Black Economics, the inaugural conference

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The ACE Conference – 12th May 2012. Earn More, Invest More & Value the Black Pound


Black Economics - a leading advocate of the Economic Empowerment of the African Diaspora, celebrates 7 years online, with its inaugural conference. 


The ACE Conference will be held in London on the 12th of May. 


ACE stands for Accelerate Commercial and Economic Growth.


The event aims to celebrate Black Entrepreneurship and Career Achievement while Inspiring & Motivating Others, in particular young people.  


A unique array of entrepreneurs will be speaking at the conference about how they succeeded, and what odds they had to overcome. 


A special guest from America will be Dr Jawanza Kunjufu, who is the author of the book "Black Economics". He has built up a multi-million dollar business in America, and has written over 30 books.

Other Speakers include, Lee Jasper - who will be presenting on the economic status of black people in the UK today,


Mac Attram - will speak on Income Explosion and how he has managed to make many millions through sales and property.


Ope Bankole will speak on how businesses can use the power of the media.


Jak Beula will run a workshop in a Dragon's den style and Diana Powell will speak on how to raise funds for a charity or community group and turn it into a self-sustaining enterprise.


Khami Alexander will discuss climbing the Corporate ladder ... faster! And how she works with companies to enable ethnic minority employees to rise to senior levels.


The conference will be a positive solutions day.  


There will also be a mini-exhibition of businesses and a fashion show.


Venue: The Dominion Centre, 9 The Broadway, High Road, Wood Green, London, N22 6DS
£28 per adult, and £12 for 11 to 17 year olds.
Date: 12 May, 2012.  Time: 10am to 6pm. 

Refreshments  will be provided.



Dawn Grant: 020 8252 0192 or 0790 809 7351;

Pat Livingston: 0798 536 4398

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