SUPPORTING AND EMPOWERING BLACK FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS IN GREENWICH
- Multiple DatesThu, 10 FebVIA ZOOM10 Feb, 18:00 – 15 Dec, 19:30VIA ZOOMBFEG Women's centres are specialist community 'one- stop-shops' which provide services for Black women involved with multiple challenges in our community. Women’s Centre is run by local women for the benefit of local women, and our aim is to empower women in our community to help them achieve their
- Multiple DatesWed, 30 NovWoolwich Library of Things30 Nov, 12:00 – 14:00Woolwich Library of Things, Woolwich Centre Library, 35 Wellington St, London SE18 6HQ, UKBFEG Sewing Amendment Workshops popularly know in Africa as Obioma Taylor, especially in Amendment of local community people clothes that require adjustment and repair , they provide this service to your door step. As part BH365 2022 BFEG is bringing this free service to Woolwich Library join us .
- Multiple DatesThu, 08 DecWoolwich Library of Things08 Dec, 11:00 – 17:00Woolwich Library of Things, Woolwich Centre Library, 35 Wellington St, London SE18 6HQ, UKBFEG Black History Popup Market is Platform to showcase Product and Services of Black Entrepreneurs and small Business owners. It creates an venue for startup and existing business owners to advertise and sell their product and services Through networking, socialise and sharing ideas with each other
- Multiple DatesFri, 27 JanWoolwich Common Community Centre27 Jan 2023, 16:30 – 19:30Woolwich Common Community Centre, 17 Leslie Smith Square, London SE18 4DW, UKjollof rice, is a rice dish from West Africa. The dish is typically made with long-grain rice, tomatoes, onions, spices, vegetables and meat in a single pot, although its ingredients and preparation methods vary across different regions. To be one of the 6 Cook taking part in the Competition email
- Multiple DatesMon, 30 Janhttps://www.facebook.com/BFEGreenwich
Black Female Entrepreneurs Greenwich (BFEG) is non profitable making organisation set up to support Black Female Entrepreneurs in Greenwich with the tools and mind set to start up their own business and move to the next stage and also those who are about to start up their own businesses especially local women who have ideas and talents, but lack the opportunity or platform to showcase and exhibit their skill and work. We equip our members with techniques and strategies to grow and expand their businesses by creating and establishing markets for the promotion of product and services of Black Female entrepreneurs. Our Motto is networking, exchanging and sharing ideas to promote women empower. We are open to partnership and funding that will support and assist our project to support the wider community through our transferable Skill project for young people and women
Our focus is to help you to develop your ideas, however small. We prepare you with the skills to access the government and private sector contract, design the wholesale program, build an online sales network which play a big role in the digital market exploit .
BFEG Community Boutique create a market place for product and goods produce by our member to be sold and exhibit.
It is a unique community boutique which specialise with contemporary African Designed Product, it also offer Consultation and Business mentoring .
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Women in our network are from various black ethnicity.
BFEG Aim to Support Black Female Entrepreneur in Diaspora, Africa and Caribbean
Businesses such as, catering, restaurant, tailoring, teaching, child care, healthcare, fashion designing, property, cosmetic, arts and craft.
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Practical Ways to Support you
Creating a Platform
Promoting products and services
We create a platform for black female entrepreneurs to showcase businesses and expand markets.