04. July 2018 - 18:00 till 21:00
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WeWork London Business Seminar | 71-91 Aldwych | Wednesday, 04. July 2018

Our July event is held in Alwych at the Wework co working offices. WeWork is a global network of workspaces where companies and people grow together. They transform buildings into dynamic environments for creativity, focus, and connection. More than just the best place to work, though, this is a movement toward humanizing work. They believe that CEOs can help each other, offices can use the comforts of home, and we can all look forward to Monday if we find real meaning in what we do.
Our speakers for the evening include the Marketing and Brand Director of WeWork as well as the ex Springbok captain Bob Skinstad. Our charirty partern is Bhusbesi Pride - their story will be shared by one of their ambassarods who has volunteered on their program and spent time in Africa teaching rugby in rural areas.
Bob Skinstad
Having represented South Africa at all levels, including captaining the under 21 Springbok side in 1996 and 1997, and playing for the SA Sevens team in 1997, Skinstad made his début for the Springboks as a replacement on 29 November 1997 against England. In all he played 42 tests for the Springboks, scoring 11 tries.
Skinstad captained the Springboks in 12 tests, since 24 October 2003 before he retired from rugby. Skinstad started his own sports management company, Esportif, as a joint venture with Saatchi & Saatchi based in their London headquarters. He has worked as an analyst and occasional presenter covering the Super 14, Currie Cup and NPC Tournaments for Sky Sports.
Eduoard Platteua

Bhubesi Pride
Bhubesi Pride Foundation assembles teams of committed volunteers to carry out annual rugby coaching expeditions, using the sport as a tool for education and development in Africa.
Working with schools and communities in east and southern Africa, children unite through sport, local staff are empowered and meaningful partnerships are developed to ensure sustainable impact for the long-term. 
They align project activities alongside relevant partners – G4S being an instrumental partner for the Foundation – NGOs, national rugby unions, government departments, international schools and local businesses, bringing added value to relationship and capacity building.
Working in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia, Botswana, Namibia and South Africa, our objectives are to Unite, Empower and Inspire.