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Redressing Investment Inequalities & Supporting BAME Entrepreneurs

16/06/2021 @ 11:00 am 12:00 pm

On this episode of Elevenses with CEC we are excited to welcome social entrepreneur Kevin Osborne who has spent the last 30 years as a leader, producer and developer in the arts and creative industries supporting BAME talent.

Kevin has recently founded Create Equity, an investment fund that aims to redress investment disparities in the arts, social enterprise and commercial industries by supporting a new generation of BAME entrepreneurs and businesses.

In his discussion with host Rachael Brown Kevin will blow your mind with shocking stats about funding for BAME businesses and projects and inspire you with meaningful actions and ways that we can all lobby for powerful change.

Join us and learn about the work that Kevin is doing to aggressively create equality in funding and opportunities for BAME entrepreneurs.

More about Kevin Osborne

Kevin Osborne is a social entrepreneur, who has spent the last 30 years as a leader, producer and developer in the arts and creative industries supporting BAME talent. His latest project is Create Equity, an investment fund that aims to redress investment disparities in the arts, social enterprise and commercial industries by supporting a new generation of BAME entrepreneurs and businesses. 

Kevin’s career has been about finding better ways to cultivate and conserve the most precious resource there is: human potential.

In 2012, Kevin founded MeWe360, a social enterprise to support BAME entrepreneurial talent to reach its full potential and to promote a more equitable and representative sector. In 2019 he started Skin in the Game, a blog looking at current affairs, popular culture, and issues in society through the lens of race, identity, and power.

Kevin has worked as an executive producer in the music industry, a consultant in the arts, and has undertaken extensive research on BAME leadership at Bath University. Kevin was a member of the Clore Leadership Programme

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Date:
June 16
Time:
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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