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On 25th March 13:30-15:30 ACH are collaborating with The Centre for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship (CREME) to launch the Effective Digital Entrepreneurship & Business Support (EDEBS) for Refugees Project.
The purpose of this launch event is to introduce EDEBS, a two-year project aiming to reinforce the launch, stabilisation and growth of 500 non-EU migrant businesses through personalised business support across the West of England and West Midlands.
- Opening Speeches – Prof Monder Ram OBE, Director CREME and Fuad Mahamed, CEO ACH
- The EDEBS Project – ACH, The University of Bristol and the West of England Combined Authority
- Panel Session, featuring Councillor Paulette Hamilton Omran Habbal, Birmingham Enterprise Community and Ian McLaughlan, GBSLEP Growth Hub – Supporting Migrants and Refugees: How Do We Take This Agenda Forward?
- Break Out Session
- Closing Remarks
Register your free place here and join us online to become part of this insightful launch event.