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36 Leading Corporates & Charities Confirmed To Speak At The 5th Annual, Strategic, Win-Win Corporate Charity Partnerships Conference

Deliver Mutually-Beneficial, Long-Term, Measurable Results With Strategic, High-Impact Corporate Charity Partnerships
Fresh Insights To Best Align Strategic Objectives, Measure Impact, Boost Employee Engagement, Innovate Fundraising, Volunteering & Skill Sharing & Protect Reputation

A One-Day, Industry-Led Conference & Networking Event, 3rd October, Museum of London Docklands, London. Download The Brochure. Book Before 7th June & Save Between £100 & £300.

Get To Grips With The Strategic Goals At The Top Of Corporate & Charity Agendas & Overcome Reputational Worries To Form Truly & Demonstrably Mutually-Beneficial Partnerships Which Translate Into Long-Term Relationships & Fully Engage Employees

  1. Ensure Strategic Goals Are Aligned & New for 2018! Achieved! Develop mutually-beneficial partnerships to grow over the coming years
  2. Genuine Long-Term Employee Engagement: Next-level partnership communication strategies with fresh insights and new technologies
  3. Showcase True Value & Impact: Effectively monitor and report the ‘so what’ of your partnership to prove true value and ROI
  4. Achieve Significant, Long-Term Partnership Status: The nitty gritty of getting past the initial 1-2-3 years to maximise value and potential for both parties
  5. Meet Corporate Expectations & Strategies: Ensure your programmes tick all the right corporate boxes
  6. Harness The Latest Partnership Trends & Innovations: Advice on what’s hot at the moment
  7. Partnership Pitfalls & Fails! Best-practice tips and advice to tackle common hurdles
  8. Mutually-Beneficial Volunteering & Skill-Sharing Programmes: Fresh ideas to excite staff and fulfil CSR objectives
  9. Times Are Tough! Creative, Innovative Fundraising: Gain ideas, inspiration and advice on innovating your fundraising activities in the current, difficult market climate
  10. Safeguarding Reputation: Develop a solid PR and communications strategy to protect against negative press headlines and reputational damage

Strategic Partnerships • Employee Engagement • Value & Impact • Long-Term Strategic Partnerships • Charity Breakout: Corporate Expectations • Corporate Breakout: Trends & Innovations • Pitfalls & Fails • Volunteering & Skill Sharing • Fundraising • Reputational Risk

Why Attend The 5th Annual Corporate Charity Partnerships Conference?

  • 36 Leading Corporates & Charities Take To The Stage In 1 Day
  • Real-World Strategic Partnerships Joint Case Studies: Aldi & Teenage Cancer • Care International & Diageo • Heathrow & Duke of Edinurgh's Award • Asda, Fareshare & The Trussell Trust • Clic Sargent & Morrisons • TSB Bank & Sported
  • Pitfalls & Fails Panel! We Know It's Not Always Smooth Sailing... So Learn To Overcome Hurdles & Maintain Partnership Success
  • Separate Corporate & Charity Hot Topic Dedicated Breakouts: Choose Your Stream & Learn From Like-Minded Peers
  • 5th Annual Event With A 97% Satisfaction Rating Year-On-Year
  • 5 Networking Peer-To-Peer Debates Including: A. CSR B. Volunteering C. Pitching D. How long should a partnership last? E. Digital & Technology
  • Quiz The Corporates! Learn To Align Your Pitches & Strategies With Corporates' Expectations
  • New Central London Networking Venue
  • Limited Bursary Places Available! Book Before 7th June To Save £300!

Can you help corporates and charities drive partnership success and impact? For more information on how to get involved, please call +44 (0) 20 3479 2299 or email partner@partnershipsconference.com.

Book your exhibition stand and two delegate passes before 7th June for just £1,949 +VAT (save £550). Click here to book your stand. Please note that we have a limited amount of exhibition stand space available and stands will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis.

5 Years Leading The Corporate Charity Partnerships Industry & An Average 97% Satisfaction Rating... Here's What Previous Delegates Think:

  • "Exceeded expectations - a lot of food for thought from inspiring speakers." Gatwick Airport
  • "A great snapshot of the latest thinking in corporate partnerships from both sides of the fence." Arthritis Research UK
  • "Informative and well thought through. Diverse speakers." Alzheimers Research
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The Strategic Win-Win Corporate Charity Partnerships Conference Agenda. To View The Full Programme, Click Here.

08.30 Registration, Coffee & Speed Networking

09.00 GIC Welcome, Interactive Voting Introduction & Morning Co-Chairs’ Opening Remarks
Kathryn Baddeley, Head of CSR, Cisco UK & Ireland

REAL-WORLD STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS

09.20 Insights & Methods To Establish & Develop A Clear Strategic Partnership Synergy That Can Grow Over The Next 2-5-8 Years

John O’Maoileoin, Corporate Responsibility Director, Aldi Stores LtdLaura Zabel, Lead Account Manager, Teenage Cancer

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT - PANEL & Q&A

09.40 Take Your Communication Strategies To The Next Level With Fresh Insights & New Technologies For Genuine, Long-Term Staff Engagement

Paul Broadhead, Head of Community Investment & Education Outreach, Rolls-Royce Plc

Laura Haigh, Corporate Responsibility Manager, L’OréalEleanor Turner, Head of Corporate Responsibility, Prudential UK & Europe
Hannah Sardar, Internal Comms Manager, easyJet
Jonathan Collinge, Corporate Social Responsibility Manager, adidas Group North Europe

VALUE & IMPACT

10.10 So, What Has Changed? Effective Techniques For Monitoring & Reporting The Value & Impact The Partnership Has Truly Had, Not Just ROI

  • Lucy Dormandy, Group Senior Manager Corporate Responsibility, Aviva Plc
  • Henrietta Jones, Deputy Head of Corporate Partnerships, British Red Cross

10.30 Morning Refreshment Break With Informal Networking

11.00 Bonus Sessions Reserved For Exclusive Conference Partner. Can you help corporates and charities drive partnership success and impact? For more information on how to get involved, please call +44 (0) 20 3479 2299 or email partner@partnershipsconference.com.

