We Have Exciting News!
Hello BYP Members,
We have some really exciting news about the future of BYP Network. We have been accepted into the final stage interviews of a very prestigious Silicon Valley (San Francisco, USA) business programme. This opportunity is a once in a lifetime chance to really accelerate our growth and provide opportunities to all black professionals around the world. On top of that, we will get the training needed to make BYP the best platform to provide you access to other black professionals, black businesses, black niche networks and the best jobs.
One of our markers of success is how many people refer BYP Network to their family and friends or colleagues. This is why we really need your help. We want to go in to our interview and show them how supportive our community is and how much they are rooting for our success.
All you have to do is click here: https://byp-network.lpages.co/join/ and sign up to receive a referral link. We even have prizes:
ONE referral: A Super Early Bird Ticket to our App Launch
THREE referrals: A Free Ticket to our App Launch
FIVE referrals: Exclusive access to £300 worth of BYP Conference Content (5+ hours)
THE MOST referrals: £250 AMAZON VOUCHER
There is a leaderboard so you'll know exactly where you sit!
Thank you so much for all your help so far. We are excited about the next phase of BYP Network, and we really can't do it without you.
WANT TO JOIN US?
We're still looking for BYP leaders. Wherever you're based, we want you to be involved! Read below to find out how you can be a leader and build your own community of young black professionals. All you need to do is send us your CV and a cover letter as to why you'd make a great BYP leader. Email us here.
WANT TO COLLABORATE?
Want to be a part of the cause but don't see yourself as a BYP leader? Our brand new app is launching, and we want to use this platform to allow black professionals to seamlessly connect with existing groups and niche networks. Whether it's through sharing events or highlighting important opportunities - joining this app will grow your community.
Want to get involved? There's no time like the present! Whether you're a BAME employee network, you have a Black women's reading group, or you're an ACS, this is the primetime to widen your audience and build your base!
We Want Your Stories
We're launching new series across our blog. Get ready for:
Industry Spotlight: An insight into all industries from telecommunications and manufacturing to media and publishing. Do you want to shine a light on the area you work in? If so, email us here.
Guest Blogs: We want to hear from experts and senior leaders about their journeys. Do you want to be interviewed by our writers? Eager to talk about your experience, what you've learnt and advice you want to pass on? Email us here!
Community Reads: Are you passionate about a cause that affects the black community? Whether it's race and identity or the ethnicity pay gap, we want to hear from you! Email us here to find out more.
We can't wait to hear from you!
Business Manager at Parktown Consulting
The ex-CEO of Odeon and head of Parktown Consulting requires supporting in managing his diverse portfolio of board, investment, advisory and philanthropic activities. This is an exciting opportunity for a curious, talented, energetic and focused person to accelerate their early stage development. Want to find out more? Apply here.
We're also looking for 10 BYP leaders to help us launch in 2020. Do you have leadership skills? Want to develop the BYP presence in your region? If so, apply for the role now! Benefits include accessing our global network, connceting with BYP leaders around the world, hosting events and much more!
We're also highlighting these great roles:
Fundraising Officer at The Faith & Belief Forum
Head of People and Development at Soho House
Financial Reporting Manager at Lloyds Banking Group
Head of Delivery at Unlocked Graduates
We've also re-opened the login page, so you can now get direct job alerts.
Want to see all our positions? Visit our careers board here.
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