Successful Dyslexic Entrepreneurs Event 2018

A2i Dyslexia would like to invite you to our

Successful Dyslexic Entrepreneurs Event 2018

Which will be held: Date: Tuesday 6th March 2018 Time: 6pm-8pm. Venue: Battersea Library, 265 Lavender Hill, London, SW11 1JB This is a FREE event, which includes food and drinks. Please follow the link to eventbrite to secure your free tickets:

As part of Wandsworth Enterprise Week 2018, Three successful dyslexic entrepreneurs will be showcasing their businesses and talking about how they managed to set up their enterprise despite all the challenges they may have encountered as dyslexics. There will be a Q&A session, information and advice from our speakers about how to set up your own business.

The Speakers will be:

CHARLOTTE CHILDS - Dyslexic Creative Strategist Founder of All is Well Ltd Independent business consultant, a seasoned creative visual thinker, and marketing strategist.

LESLIE LEWIS WALKER - Dyslexic Managing Director Founder of Lewis Walker Media Videographer that works with businesses to create promotional videos, assisting businesses to increase their market reach.

DALE SMITH - Dyslexic Creative Director at Bridge Training & Events Founder and director of creation at Bridge Training & Events, talks organisational culture, building trust – and how anthropology is the key to understanding employee behavior.

The aim of our Successful Dyslexic Entrepreneurs speakers event is to encourage and inspire dyslexics to unlock their full potential through enterprise, entrepreneurship and bringing dyslexia awareness to the community.

This is a FREE event, which will include:

  • Guest Panel

  • Interactive Q&A

  • Networking with Self-made dyslexic entrepreneurs

  • Food & Drink

A2i Dyslexia contact details

Find us here

Caius House, 2 Holman Road, Battersea, London SW11 3RL 

(Landmark Pets at home)


Aspire2inspire Dyslexia CIC

(Not for profit Organisation)

Company number 10479373

07476 012 992

020 3818 6219 (Ext 3209)

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