The Digital Pipeline CEO, Bevil Williams, was invited to speak at the 22nd Annual Ethnic Minority Business Conference at Aston University in Birmingham last week held by the Centre for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship (CREME).
CREME is the leading centre for research on ethnic minority enterprise in Europe and is hugely contributing to the global understanding of enterprise. Based in Birmingham Business School at the University of Birmingham, CREME delivers leading-edge expertise on business support for ethnic minority entrepreneurs. CREME has transformed the 'perceptions' of ethnic minority entrepreneurs by working with business policy-makers and influential organisations to engage collaboratively with overlooked or disregarded business communities.
The Annual Ethnic Minority Business Conference is the highlight of CREME’s year. It recognises organisations and individuals who have made great contributions towards business in the UK and brings together key stakeholders to discuss key issues on diversity and enterprise.
Bevil shared his incredible entrepreneurial story at the event last week, which was said to be a delight by those whom attended. Andrew Maile, of CREME said -
“ It is a story that inspires, motivates and uplifts, and was told in such an incredibly humble and honest way. It was a privilege to hear and we were so honoured that he could join us on the night and share it with our ever growing CREME family ”
To find out more about CREME and Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship please follow the links below.