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We have put together a team of highly qualified consultants and trainers led by Sunny Lambe. They are dedicated to providing quality services to all clients.

 

SUNNY LAMBE DipM, MCIM, MBA, PGCEFE, Chartered Marketer

Sunny Lambe was born in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria on 28 June 1959. He is the founder and managing director of SAL Associates Ltd and executive director of Black Business Initiative (BBI). He is a community leader, publisher of Ethno News magazine and a business management consultant with over 20 years experience ranging from general business management, advice, guidance, lectureships, and consultancy services covering public, private and community/voluntary sectors (social enterprises).

Sunny has worked on numerous government initiatives and projects such as the New Deal Self Employment Option, Neighbourhood Renewal Initiatives, European Social Fund, Neighbourhood Nurseries Initiatives, and many others. He has also been associated with a number of projects with community benefits such as CAP UK, Southwark Black Heritage Organisation, Southwark Youth Enterprise Project (SYEP) and many others.

Sunny also volunteers his time and skills to a number of community activities such school governorships, once chair of the Church of England Camberwell Deanery Synod and member of the Board Finance, Vice Chair of Southwark Alliance Enterprise Partnership Board, chair of Southwark Black History Month for many years, member of governing bodies of some local schools, colleges and many more.

On 13 May 2006, Sunny became a recipient of Southwark Civic Award ‘Honorary Liberty of the Old Metropolitan Borough of Camberwell’ awarded by Southwark Council for his contributions to the borough. He was also a finalist in the Gathering of African Best (GAB) Awards 2006, European Federation of Black Women in Business Awards 2007, and UK Black One Hundred Celebrity Photographic Exhibition 2007 organised by the University of the Arts, London College of Communications 2007.

In 2007, SLYEG (Sunny Lambe Youth Enterprise Game), a “making it happen for me” enterprise competition targeted at young adults between ages 16 and 30 across UK with entrepreneurial ambition was launched for the economic empowerment of young people in Britain.


For more information, please visit www.bbinitiative.com and www.sunnylambe.com

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