The Innovative Win-Win Corporate Charity Partnerships Conference

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Extracting Maximum Value For Both Parties With Innovative, Strategic Opportunities For Mutually-Beneficial Corporate & Charity Partnerships Which Demonstrate Real Impact. A One-Day, Industry-Led Conference & Networking Event, 25th September 2014, Thistle Marble Arch, London. Coca-Cola Great Britain • Marks & Spencer Plc • Barclays Bank Plc • Ben & Jerry’s Europe • Rolls-Royce Plc • Age UK • Christian Aid • Legal & General Group Plc • WWF-UK • QVC • Send a Cow • Home Retail Group • War Child UK • Standard Chartered Bank • Turner Broadcasting EMEA • CARE International UK • British American Tobacco • Breast Cancer Care • Jaguar Land Rover • Alzheimer’s Society • Zurich Community Trust (UK) • Friends of the Earth • Fujitsu UK & Ireland • WaterAid • Dairy Crest • Sustrans • The innocent foundation • Shelter • Guardian News & Media • British Heart Foundation • Carillon Plc • Belu Water • Guardian News & Media • Old Mutual Group • FirstGroup • The Southern Co-operative • Alliance Boots Group • Nationwide 1 Day. 42 Speakers. 26 Corporate Perspectives. 16 Charity Perspectives: 1. Innovation Beyond Charity Of The Year! Deliver long-lasting, mutual benefits with innovative and alternative strategic partnerships 2. What’s Your Real Impact & ROI? Quantifying and measuring your partnership’s true value with the latest tools 3. Mutual Benefit, Mutual Understanding: Leveraging and maximising partnership objectives and strengths for mutual returns 4. Partnership Pragmatics & Mechanics: Scrutinising the nitty-gritty workings of the partnership for smooth, transparent working practices 5. Corporates’ Experiences, Expectations & Preferences: Work together more effectively 6. Aligning Values & Objectives: Create strategic opportunities and get your approach right 7. Make A Big Impact On A Shoestring Budget: Learn from smaller corporates and charities 8. Harnessing Skills-Based Volunteering: Tap into your partner’s experiences and expertise 9. Successfully Embedding CSR Into Your Corporate Culture: Communicating responsible business effectively 10. Winning Senior-Level & Organisational Buy- In: Attracting, engaging and convincing senior stakeholders .

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