Join us for the Twenty Ten Club 5th Anniversary Dinner Party

Join us on Wednesday August 5 for a dinner party to celebrate the Twenty Ten Club’s 5th anniversary.

Hosted by Twenty Ten Club founder, Octavia Goredema MBE, the three course dinner will take place within the confines of the exclusive private dining room at the Malmaison, one of London’s most stylish hotels.

Connect with inspiring black female founders from across the capital at our intimate networking dinner.

A limited number of early bird tickets are now on sale.

We look forward to seeing you there!


Reserve your ticket for the Twenty Ten Club 5th Anniversary Dinner Party.


Remembering Amma Rose

Amma Rose at my farewell lunch in London

I first met Amma Rose on February 23, 2010. We were attendees at a conference for female led startups. I remember being super excited that the conference had a crèche and I had attended with my plus one, my baby daughter. In between popping back and forth to check on my baby I had the good fortune of sitting at the same table as Amma, her good friend Vanessa and a lovely lady named Cay.

Vanessa, Amma, Cay & I at the Women Mean Business Conference, February 23 2010

The four of us spent time chatting at our table in-between speakers and workshops and made the decision to keep in touch. From that chance encounter, the Twenty Ten Club was born.

Amma’s positivity was infectious. She had a warm smile and an even warmer spirit. When we first met, Amma was channelling her creativity into her greeting card business, Amzie’s Design. She gave her wholehearted support and encouragement to all of the Twenty Ten Club ladies at every step and was always there, no matter what, to participate in our mentoring programmes and school events.

Amma Rose at the Twenty Ten Club's teen mentoring evening at St Matthew Academy

Amma’s unwavering dedication to helping others led her to founding her own charity, An Evening with CKD, where, in her own words  “fundraising and creating awareness of chronic kidney disease is what I live for, it’s my purpose.”

Amma never once complained to me about the daily difficulties she faced from coping with her own health issues. Instead, she just wanted to know how I was doing and was always focused on what she could do to help others. She was so strong and so positive it never occurred to me that things would be any other way. I was shocked to the core to learn the sad news of Amma’s passing last week. It’s hard to believe such an amazing woman is no longer with us. It’s not fair, but I’m so very thankful that I sat at her table on that Tuesday afternoon in February five years ago.

Amma, you touched so many people. Your strength, kindness and positivity was, and always will be, an inspiration to me.

- Octavia Goredema


Meet Christina Moore

Calodema Media

Christina Moore is the director of Calodema Media. Headquartered in London, the British startup works across science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) to create communication strategies and programs for businesses.

Prior to launching Calodema Media earlier this year, Christina worked at the BBC as the digital business development manager for BBC World Service and Global News.

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Join us for dinner in London

Join us on Thursday March 26 for a Twenty Ten Club networking dinner in central London.


Jenny Garrett

The Twenty Ten Club connects, inspires and supports black female entrepreneurs and the enterprising women of the future.


On Thursday March 26 the award winning entrepreneur, author and business coach Jenny Garrett will host an intimate, inspirational networking dinner in central London.


Connect with trailblazing black female entrepreneurs from across the capital over a delicious three course meal. Get your ticket today!


Reserve your ticket for the Twenty Ten Club networking dinner


Interview an Entrepreneur

Jennifer Garrett
Reflexion Associates

Jenny Garrett is a sought after executive coach, broadcaster, speaker and author of “Rocking You Role, the how to guide to success for female breadwinners”

In addition to running the Reflexion Associates leadership consultancy Jenny mentors women entrepreneurs and executives internationally for the Cherie Blair Foundation and serves as Vice Chair of the Twenty Ten Club.

Jenny was interviewed by the students of St Philomena’s Catholic High School for Girls as part of the Twenty Ten Club’s “Interview an Entrepreneur” school programme.

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Sharing the achievements of over 100 black female business role models

Future 100 social enterprise award winner, 2010

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