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SheHive London: They Learnt, They Networked & They Were Inspired | See Photos from SheLeads Africa Bootcamp

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The She Leads Africa team was excited to take their networking and learning bootcamp, SheHive, to London. Previous SheHives have been hosted in cities across the world including Abuja, Accra, New York, Nairobi and now London.

The event was hosted in partnership with Facebook at their London offices. Women from Congo, Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Ethiopia and more came together to celebrate their AfricanGirlMagic whilst learning tangible business and career skills from experts.

The SLA Team + The FB Africa Team

The SLA Team + The FB Africa Team

Speakers included

  • Yvonne Haizel, Lead African Investment Strategist, Mitsui & Co. Europe Plc;
  • Imad Mesdoua, Political Analyst at Africa Matters and BBC, Al Jazeera, and France 24 Guest Analyst;
  • Jessica Hope, Founder, Wimbart.com and PR guru for Jason Njoku’s iRokoTV

And many more.

See photos from the event:

She Leads Africa co-founder, Afua Osei

She Leads Africa co-founder, Afua Osei

Linzi Mutter from top law firm Latham _ Watkins talked about the basic legal issues all startups must address

Linzi Mutter from top law firm Latham _ Watkins talked about the basic legal issues all startups must address

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She Leads Africa will take the bootcamp to Lagos in October and then Johannesburg in November. 

She Leads Africa is a resource for African women who want to achieve their professional and entrepreneurial goals. If you’d like to learn more about us and the work we do, please check out sheleadsafrica.org/join

In the meantime, happy SLAying!

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BellaNaija is a media partner for She Lead Africa

 

7 Comments

  1. Tosin

    September 16, 2016 at 4:26 pm

    !

  2. madman

    September 16, 2016 at 4:45 pm

    **yawns**

  3. Aisha

    September 16, 2016 at 5:34 pm

    Looked so fun. Can’t wait until Lagos!

  4. Sammie

    September 17, 2016 at 12:35 am

    Keep deceiving yourselves. It’s a man’s world!

  5. Excited Much!!

    September 17, 2016 at 12:42 am

    Read about it on Tuke Morgan’s blog last year, really looking forward to the Lagos one in October, whoop whoop!!!

  6. Sheke

    September 17, 2016 at 6:24 pm

    Well done ladies. I’M just always concerned when Nigerians go to the diaspora to host a global event and all we see are Nigerians. Throw in 2 people from Ghana and 1 from Kenya and we can say Africans.

    • She Leads Africa

      September 22, 2016 at 8:54 pm

      Hey Sheke we had people from Algeria, Zimbabwe, DRC, Ghana, Ethiopia, Egypt and more. There were even some Jamaicans in the house so it was definitely a pan-African event.

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