Event: Manchester Culture Club

Posted in Employee, Reporting and Events on 14 November 2019 By Molly McKinnel, Marketing Executive

The latest in a series of events to explore the importance of brand and culture in driving business success.

2020 is arguably the year of culture. The importance of 'the way we do things around here' is being recognised as a key driver for growth. And changes to UK legislation now requires businesses to report on purpose, culture and employee engagement. 

Business leaders are grappling with how to assess and define culture and how to tell the story in a meaningful way both internally and externally. In the latest instalment of our successful series, we will give insights into what is required, how business, brand and culture strategy align, and examples of how companies are shaping their narrative and culture.

Panel

Sheila Fitzsimons
Consultant, Q5 Partners

Carrie Westwell
Director of People and Culture, Peel L&P

Darryl Mead
Head of Employee Experience, Emperor

Helen O’Brien
Creative Director, Emperor

Keith Taylor
Head of Brand, Emperor

Event details

Thursday 27 February 2020 
5:30 - 6:30 pm (Drinks served from 5pm)

Manchester Art Gallery
Mosley Street
Manchester 
M2 3JL

Register your interest

This event is open to brand, HR, internal comms, company secretarial, finance, marketing and corp comms professionals. It is a complimentary event by invitation only, but you are welcome to share with or bring your colleagues

To register your interest please email Molly McKinnel at [email protected].

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