Beatfreeks want to help you tap into that power; unlock deep insight into what they think the city’s biggest opportunities and challenges are and help you to find better ways to build on that wisdom in a way that improves your city, your business, your citizenship.
Building on the unparalleled success of the Brum Youth Trends Summit in 2018, we’re back on Thurs 24th October 2019 at Town Hall Birmingham, bringing together over 400 people to get first access to the 2019 report.
Deborah Cadman CEO West Midlands Combined Authority said:
“With so many well informed, talented and passionate young people living in Birmingham we have the opportunity and frankly the responsibility to place them at the heart of everything we do for the future success of our city and of our region. We are home to immense talent that will be part of the future development of this great place.”
At Brum Youth Trends Summit you can expect:
- Hear from key decision makers and from young leaders about how the report will influence they way they think, work and interact with the city
- Explore data art, hear stories and see performances
- See the trends and predictions that we feel will impact youth culture in Birmingham in 2019 and beyond.
This year's Summit speakers will include:
- Charlie Brinkhurst - Head Of Editorial of gal-dem
- Doreen Foster - Director of Warwick Arts Centre
- Tom Kirby - Mencap Ambassador
- Liza Belozerova - Program Manager at Google.org
- Tobi Kyeremateng - Founder Of Black Ticket Project
- Rob Valentine - Regional Director
Register for the event here.
Beatfreeks is supported by the Birmingham arts charity, Town Hall Symphony Hall.