The essence of community was the topic of discussion at the recent launch party of the BYP Network app – a technology startup connecting corporate companies with Black professionals looking for job roles and a career support system.

Dubbed as the ‘LinkedIn for black professionals‘, the app launch event was held last month at Cargo, Shoreditch and the focus of the networking party was a panel chat about community building, sharing ideas and growth challenges.

Panellists on the day were Kike Oniwinde (founder, BYP Network), Vanessa Sanyauke (founder, Girls Talk London), Ashleigh Ainsley (Co-founder, Colorintech), and Kemi Oloyede (founder, Young Black Teachers Network):


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