28 October 2019 | Herpreet Kaur Grewal
Tevin Tobun, CEO and founder of GV Group (Gate Ventures), has joined Raheem Sterling and Meghan Markle on a list of the top 100 most influential black Britons in the UK.
Powerlist is an annual publication first published in 2007 in a bid to provide professional role models for young people of African and African Caribbean heritage.
The publication is sent out primarily to schools, universities and corporations looking to inspire and engage young black people in Britain.
This is the second successive year that Tobun, who founded his business in 2001, has made the list.
GV Group (Gate Ventures) is the holding company behind a number of brands offering logistics services to the food service sector, employing more that 300 people across the UK.
The company works across the commercial and public sectors to deliver food and food-related based supplies to restaurants, cafés, hotel groups, as well as schools and healthcare establishments.
Tobun works closely with colleges and universities to support the development of young people.