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Corporate Philanthropy & the Arts
Tue 9 May 2017, 18:30 – 21:30 BST
* This event is targeted at professionals in Corporate Social Responsibility, Marketing and Sponsorship - and the discussion will be addressed to this audience. The event is kindly offered free of charge, as part of London Music Masters' social responsibility and advocacy stream of talks and debates. *
Featuring prominent figures from the spheres of business, fundraising and the arts, “How the Arts can prosper through strategic collaborations” aims to offer new perspectives on the relationship between the corporate and the arts worlds.
Drawing on London Music Masters' experience in these areas, this event brings together a number of distinct voices from business, fundraising and arts backgrounds to discuss corporate philanthropy. The main topic of conversation will be how corporations can work with the arts, exploring the possible ways in which charity, culture and the corporate can be aligned.
Speakers and attendees will have the chance to engage in discussion, contribute to debates, and forge connections with leading names in these fields, with the view of laying the foundations for potential future projects.
Our panel is confirmed as Kate Cavelle (Head of Pro Bono and Community Investment at Allen & Overy, previously Head of UK Corporate Social Responsibility at Deutsche Bank), John Nickson (author and one of the UK’s most experienced fundraisers) and Sir Simon Robey (former Chair of the Royal Opera House and current Chair of Aldeburgh Music).
The evening includes a panel discussion, Q & A and good time allocated to networking.