It’s time to close the laptops and have a different kind of fun!

After six intensive weeks in the SE Outreach Accelerator with Business Modeling, Social Value Proposition, PR, Impact Investment, Financial Managment, the 9 social entrepreneurs are ready to invite you for an After Work along with Musa Okwonga, a spoken word artist from Great Britain.

Musa Okwonga is a poet, author, sportswriter, broadcaster, musician and communications adviser – just to mention a few – and will kick off the evening with a spoken word poetry performance.

After that you will have the opportunity to enjoy African and Asian food and music, and if you are lucky you might witness the entrepreneurs’ unique dance talents – and who knows what happens next? (Please don’t be shy to show your talents too!)

Come and join us at The Hub on Friday March 8th for a different kind of After Work with international flavour.

     When: Friday, March 8th, 18:00 -21:00.
     Where: The Hub, Riddargatan 17D, 3rd floor.
     Cost: Free entrance.  Beer and wine available at a fair cost (cash only).
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See Musa Okwonga in action: 

More about Musa: 

Musa Okwonga is a poet, author, sportswriter, broadcaster, musician, communications adviser and commentator on current affairs, including culture, politics, sport, race and sexuality. A former City solicitor, Musa writes for the Financial Times, ESPN and The Independent and is a regular guest on the BBC World Service.  He is the author of two books on football, A Cultured Left Foot (Duckworths, 2007) and Will You Manage? (Serpent’s Tail, 2010), the first of which was nominated for the 2008 William Hill Sports Book of the Year.