The 2020 Media Trust World Cup, in aid of Media Trust, will take place on Saturday 28 March 2020 at...
Powerleague Shoreditch, E1 6GJ
Weber Shandwick Office 2, EC1N 2AE
Thursday 21 November 2019 09:00 - 09:30
We've teamed up with Weber Shandwick - one of the world's leading communications firms - to bring you a free half-day masterclass on the rise of brand purpose, how charities can get involved and the potential pitfalls.
‘Brand purpose’ sets out how a company intends to change the world for the better and it’s a hot topic. In today’s world – and with the rise of Gen Z ‘The Purpose Generation’ –big brands and corporations are becoming increasingly socially and environmentally aware. Global giants like Unilever are building purpose into their proposition, but what does this mean for the charities on the front line?
Is this a great opportunity for our sector or do charities need to tread carefully before aligning themselves with big brands?
This masterclass will provide insight and answers to the questions outlined below:
The training will be followed by mentoring and discussion groups. You will be allocated a group based on your charity’s focus and join other attendees with a similar charitable focus (e.g health, youth etc.) to get advice from marketing and communications experts on how charities and brands can collaboratively build innovative projects that authentically amplify social purpose and impact.
This event is aimed at charity professionals who have communications as part of their job role and senior leaders who are interested in developing their organisation’s communications and/or partnerships.
Please note that places will be served on a first come first served basis.
If you’re running late due to traffic or delayed trains or you get lost don’t panic! Give us a call on 0207 871 5600.
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Yes, your ticket is transferrable, however you need to let us know beforehand. If you’d like to give your place to a colleague, drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.