Black Women Business Talks

Tuesday 15th October

6pm – 9.30pm

The Black Women Business Talks will offer Black women a space to learn effective growth strategies for business development and career success. With interactive talks and group discussions led by stand-out business women and senior leaders, this event will offer you practical advice and insights on how to be your best authentic self as a Black woman in industry, lead in whatever capacity you find yourself in and create success on your own terms.

This is one you do not want to miss. There will be a chance to network with speakers, business leaders and industry professionals, following the event.

Who is this for?
We invite all Black Women, Black Men and allies of the Black community who would like to develop, be inspired, and have real, honest and open discussion in an environment that supports learning and growth. Regardless of your race this is a fantastic session for you to attend.


Ama Amo-Agyei

Founder, Plantmade

Ama founded Plantmade after being fired from my job just before covid and was able to build her business to £6.2M in under 3 years. Ama is a risk taker, creative and goes against the grain in business to win.

Sandra Igwe

Government Policy Advisor, and is the Chief Executive of The Motherhood Group

Sandra Igwe is a Black maternal health advocate, Government Policy Advisor, and is the Chief Executive of The Motherhood Group, a leading organisation that supports the Black maternal experience by delivering community-based events (Black Mum Fest), maternal training workshops and conferences (Black Maternal Health Conference UK), peer-to-peer support, national campaigns (Black Maternal Mental Health Week UK), and culturally sensitive programmes commissioned by NHS England. The Motherhood Group also has a community hub in Lambeth Town Hall as a safe space for Black mothers and families.

Sian Gabbidon

Confident Northern entrepreneur

Sian’s business acumen and fashion prowess is what led her to join the BBC’s business-styled reality show, The Apprentice, in 2018. This decision catapulted her in the business world and entertainment industry, as she went on to become the first Black female winner of the show, securing investment from British business magnate, Alan Sugar.

ExCel London, Royal Victoria Dock,
1 Western Gateway, London E16 1XL