Dope Black Men Breakfast

Tuesday 26th October  |  9am – 12.30pm

The inaugural Dope Black Men breakfast is taking place to provide a focus on Entrepreneurship, Mental Health, and Collaboration within the Black community. We welcome you to join us for a fresh start to the morning with breakfast supplied ahead of a packed agenda of inspiring talks and points of discussion.

We will be inviting senior leaders from a variety of sectors to share their insights into what it takes to achieve greatness through collaboration whilst maintaining a healthy state of mental well being. There will be a chance to network with industry professionals, and we will be providing an online platform to continue discussions long after the event has ended.

Who is this for?
We invite all Black Men who would like to be inspired, and have an innate desire to learn, grow, build themselves and others…

Contact
hello@dopeblackmen.org
management@blacksociety.co.uk

Speakers

Jermain Jackman, Political Activist and candidate for the Labour Party National Executive Committee

Wilfrid Obeng, Audiomob CTO

Nzube Ufodike, Audiomob Investments

Alex Holmes, Writer, Mentor and Podcast Host

Chris Cummins, Senior Leader and world-class Facilitator

Agenda

09:00 – 9:30 | Welcome Breakfast

09:45 – 10:15 | Keynote by Jermain Jackman – Importance of supporting
the next underestimated generation

10:30 – 11:15 | Startup spotlight – Audiomob – Building an audio In-game
monetisation platform, and raising venture capital by Wilfrid Obeng (CTO) &
Nzube Ufodike (Investments Advisor)

11:15 – 11:30 | Mental health check-in, and check-up with Alex Holmes
who is a writer, mentor, and podcast host. His book, ‘Time To Talk: How Men
Think About Love, Belonging and Connection’ is about men and mental
health

11:30 – 12:15 | Inspirational Panelists – Keys to Collaboration
Chris Cummins a vastly experienced senior leader and world-class
facilitator with a 17-year track record in the pharmaceutical industry, Chris
co-wrote Power Presenter, and is a licensed Master Trainer

12:15 – 12:30 | Closing remarks