BTEG (Black Training and Enterprise Group) 25th Anniversary: The Inspire and Challenge Lectures – Business Instinct, Brooks Building, MMU, 24.11.16

Last year BTEG celebrated twenty five years of working across the public, private and voluntary sectors to champion national and local action to reduce racial inequalities. To mark this important milestone BTEG organised three Inspire and Challenge lectures where speakers delivered new and future facing perspectives on criminal justice, education and business.

In Manchester on 24 November 2016, 5:30-8:00 pm we had the following event:

Business Instinct: Young Ethnic Minorities Must Be The Future Producers And Not Just Consumers

It had the following guest speakers: Professor Monder Ram, Birmingham University, Kamilah Francis –  a young entrepreneur and Jeremy Crook OBE, CEO of BTEG.

There were a limited number of places available and people were advised to book by clicking here

The event was supported by:

Grace Incorporation Faith Trust (GIFT)

Manchester Metropolitan University (Critical Race and Ethnicity Research Cluster)

Here are some tweets to give you a flavour of the evening:

Further lectures to be held were:

7 December 2016: Education at SOAS, University of London

17 January 2017: Celebration/drinks reception at the House of Lords

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