Join us for a live screening of this event from the British Library, featuring groundbreaking entrepreneurs at the forefront of the UK’s cultural sector!
The UK boasts one of the world’s most dynamic, thriving and diverse creative landscapes on Earth. The cultural sector contributed £29.5 billion to the UK economy in 2017 and continues to surge upwards, outstripping economic growth for an unprecedented sixth year and now adding more to the UK economy than agriculture.
At the latest in the British Library's sell-out Inspiring Entrepreneurs series we’ll be hearing from the game-changing creative thinkers who are at the forefront of cultural change, and whose influence is felt every day in what we wear, watch, look at and listen to, and how we do it!
Don’t miss this opportunity to get the inside track on a sector that’s making a global impact, and get ready to put your burning business questions to our panel of cultural change-makers, moderated by Amy Lamé, London Night Czar.
Jamal Edwards, entrepreneur and founder of SBTV, the first new media business on YouTube.
Rick Lowe, founder of Brands In Limited, a leading supplier of licensed apparel and accessories to major fashion retailers.
Ade Hassan MBE, founder of Nubian Skin, a hosiery and lingerie brand dedicated to creating a 'different kind of nude'.
Local speaker on the night Ross Cox, local entrepreneur and founder of Dispace, delivering inspiring, flexible working environments wherever you are.
Doors open at 6pm.