The Belonging Summit convenes disrupters, change makers and innovators from around the world to explore inclusion through the lens of brand, technology and people.
Spun out of Colorintech, Belonging brings individuals together to experience and learn from thought leaders and discuss the issues and opportunities that lie ahead.
Sharmadean Reid is the Founder and CEO of Beautystack. Her mission is to use technology to economically empower women in the beauty and wellness industries, globally. A former fashion stylist and brand consultant who started WAH as a hip hop magazine for girls in 2006 while still at university. She then founded WAH Nails as a side project in 2009.
WAH completely changed the beauty landscape with its millennial voice, feminist attitude and innovative salon space. She then wrote two books, delivered global pop up nail salons for 100s of brands, created a product line with Walgreen Boots Alliance and was awarded an MBE from HRH Queen in 2015 for services to beauty.
Alongside all of this she shared her journey by organising business events for young female entrepreneurs culminating in futuregirlcorp.com.
In 2016 she opened a dreamy salon in Soho, London, showcasing a Virtual Reality Nail Design app in collaboration with DVTK. She is constantly looking for ways to push the salon experience further through technology.
With her experience from WAH, she founded Beautystack, a new way to book beauty through images.
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Sian Keane joined Farfetch in December 2012 and is currently the Chief People Officer. She guides the company's global people strategy and champions a focus on culture, engagement and the development of people by managing the implementation of company values, global career ladder and global employer brand.
Caroline Dinenage was appointed Minister of State for Digital and Culture in the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport on 13 February 2020. She was Minister of State at the Department of Health and Social Care from 9 January 2018 to 13 February 2020 and Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Work and Pensions from June 2017 to January 2018. She was Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Women, Equalities and Early Years at the Department for Education from July 2016 to June 2017. Caroline was elected Conservative MP for Gosport, Stubbington, Lee-on-the-Solent and Hill Head in 2010.
Paula has over 20 years of private equity and investment experience with early-stage companies and is an expert in developing and deploying targeted investment funds, including Oakland, California's equity fund; Axxon Capital’s $54 million fund for women/minorities business; and Triumph Capital’s $800 million in economically targeted and other funds.