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Welcome to Powerlist 2013, the sixth edition of the only annual publication that profiles the most influential people of African and African Caribbean heritage in the United Kingdom.
The list, which crosses a range of sectors, is put together by a very high-level independent panel, which, this year, for the first time, was chaired by Vivian Hunt a Director at the very well respected management consultancy firm McKinsey & Co.
This year there are 29 people on it who did not feature last year, such are the dynamics of what has become Britain's most respected minority ethnic publication. Purchase a copy to discover a host of inspirational men and women, many of whom you are probably unaware of.
Powerful Media works with some of the country's biggest names in banking, professional services, the law and various other professions to supply them with interns and graduate employees. Our clients include Barclays Capital, Credit Suisse, Deloitte and many more.We are always on the lookout for talented young people and so are they. Our job is to link your talent to the opportunities they have available. So, if you are an A-level student who is confident of obtaining a minimum of three As; an undergraduate who is on course for a minimum of a second-class upper degree; or a postgraduate student who has already achieved that standard in your first degree, we want to hear from you. We are not a recruitment firm and we won't treat you as just another job applicant. What we will do, though, is put you in front of world-class employers and give you the chance to show them why they need you.
Future Leaders is an annual magazine that profiles 100 of the best African and African Caribbean graduates in the United Kingdom.
Its main purpose is as a role model guide for youngsters, to show them what is possible if they work hard enough and stay focused and we send thousands of copies to schools. To qualify as a candidate for Future Leaders a person has to be able to demonstrate a strong level of leadership potential through their achievements in extracurricular activities that have taken part in.
Academically, they must be on course for a minimum of a second-class upper degree or its equivalent. And they must be of African or African Caribbean heritage and studying at a UK university.