She Leads Africa Brings the SheHive to London! #SheHiveLondon

Calling all young, smart and ambitious women of African descent! Do you want to network with inspiring entrepreneurs and boost your own skills and career? You are invited to attend #SheHiveLondon, which will be held from the 18th to the 21st of August 2016 in London at Facebook’s offices. This 4 day professional bootcamp will involve workshops and training sessions covering topics that young professional women need to know in order to succeed. It is also an opportunity for you to network with your peers and connect directly with mentors and investors.
She Leads Africa is a social enterprise engaging and supporting young ambitious African women everywhere.  She Leads Africa organises ‘SheHives’ at different locations around the world. Here, young women who are looking to break through and get real results in their businesses and careers can connect with experts. Over the last 2 years, they have trained over 400 women, disbursed $50,000 in funding to African female entrepreneurs and facilitated investments of $1.2m to these entrepreneurs. The organisation has been featured on CNNForbes and CNBC Africa.
Speakers at this year’s #SheHiveLondon include:

And of course Movemeback’s very own CEO and Founder, Charles Sekwalor, who will be speaking on Saturday 20th August about how you can find your next opportunity back on the continent!
Tickets for #SheHiveLondon are quickly selling out so secure your spot as soon as possible! Find your passes and more details here.
Use your exclusive Movemeback 10% discount code: Movemeback@SheHiveLondon
Facebook and Bella Naija support #SheHiveLondon.

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    • […] It is often remarked that the only constant is change but this summer that statement seems long out of date, for the new constant appears to be an increase in the pace of change itself. Since we last spoke, the United Kingdom voted to exit the European Union with Nigeria flirting with recession; African currencies continue to leave us feeling short-changed and political change seeks to reign supreme from South Africa to the UK to the US. Yet in almost perfectly timed defiance, the African Union launched its visa-free passport, moving closer to the dream of visa-free travel on the Continent. And let’s not forget signals for all-change at the top for women, as the G8 edges closer to gender parity of its leaders, a Movemeback member at McKinsey contributes to publishing a report highlighting Women increasingly matter in Africa and our special friends at She Leads Africa round-off the summer by bringing their eagerly anticipated women’s movement to London. […]

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