experience across the investment management and professional services industries.
Outside of rainchq, Davinia is a board director for Talawa, a company established more than 30 years ago to improve black representation in theatre. She is the mother of two young daughters who are the best mini-rainmakers and her ultimate inspiration.
Rainchq won Start up Business of the Year at the 2019 PRECIOUS Awards.
After roles in consulting, Bukky joined as a manager in the Tesco Engineering department which at the time was not a diverse part of the organisation. Not only did she have to negotiate a male dominated culture, she was the only black female employee at this time, and driving a transformative energy reduction agenda. In recognition of her achievements on the Engineering Director’s retirement, she was promoted, making her the first black female director in the UK.
As engineering director she led a transformative energy reduction agenda where she had to influence her own team alongside our stores leadership to make tough step changes in our energy consumption. This meant driving her own team to innovate and helping the stores adapt to new ways of working. All the while making sure challenging targets were hit.
Former Olympian Christine trained to be a PE teacher, choosing to work in the inner Cities to inspire and motivate young people.
She represented Great Britain in the 60m 100m 200m and the 4x100m Relay Team. At 5 months pregnant she was approached to help coach athletes such as Christine Ohuruogu and Anyika Onuora. At present she coaches Laviai Neilson, currently ranked number one in Europe over the 400m.
She is also coach to the fastest year 8 over 60m, 100m, 150m, 200m in Europe. She is also coach to the fastest 11 year old female in the Country.She has helped athletes win Olympic Gold, World Championship Gold, Commonwealth silvers, European silver and gold medals, and World Youth (men) silver and Gold European Junior men’s Bronze medal European junior gold medal.