Head of Equality and Diversity at Birmingham City Council to speak at free ethnic communications seminar in Midlands

Head of Equality and Diversity at Birmingham City Council to speak at free ethnic communications seminar in Midlands

Mashuq Ally, Head of Equality and Diversity at Birmingham City Council, will be a guest speaker at a free ethnic communications seminar set to take place at the Crowne Plaza Birmingham on Wednesday 10 June 2009.

Following its success in London, the award-winning ethnic communications agency – Rich Visions, will be hosting their first seminar outside of London in the cosmopolitan city centre of Birmingham.

The event targeted at central and local government, third sector, health and educational institutions, as well as corporate companies, aims to help organisations effectively communicate with Black Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities in the West Midlands and surrounding areas.

The seminar will provide an introduction to ethnic communications and assist delegates to understand the challenges in reaching and engaging with ethnic communities in the UK.

Mavis Amankwah, Managing Director of Rich Visions also said: “We are aware that the increases in diversity is not just in London and hope that our seminar will help to spread the messages for a more inclusive approach to marketing and bridge the gap.”

The event forms part of the Reaching the Unreachable Road Show which launched at the beginning of May 2009 and will also be heading to Bristol and Leeds later on in the year.

Spaces are limited. To book a place or for further information please contact Ruth Kagua on 0208 555 2200 or visit, www.richvisions.co.uk

Region: All
Start Date: 10/06/2009
End Date: 10/06/2009
Start Time: 10.30 to 17.30
Venue: Crowne Plaza, Birmingham
Venue Address: Holiday Street
Website: http://www.richvisions.co.uk
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Sponsorship: Not Available
 
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Name: Ruth Kagua
Phone: 020 8555 2200