Next Event - Women In Sponsorship
Our next event will take place on the 25th February 2019 at the Roundhouse, London and will run from 4.00pm - 7.30pm. Tickets to attend the event cost £37.50 + VAT (£45.00) and can be booked by clicking here
The Women in Sponsorship initiative is run in conjunction with The UK Sponsorship Awards and brings together women working in the UK sponsorship industry to network and share best practice ideas. Around 100 attendees generally attend the events representing a broad mix of the sponsorship industry. The events typically sell out so early registration is recommended.
The event presents an opportunity to connect with other professionals in the sector.
Our event programme is below and focuses on career development within the vibrant sponsorship, partnership and fundraising sector. We will host three Q & A discussions with women working in our sector at different junctures in their career. These discussions will be facilitated by Catherine Hawkins with questions taking from the floor.
4.00pm - Registration and refreshments
4.30pm - Welcome Address & Opening Q & A: Katie Traxton, We Are Fearless
5.00pm - Short break and refreshments
5.15pm - Second Q & A: Jodie Fullagar, Managing Director, M&C Saatchi Sport & Entertainment
5.40pm - Drinks Break
6.00pm – Structured Networking Session (facilitated networking session via a 'speed dating' style session)
6.30pm – Third Q & A - Leena Patel, Global Strategic Partnerships, Deloitte
6.55pm - Informal networking over drinks and light refreshments
7.30pm – Event Close
If you want to be added to the Women in Sponsorship mailing list please join by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Well, you've done it again! What a great event. Well done!Sophie Morris, Millharbour Marketing (October 18)
This group has really taken off and I'm so pleased to see it doing so well and that you're thinking about how to expand it.
Thank you for putting on such a great event – at such an affordable price for a smaller charity like ours. Speakers were great and the speed networking was really valuable!Lyn Prodger, Action for Kids (October 18)