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Launch of the Afro Hair & Beauty Association (AHBA)

February 15, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

On Thursday February 15th, Hair Care Revolution (HCR) will host its first event of 2018, the highly anticipated launch of the Afro Hair & Beauty Association (AHBA).

The AHBA is the first organisation of its kind in the UK tasked with the privilege of representing Black British hair and beauty brands around the world. HCR founded the AHBA in 2017 to utilise an already established network to facilitate a much-needed support & developmental structure for the benefit of members of the association, as well as the wider community.

The launch will take place on Thursday February 15th at the Jamaican High Commission in Kensington, London. Opening the event will be the High Commissioner, Mr Seth George Ramocan. Award-winning management consultant in International Trade and former International Marketing Manager for the legendary Dyke & Dryden, Mr Rudi Page, will also lead a discussion on opportunities for trade in the industry, particularly with Jamaica. He is also the man who first coined the term ‘Afro hair & beauty’.

Guests will get to hear about the vision of the AHBA and meet the exceptional members of the newly-formed board, many of whom are highly-skilled game changers in the industry. The evening will provide unparalleled access to a powerful network of veterans and rising stars of the black cosmetics industry in the UK.

It’s an event not to be missed! We (The Renaissance Lady) team will be there to review and bring highlights of the momentous occasion.

The AHBA Launch takes place on Thursday Feb 15th, 6pm – 9.30pm at the Jamaican High Commission, 1-2 Prince Consort Rd, Kensington, SW7 2BZ.

Drinks and light bites served on arrival.


Hair Care Revolution UK
07960 486 750
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Jamaican High Commission
1-2 Prince Consort Road
London, SW7 2BZ United Kingdom
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