Twenty Ten Club workshop connects students with leading Black women in business

The Twenty Ten Club is excited to host a special “Interview an Entrepreneur” workshop on Monday November 5 for St Philomena’s Catholic High School for Girls.

The Twenty Ten Club’s Interview an Entrepreneur school programme connects students with Black female business role models. The primary goal is to enable school students to gather valuable insights, helping to further their future aspirations and goals.

Founded in 1893 by the Daughters of the Cross, St Philomena’s offers exceptional education to girls and young women aged 11 to 18. Located in stunning grounds in Surrey, St Philomena’s is committed to helping their students achieve their very best.

The November 5 Interview an Entrepreneur workshop is supported by Sage Pay. Twenty Ten Club founder Octavia Goredema MBE currently features in the Sage Business Experts Programme.

Taking place at the central London offices of Sage Pay, the Interview an Entrepreneur workshop features a panel of leading Black women in business:

• Sharon Gaisie, founder of SAG Media
• Clare Eluka, founder of Premae Skincare
• Ronke Lawal, chief executive of Islington Chamber of Commerce & founder of RSL Management Services
• Jessica Elliott, founder of J’s Dance Factory, Dancing After School and JDF Management
• Anne-Marie Imafidon, founder of Avisami

Heartfelt thanks goes to our panel of entrepreneurs, Sage Pay, SAG Media, Reflexion Associates, Emi & Ben and Juliet Jackman for supporting our programme and helping to inspire the enterprising women of the future.

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For more information on the Interview an Entrepreneur school programme please visit www.twentytenclub.com/school-programme.

For more information on the Sage Business Experts programme visit www.sage.co.uk/business-resources/business-experts

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