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Today Is Your Last Chance To Save Up To £100! 41 Corporate & Charity Speakers Reveal Fresh Insights For Strategic, Innovative, High-Impact Corporate Charity Partnerships.

Deliver Mutual Benefits & Growth, Measurable Results, Engagement & Long-Term Collaboration: Strategic, Innovative, High-Impact Corporate Charity Partnerships
Evolve Beyond The Traditional & Innovate Partnerships With In-Depth, Practical Insights Into Corporate Expectations, Strategic Alignment Of Purpose & Engaging, Long-Term Collaborations With Demonstrable Impact

6th Annual, One-Day, Practitioner-Led Conference & Networking Event, 3rd October 2019, Copthorne Tara Hotel, Central London - NEW VENUE!

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 Employee:

  1. Shape Innovative, Mutually-Rewarding Strategic Partnerships: Optimise strategic collaboration to deliver a meaningful, successful partnership with next-level impact
  2. Win & Embed Real, Two-Way Engagement To Drive Momentum & Impact: Keep it fresh and ensure everyone gets behind partnership initiatives to boost results
  3. Align Values, Measure Success, Deliver Mutual Benefits: Work together effectively to drive partnership growth and achieve strategic objectives on both sides
  4. What’s On Trend & What’s Coming Next? Explore the latest trends and new innovations on the horizon to maximise impact in the shifting partnership landscape
  5. “Our Partnership Journey” Innovation Case Studies: Hear the real stories behind the success with a focus on innovation strategy, volunteering and ROI
  6. Corporate Stream: Measure Impact, Demonstrate Value, Justify Investment! Proven, simple techniques to measure the benefits and impact of partnerships and secure business-wide buy-in
  7. Charity Stream: Quiz The Corporates! Insights into engaging corporates and winning their support: what do corporates want and expect?
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PLUS! Why Attend This Strategic, Win-Win Corporate Charity Partnerships Conference?

  • 41 Speakers In 1 Day! 23 Corporate Speakers, 18 Charity Speakers, 8 Joint Perspectives
  • Must-Attend 6th Annual Event!
  • Not To Be Missed Practical Advice
  • Practical Innovation Breakouts For Shared Experiences & Top Tips: A) Volunteering & Skill Sharing B) Fundraising & Payroll Giving C) Team Pride D) Local vs. National vs. Global E) Innovative Partnerships F) Student Volunteering G) Think Outside The Box H) Barriers To Innovation I) Digital & Social Media
  • Corporate & Charity Breakout Streams: Tailor your day to achieve your specific objectives
  • Quick-Fire Practical Advice Clinics One-On-One
  • Engagement: Panel Discussion & Q&A
  • Partnership Innovations & Future Landscape: Panel Discussion & Q&A
  • Facilitated Speed Networking
  • Open Q&A Forums + Experience Exchanges
  • Corporate & Charity Hot Topic
  • Limited Bursary Places Available
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PLUS, Win A Donation! Enter Your Charity Of Choice In Our Free Draw

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41 Corporate & Charity Speakers Tackle Your Toughest Challenges In 1 Day: Innovative, Strategic Partnerships • Engagement - Panel • Aligning Values, Mutual Success • Charity Stream: Corporate Insights • Corporate Stream: Measuring Impact, Securing Buy-In • Practical Innovation Breakouts • Partnership Innovations, Future Landscape - Panel • Our Partnership Journey Case Studies On Innovation Strategy, Volunteering & ROI 

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Deliver Mutual Benefits & Growth, Measurable Results, Engagement & Long-Term Collaboration: Strategic, Innovative, High-Impact Corporate Charity Partnerships
Evolve Beyond The Traditional & Innovate Partnerships With In-Depth, Practical Insights Into Corporate Expectations, Strategic Alignment Of Purpose & Engaging, Long-Term Collaborations With Demonstrable Impact

A One-Day, Practitioner-Led Conference & Networking Event, 3rd October 2019, Copthorne Tara Hotel, Central London - NEW VENUE!

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08.30 Registration, Morning Coffee & Objective Setting

09.00 GIC Welcome, Interactive Voting Introduction & Morning Co-Chairs' Opening Remarks

Morag Punton, Senior Corporate Social Responsibility Manager, Boots UK

 

 

Natasha Parker, Head of Corporate Partnership Development, Macmillan Cancer

INNOVATIVE, STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS

09.20 Identifying & Formatting Strong, Meaningful, Strategic Partnerships With Clear Objectives & Measurable, Two-Way Value

Elisa Moscolin, Sustainability & CSR Senior Manager, Santander

 

 

Victoria Coltman, Senior Corporate Account Manager, Alzheimer's Society

9.40 Open Q&A Forum

ENGAGEMENT: Q&A PANEL

09.50 Getting Employees On Board & Boosting Wider Engagement To Drive Partnership Momentum & Achieve Long-Term Goals

Nishma Shah, Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability Manager, Roche Products Ltd

 

 

Suzanne Roe, Senior Manager - Corporate Responsibility & Community Relations, E.ON

 

 

Lorna Taylor, CSR Manager, Société Générale

Holly Gray, Community Investment Manager, British Airways

 

 

Kathryn Baddeley, Head of CSR, Cisco UK & Ireland

 

 

Adele Turnbull, Senior Partnership Manager, Regional Corporate Partnerships, NSPCC

OUR PARTNERSHIP JOURNEY: STRATEGY & INNOVATION

10.20 Building An Effective, Strategic Partnership WIth Long-Term Success & Impact: Our Journey

Jo Curtis, Head of Community (Interim), B&Q

 

 

John Hibbert, Head of Account Management, Shelter

 

 

10.40 Morning Refreshment Break With Facilitated Speed Networking

11.10  Bonus Session; Reserved For Exclusive Conference Partner. For more information on how to get involved, please call +44 (0)20 3479 2299 or email partner@partnershipsconference.com.

