WOLVERHAMPTON BLACK BUSINESS NETWORK
To foster and maintain an economic growth and development of the Black businesses in Wolverhampton and create an environment in which businesses will flourish and contribute to overall economic activities of the region.
To achieve this we intend to focus on:
Access to Finance
We can help with directing you to the right place to apply for finance to help grow your business.
Our resources will educate and inform you.
Adopt best buying practice to ensure you are always getting the right deal. We can point you in the right direction.
We meet bi-monthly to share common experiences and identify priorities for action.
We are here to
Address the under-representation in the City
Feed into the Wolverhampton City-Wide business Strategies
Seek views from Black Businesses on how the City Council infrastructures can support them
Provide a forum for business engagement & entrepreneurship
Broaden the scope for international business connections
WBBN Board MEMBERS
The WBBN is now a CIC and welcomes new members to become Directors on the board.
Managing Director & Founder of SCA Management Consulting Ltd, an Enterprise Development Company
CEO and founder of Heritage Accounting Services and Divine Heritage Foods in Wolverhampton.
Executive Director – Women and Families Resource Centre Wolverhampton
OUR NEXT EVENT…
Friday 5th October 2018
Time: 10.00am – 1.30pm (Lunch included)
Venue: Bob Jones Community Hub
Role of ACAS
• Effective relationships and good practice in the workplace help organisations succeed and the economy grow.
• Acas provides expert and impartial advice on good practice, and support in finding solutions when relationships go wrong.