Redbridge Entrepreneurs club
Tuesday 28 March 6.45-8.45, York room, Ilford library
Speaker: Anderson Boyce of Hair Force One – a barber with a vision
Business is hard graft. You eat it and sleep it. So the first thing is you must believe in your business yourself. After that, don’t let others pigeonhole you. People will have their ideas and assumptions about you and your business but it’s yours to shape and lead. For me, there is no way I’m going to be pigeonholed. I’m a barber for black AND European hair. I know about all hair types and my salons are for everyone. Anderson Boyce
Anderson was brought up in Ilford and established Hair Force 1 in the area nine years ago. He’s had national and local publicity recently because of his free haircuts offer for young people going to job interviews.
Anderson is happy to share the ups and downs of his business and pass on some tips. He is currently running two salons and is working with apprentices.
This will be a learning and networking opportunity for all start-ups, micro businesses and community groups wanting to learn business skills. It may be of particular interest if you work with youth, offer a service, want to work with apprentices, offer training, or are in retail.
Anderson is keen to meet local businesses and to learn from you.
This is the last of the Entrepreneurs’ clubs funded by Enterprise Desk. This is free to attend. From now on there will be a entry fee for those not yet signed up as members. Info on membership here. Booking is via Eventbrite please.
We have ongoing resources available on our Enterprising Redbridge website which is aimed at community groups but open to all