The Nia Black Business Hub (NBBH) is an innovative action research project led by The Kuumba Imani Millennium Centre in partnership with The Women’s Organisation. Alongside this partnership, Teach Consultancy is delivering the action learning programme. The NBBH will be Liverpool City Region’s first business incubation and support hub that focuses on supporting potential and existing black businesses*.
As part of this innovative programme, The Nia Black Business Hub is going live with their first business forum events online and you can sign up today for your free ticket:
The Nia Black Business Hub Forum: Introducing The Nia Black Business Hub
Thursday 8th July, 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
With the first in a series of business forums, this event will introduce The Nia Black Business Hub – an innovative action research project working across the Liverpool City Region. It will be the region’s first business incubation and support hub that focuses on supporting potential and existing Black Businesses and entrepreneurs. The event will be hosted by Michelle Charters (CEO of Kuumba Imani Millennium Centre) and Gloria Hyatt MBE (Teach Consultancy). The hosts will also welcome Paul Sesay to tell his story and discuss the challenges black communities face when starting and growing a business.
The Nia Black Business Hub: In Conversation with Dr. Yvonne Thompson CBE
Tuesday 20th July, 11 am – 12:30 pm
As part of a series of business forums, The Nia Black Business Hub will be joined by Dr Yvonne Thompson CBE. A campaigner and activist with over 33 years’ experience in the Communications, Marketing and PR industry, advising corporates, public sector, educational establishments, and government – championing equality, diversity and inclusivity in the workplace. We will be speaking to her about her story, as well as looking at how grow your own business. The event will be hosted by Gloria Hyatt MBE, Managing Director of Teach Consultancy who has been commissioned to deliver the action learning programme for The Nia Black Business Hub.
We hope you can join us and be part of these innovative events!
The Nia Black Business Hub
*We use the term Black to represent all non-white people and those who identify as racial minorities