Want to meet successful entrepreneurs and find out how they did it? Come along to CIDA's 2nd Entrepreneurs - The Next Generation event and find out how!
Organised by CIDA in partnership with Base N Rebels Entertainment, this event will feature guest speakers providing you with the perfect opportunity to hear some of the UK's most talented creative entrepreneurs discuss their paths to success. The event will be followed by drinks and the chance to network.
The panel on the night includes:
SBTV – Jamal
West London resident, Jamal Edwards, is the twenty-year old man behind online broadcaster and independent production company SBTV Global Ltd (SB.TV). His YouTube channel (www.sbtv.co.uk) boasts over 21 million views, with 25,000 subscribers, and tens of thousands of online fans through facebook and twitter.
Eddie Kadi is a UK comedian, presenter, actor and MC and has a bachelor of science degree in Media Technology from Kingston University. As a comedian he is renowned for his quick wit, clean comedy and unpredictable shows, Eddie Kadi’s awards include the BECA Award for Best Comedy Newcomer in 2006. He has sold out concerts at the Hammersmith Apollo, Hackney Empire and the IndigO2 (twice in 2009)
Talented. Ambitious. Driven. These are just some of the words that spring to mind when seeking to describe UK music’s brightest new star, Princess Nyah. Whether she’s laying down the vocals on a club anthem, rapping over a Hip Hop beat, being the boss of her own clothing label or cutting deals with industry execs, Princess Nyah is an artist and a businesswoman who is destined for big things.
Scorcher is a grime MC and producer from North London. With a successful clothing line Skywalker selling out of t-shirts, sweatshirts and hoodies, and a video production company Staple House, which had directed promos for Wiley, Boy Better Know and Scorcher’s recent videos, he has got his entrepreneurial cap on as well.
The Lane Suite, 12 Osborn Street, London E1 6TE
Book online. This event is free to attend.
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