Weekly Newsletter #54: Let's Talk Diversity + Discount Theatre Tickets, Crowdfunding, New Jobs + More

Let's Talk Diversity + Discount Theatre Tickets, Crowdfunding, New Jobs + More!

 

 

 

Hey BYP Network, 

 

We hope you're having a great week. It's the first week of May and we've got our Tech Unmasked event in collaboration with Accenture this Thursday. We can't wait to see our members connecting, learning and being inspired! 

 

Want to attend but missed out before? We've got 5 spaces up for grabs so be quick! Sign up here

 

 

What else is on our mind this week? We're thinking about diversity! 

 

Our latest podcast episode with Warwick Hunt, COO of PwC UK is out and our founder and CEO, Kike Oniwinde, is discussing diversity in all its ways - diverse organisations, diverse opportunities and diversity of thought, and why it's essential that companies need to continue to think outside of the box.

 

From career advice for millenials, to what board members should be doing in the boardroom to change their workforce, there's some pearls of wisdom here. 


You can listen on iTunesSoundcloudBuzzsprout Spotify.

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Wondering what else we have for you this week? You can pre-register for our BYP Senior Leadership Conference in September from now, and we're looking for senior leaders to speak! We've also got new job roles, a brand new blog post all about what you should know before you enter into the working world, discount theatre tickets and London's coolest new Nigerian-tapas restaurant is crowdfunding. We hope you enjoy reading! 

 

Have a great week!

BYP HQ

 

BYP Senior Leadership Conference 2019

 

 

 

On Tuesday 3rd September at Leonardo Royal Hotel, we'll be welcoming the UK's top young black professionals, senior leaders and corporations. You’ll learn high-level skills from leaders across a range of industries, make impactful connections and be equipped by innovative companies to tap into your own leadership potential.


Our first sponsors of the year include Accenture, Bloomberg and the Guardian, and we'll have senior leaders and special guests from our podcast and across the country in attendance (to be announced very soon).

What else can you expect? We'll have talks on:
- Diversity & Inclusion
- The Future of AI
- The Young Black Entrepreneurs Changing the Tech World
and much more.

It's going to be UNMISSABLE.

To ensure you don't miss out, pre-register here now.  

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Would you like to speak at our conference? Do you know a senior leader in your organisation who would be perfect?


For the opportunity to address a crowd of black professionals at our 2019 leadership conference, register your interest by filling out this form here.

 

 

The BYP Referral Scheme - Want to earn £££? 

 

 

 

Want to help us? Can you connect us to your employer? 

 

We want your company to exhibit at our leadership conference! With over 800 black professionals in attendance, this is the chance for your organisation to engage with our black senior leaders, talent & other innovative companies who believe in diversity and inclusion.


We're looking to speak to someone in your organisation who works in:

HR
Talent Acquisition
Employer Branding
Diversity & Inclusion

 

Fill in our form here if you're interested in connecting BYP to your organisation and we'll send you an email template to forward on.

 

For every successful referral, we'll pay you £100!

 

 

New Roles at Crest Nicholson, Cass Art, Multiplex and more!

 

 

 

We are delighted to announce that we have new roles at Crest Nicholson, Cass Art, Multiplex, Matterport, NATILIK, Deloitte and Expotential-e.

 

Check out ALL our job roles by clicking the link here! 🏿

 

We also have new roles from Accenture on our job board, including Operations Graduate Programme, Finance Graduate Programme and Test Automation Specialist. We've also got roles at DeepMind, Soho House, Deloitte and more.  

 

Apply here for Accenture roles!

  

 

BYP Blog

 

 

 

This week on the BYP Blog, our writer Korianne Muya talks about the things she wishes she'd known before working.

 

After 5 years of studying my first taste of full time work was a rude awakening. On the first day of my new job, I said to myself over and over “what is this?”. The concept of working in an office was foreign to me. Sitting behind a desk and being delegated to was odd. I almost felt like I was a baby again.

 

Read more here.

 

 

Chuku's Crowdfunder!