Lunch and Learn: Moving an events business online

Bami Kuteyi
Bami Kuteyi

Posted: Wed 10th Jun 2020

Moving an events business online

Bam Bam Boogie was about to embark on a Twerk After Work world tour when the crisis hit. Founder, Bami Kuteyi, has built a business around offering twerk-inspired exercise classes and managed to move online in 48 hours.

Not only have they kept their existing clients, but the lockdown has given them an opportunity to try out new ways to deliver the service that will shape how the business moves forward. In this webinar, Bami shares her tips for moving an events business online and finding new customers in the process.

About Bami

Bami Kuteyi founded the international dance fitness brand Bam Bam Boogie when she was only 22 years old. She has since gone on to leave her full-time job at Google, to focus on empowering women and girls all around the world through 'Fearless Female Fitness'.

Bami launched the UK's first ever Twerk fitness app; Twerk After Work, and has shared her story with over 20,000 people around the world. She is a Prince's Trust Ambassador and has partnered with Facebook, Marvel, Google, and Nike, and has been featured in Vogue and MTV.

Bami Kuteyi
Bami Kuteyi
Bami Kuteyi, founder of Bam Bam Boogie a community that aims to form fearless women around the world through innovative dance fitness practices such as ‘Twerk After Work’. She talks about finding her identity and confidence via dancing, and of the course stories and memories that had a big impact on her life.

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