OUR PARTNERSHIP JOURNEY: VOLUNTEERING

11.30 Harnessing Volunteering & Skill Sharing As Part Of A Win-Win, High-Impact Partnership: Our Journey

Sandra Hennessy, Social Impact & Partnerships Manager, RB

 

 

James Sutton, Head of Corporate Partnerships, Raleigh International

11.50 Open Q&A Forum

12.00 Please make your way to your dedicated corporate or charity breakout

CHARITY STREAM: WHAT CORPORATES WANT! Q&A PANEL

12.05 Stand Out From The Crowd! Practical Advice For Understanding What Corporates Want & Expect To Capture Attention & Engagement & Win Valuable Support

Nick Hart, Head of CSR, Turner EMEA

Dulcie McDermott, Head of High Value Partnerships, Make-A-Wish UK

Rebecca Morgan, Inspirational Business Manager, Sky

Lucy Dormandy, Group Senior Manager - Corporate Responsibility, Aviva

John English, Charity & Community Manager, Costa Coffee

CORPORATE STREAM: MEASURING IMPACT, SECURING BUY-INQ&A PANEL

12.05 Demonstrate Value, Justify Continued Investment & Win Buy-In With Simple, Effective Methods For Measuring Partnership Impact

Laura Haigh, Corporate Responsibility Manager, L'Oréal UK & Ireland

Sara Heald, Head of Community Investment, Legal & General

Suzanne Scatliffe, Director, Corporate Social Responsibility, AXA XL

12.40 Lunch For Delegates, Speakers & Partners

13.10 Networking & Quick-Fire Advice Clinics

James Devenny, Senior New Business Manager, The Royal British Legion

13.40 Afternoon Co-Chairs' Opening Remarks

Alex Caine, Head of Corporate Partnerships, Movember

Marc Leckie, Head of Foundation, Harlequins Foundation

ALIGNING VALUES, MUTUAL SUCCESS: JOINT CASE-STUDY

13.50 Best-Practice Strategies For Aligning Key Goals, Values & Objectives To Reap The Rewards Of Partnership Success With Proven Benefits For Both Sides

Amy Whidburn, Head of Responsible Business, Diversity & Governance, Mothercare

Julie Shield, Corporate Partnerships & Trusts Manager, Bliss 

PRACTICAL INNOVATION BREAKOUTS: PEER DISCUSSIONS

14.10 Top-Tips, Shared Experiences, Inspired Innovations

A) Volunteering & Skill Sharing

Phil Pyatt, Chief Executive, TimeBank

B) Fundraising & Payroll Giving

Lorna Taylor, CSR Manager, Société Général

C) Team Pride

Kimberley Mitchell, Head of Corporate Fundraising, Stonewall

D) Local vs. National vs. Global

Anna Jackson, Global Partnerships, Conservation & Humanitarian, Jaguar Land Rover

Marnie Bourne, Corporate Partnership Manager, British Red Cross

E) Innovative Partnerships

Richard Ellis, Vice President Corporate Social Responsibility, Walgreens Boots Alliance

F) Student Volunteering

Andy Norris, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, University of Westminster

G) Thinking Outside The Box

H) Barriers To Innovation

I) Digital & Social Media

14.35 Breakout Feedback: The groups will come back together for the leaders to share key insights, ideas and advice taken away from their groups which could help drive future partnership success

OUR PARTNERSHIP JOURNEY

14.40 Warner Bros. Case Study

Jess Moore, Executive Director, Corporate Responsibility, Warner Bros.

Louise Perry, Managing Director, Chickenshed

15.00 Afternoon Refreshment Break With Informal Networking

MEASUREMENT & ROI

15.30 Identifying Shared Goals & Objectives To Deliver A Strategic Partnership With Excellent ROI For Both The Charity & The Company

Paul Glazier, Head of Corporate Partnerships, Alzheimer's Research UK

Beth Hurran, Head of Corporate Communications, Ricoh Europe

PARTNERSHIP INNOVATIONS FUTURE LANDSCAPE: Q&A PANEL

15.50 Exploring The Shifting Landscape & Trends Of Corporate Charity Partnerships to Understand What's Hot Today & What's On The Horizon For Innovative, Mutually-Beneficial Partnerships

Michael Duncan, Head of Giving Programmes, RBS

Henrietta Jones, Deputy Head of Corporate Partnerships, British Red Cross

Sophie Langman, Head of Corporate Partnerships, Cancer Research UK

Paul Grundy, Senior Partnerships Development Manager, Macmillan Cancer Support

16.30 Co-Chairs' Closing Remarks

PLUS! We Announce The Lucky Winner Of A Donation Towards Their Chosen Charity!

17.00 Official Close Of Conference & Chairs' Closing Remarks

Get Involved With The Strategic Win-Win Corporate Charity Partnerships Conference

Can You Help Organisations Get The Best Results From Their Corporate Charity Partnerships? For more information on how to get involved, please call +44 (0) 20 3479 2299 or email partner@partnershipsconference.com.

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