LONG-TERM RESULTS

11.20 The Nitty Gritty Of Getting Past The Initial 1-2-3 Years To Ensure Your Partnership Transforms Into A Significant, Long-Term Partnership Which Maximises Results For Both Partners

Perspective One:

  • Verity O’Shaughnessy, Interim Partnerships Manager, Care International UK
  • Amanda Smith, Global Sustainability Manager, DIAGEO

Perspective Two:

  • Fiona Tice, Talent & Development Director, Heathrow
  • Caroline Glen, Head of Corporate Partnerships, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award

DEDICATED CORPORATE & CHARITY STREAMS

12.10 The Conference Will Now Diverge With Separate Streams For Corporate Attendees & For Charity Attendees

CHARITY BREAKOUT - CORPORATE INSIGHTS

12.10 Align Your Pitches & Strategies With Corporates’ Expectations To Optimise Your Chance Of Success & Ensure Your Programmes Tick All The Right Corporate Boxes

  • Redford Healey, Senior Ethical Trading Manager Supplier Management, Arcadia
  • Tom Harding, Corporate Affairs Manager, Asahi UK Ltd UK
  • Jonathan Collinge, Corporate Social Responsibility Manageradidas Group North Europe
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CORPORATE BREAKOUT - TRENDS & INNOVATIONS

12.10 Get To Grips With The Latest Trends & New Innovations That Could Take Your Partnerships To The Next, Strategic Level

Claudia Candiotto, Specialist, Corporate Responsibility EMEA, Hilton

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The Delegation Will Now Reconvene For Subsequent Sessions.

REAL-WORLD STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS

12.40 Insights & Methods To Establish & Develop A Clear Strategic Partnership Synergy That Can Grow Over The Next 2-5-8 Years

Tim Scott, Senior Manager, Community, Campaigns & Foundation, AsdaLindsay Boswell, CEO, FareshareSamantha Lane, Head of Fundraising, The Trussell Trust

13.00 Lunch For Delegates, Speakers & Partners

INFORMAL PEER DISCUSSIONS

13.30 Informal Peer-To-Peer Discussions

A) How Long Should A Partnership Last?
Eva Halper, Director, Corporate Citizenship, Credit SuisseSotonye Oye-Somefun, Associate Director, Major Gifts, Europe, Room to Read UKAndrew McCusker, Head of Education Finance, Opportunity InternationalNicola Hughes, Senior Corporate Partnerships Executive, Plan International UK

B) CSR Strategies
Eleanor Turner, Head of Corporate Responsibility, Prudential UK & Europe

C) Volunteering
Helen Walker, Chief Executive, TimeBank

D) Pitching
Alexander Killick, Head of Corporate Partnership, National Trust

E) Harnessing Digital Channels & Technology

14.00 Co-Chairs’ Remarks

PARTNERSHIP PITFALLS

14.10 It’s Not Always Smooth Sailing! Best-Practice Tips & Advice On Overcoming Hurdles To Maintain Partnership Success

  • Tim Scott, Senior Manager, Community, Campaigns and Foundation, Asda
  • Fran Fay, Group Director of Corporate Responsibility, FirstGroup Plc
  • Kate Gibson, Vice President Global Corporate Responsibility, IHG
  • Lucy Cargill, Director of Fundraising, MTV Foundation

REAL-WORLD STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS

14.40 Insights & Methods To Establish & Develop A Clear Strategic Partnership Synergy That Can Grow Over The Next 2-5-8 Years

  • Joanna Hancock, Head of Corporate Partnerships, Clic Sargent
  • Joseph Clark-Bland, Corporate Affairs Charity & Community Specialist, Morrisons

VOLUNTEERING

15.00 Insights Into The Latest Trends & New Opportunities To Harness For Mutually-Beneficial, Strategic-Level Volunteering & Skill-Sharing Programmes

15.00 Perspective One
Bola Gibson, Head of Community Engagement, TSB Bank

15.20 Perspective Two
Jane Boulton, Zurich Cares UK Manager, Zurich Community TrustKathryn Berry, Head of Member Services, Sported

15.40 Afternoon Refreshment Break With Informal Networking

FUNDRAISING Q&A

16.10 Gain Ideas, Inspiration & Advice On Innovating Fundraising Activities In The New Landscape To Maintain The Financial Benefit Of Partnerships

John English, Head of Charity Partnerships, Premier Inn

REPUTATIONAL RISK

16.40 Overcome The Challenges As Seen In The Latest Press Headlines & Ensure You Have A Solid PR Strategy To Protect Partnership Relations & Company Reputation

17.00 Official Close Of Conference

For more information or to get involved in The Strategic, Win-Win Corporate Charity Partnerships Conference, please call +44 (0)20 3479 2299 or email info@partnershipsconference.com.