Our enterprise programme consists of two different types of event which we put on for our clients and contacts within the industries we work; Hacks and Networthing. Hacks refers to curated training sessions in which we aim to teach clients quick win techniques for achieving tangible results that actually make a difference. Formed from our frustration of going to training sessions jam packed with jargon and useless acronyms, Hacks aims to cut through the noise and get straight to the heart of the issue. Designed as networking made worthwhile, Networthing is our dedicated thought leadership programme which draws a selection of the industry’s most influential minds together for a private discussion about an issue facing the sector. Whether we focus on global plastic waste or women in business, the Networthing sessions ask the tough questions and draw insights from people with the power to make a real change. After each event, a report is pulled together to outline the findings and create a strong call to action for the industry to rally behind.


Women In Business

The Women in Business Networthing session drew together
a diverse group of influencers and interested parties for an afternoon discussion on one of the focal issues facing our industry. Focusing on women in business, the session posed the question, ‘How can we ensure that women receive equal opportunities to men in the workplace?’


The session, compered by Fay Sharpe, founder of female mentoring programme Fast Forward 15, aimed to gather the thoughts of key industry voices to provide a road map for best practice which could be used to inform companies on the best way to foster gender parity in their business.


The session was a huge success and nurtured a lively debate drawing voices from all areas of the industry. After the event an in depth report was created outlining discussion points and areas where attendees felt the industry could do better. This report was then pitched to press and used to form a feature around mentoring and the power it has in ensuring women are treated fairly in the workplace.

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