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Navigating The Sustainability Curve: The New Impact Model for Professional Services Firms Marketing & Business Development

28 Jun 2022 12:00 - 14:00

Venue: TBC: If you are interested in hosting face to face then please contact us

Claire Mason, Founder and CEO, Man Bites Dog, and Alison Sharpe, Divisional Director and Head of Professional Services, Man Bites Dog

Registration 12 noon with a speaker start of 12.30pm to approx. 1.45/2pm

 

In this workshop Claire and Alison will explore:

  • The Sustainability Curve: A new model of impact for professional services firms. 
  • Transition Pathways: How can marketing and BD insert your firm into your clients’ net zero transition journeys to support their transformation. 
  • Thought leadership: How to support accelerating net zero through your marketing by genuinely advancing debate and avoiding greenwashing. 
  • Sustainability as a service: How the drive to net zero creates opportunities for new services to answer emerging client needs.

 

Claire Mason is an entrepreneur, NED, CEO and develops future thinking for intelligent brands to position them as leaders in the next economy. With twenty five years’ experience leading global strategic marcomms programmes, Claire and her team create signature campaigns for the technology, professional and financial services firms shaping the future of business. She has developed global thought leadership campaigns on subjects from the future of work and global trade, to financing the UN Sustainable Development Goals and Zeronomics (the economics of net zero transition).

An established keynote speaker, Claire is an active champion of sustainability, global trade, the knowledge economy, entrepreneurship and diversity and inclusion. Claire is campaigning to close the Gender Say Gap – a term she coined to address the underrepresentation of women and minorities in business and in public life – by increasing the visibility of thought-leading diverse experts.

 

Alison Sharpe is a seasoned and values-driven professional with over twenty years’ experience in the fields of communications, thought leadership and marketing. She currently heads up the professional services division at Man Bites Dog. Prior to this role, Ally was a Corporate Affairs Director at PwC, responsible for championing the firm’s trust agenda in the wake of the global financial crisis. This led to her involvement as a member of the Trust Advisory Group in The Business of Trust initiative, a City of London Corporation programme led by the then Lord Mayor of London. 

In earlier years, Ally led PwC’s Media Relations and Thought Leadership teams and enjoyed a secondment to Demos, one of Britain’s leading cross-party think tanks. Before PwC, Ally held a European Communications role at Deloitte, prior to which she managed its UK press office. Ally began her career in Public Affairs at the RSPB, Europe’s largest wildlife conservation charity, and followed this with a period at Profile Public Relations, an issues-based communications consultancy.

 

To register for a place please email gail.jaffa@psmg.co.uk or telephone  +44(0)7956 443745  

Event price: £130 + VAT    

Members receive a 50% saving on the full price and pay £65 + VAT 

 

Terms of Booking and Cancellation Policy  

Receipt of your booking indicates acceptance of liability to pay the attendance fee. Cancellations received in writing more than 7 days before the seminar will be refunded, less £10 administration fee. We regret that no refunds are allowed for cancellations or transfers within 7 days or for non-attendance. PSMG reserves the right to refuse admission if payment is not received prior to the event. 

Important note: The booking email constitutes a legally binding contract. It may be necessary for reasons beyond the control of PSMG LLP to change the content and timing of the programme, the speakers, the date and venue. Whilst every effort will be made to prevent this, in the unlikely event of the programme being cancelled, PSMG LLP will automatically make a full refund but disclaim any further liability.

 
 

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