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The Skills Series

The skills journey taken by six industry leaders

About the event

A major issue in the UK is low interest in lifelong learning - 49% of adults who leave compulsory education have never studied again, not even informally.

We want to encourage a more positive attitude towards continuous education, learning and development.

We take a deep dive into the skills journey and career insights from a diverse range of industry leaders. Their attitude toward learning will blow you away. 

If you’re a career-seeker or thinking about a career change, you don’t want to miss these insights.

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Daniel Gilbert​ - Founder & CEO, Brainlabs

Daniel was named #1 in PPC Hero's Most Influential PPC Experts in the World list (2018), one of the most influential people in digital by Ecoconsultancy (2018). 

Learn about the skills that helped become a leader within the tech industry.

Jazmin Tanner - Co-Founder, Project Z

Jazmin has been recognised as an Aspen Ideas Festival Scholar, World Economic Forum Global Shaper, National Black MBA Association DC Mentor of the Year, and Inductee of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women.

Learn about the skills that helped her become a social impact champion.

Katie Vanneck Smith  - Co-founder & Publisher,  Tortoise Media

Katie was named Pioneer of the Year at the 2016 British Media Awards. She's held lead roles at the likes of Dow Jones, publisher of The Wall Street Journal,  Telegraph Media Group and The Times.

Learn about the skills that helped her become a media juggernaut.

Bami Kuteyi - Director & Master Trainer, Bam Bam Boogie

Bami is a Prince’s Trust Young Ambassador and has launched the UK’s first Twerk app while working with some of the top companies in the world including Facebook, Marvel, Google, Nike and more.

Learn about the skills that helped her become a fitness and body confidence leader.

Natalie Campbell - CEO, Belu Water

Natalie is an award-winning social entrepreneur. She is CEO of Belu Water, the UK’s most ethical water brand and previously led on insight and innovation for The Royal Foundation and co-founded A Very Good Company (AVGC), a global social innovation agency.

Learn about the skills that helped her become a serial social entrepreneur.

Marvyn Harrison - Founder, Dope Black CIC

Marvyn is the driving force behind Dope Black CIC, an educational and healing platform designed to improve the outcomes of black people. He is a leading voice on community strategy across the UK and beyond.

Learn about the skills that helped him become an expert community builder.

You've come along way! 🙌


Don't forget to join our community before you go.

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