AFRICANGLOBE – Europe’s largest business, culture and lifestyle show for Black business and entrepreneurs BEX LIVE International is coming to Birmingham Eastside on Saturday, 4th October, 2014.
BEX LIVE International is an extravaganza of an event the whole family can enjoy in, coming to Birmingham Eastside at two venues two minutes’ walk, South and City College Birmingham, Digbeth Campus and the Custard Factory, the heart of Birmingham’s Creative industries. With BEX Live East Midlands and BEX Live North West taking place earlier this year this event will be an inspirational and stimulating experience for the general public and businesses involved. With an expected turnout of 1000 people or more, this event will be nothing more than spectacular.
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BEX LIVE International is an exhibition of small and medium size enterprises but not exclusively by black business owners, entrepreneurs, agencies and charities, which provide services and products to the black community and wider market, increasing their brand awareness and raising their profiles.
A seminar program, which focuses on key issues such as business startup, finance, sales marketing, enterprises with Dr, Christopher A Johnson, author of British Caribbean Enterprises, the leading publication on Black business in Britain, Camilita Nuttall, Global Business Leader and social issues such as health and well-being, education, legal matters with Karen Bailey of Bailey Wright and Co Solicitors and much more.
An entertainment package including hair and fashion with Destiny Walton Brown clothing, Tamara Joseph and others, poetry, music, children’s entertainment, dance and competitions such as ‘speedy ladies hair stylists’ and ‘battle of the barbers’ and much more
Bill Brown Chairman of Black Exposure Live CiC states that “the mission is to promote the growth and development of Black owned business and entrepreneurs to the wider market place showcasing their products and services as well as celebrating the Black Community and all it has to offer in creativity, entrepreneurship, consumer power and much more”.
There are sponsorship opportunities and marketing offers available for the business, entrepreneurs, vendors and charities. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01902 219319/ 07906994192/ 07931361023 or www.blackexpsourelive.co.uk or tweet #bexlive
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