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Freshminds launches 'Strat Fest'

by Georgina Palmiero September 16, 2015

​Here at Freshminds we like to keep up with the ‘here and now’ in business strategy, so we decided it was time to launch an annual event to get people together to talk strategy.  We first referred to this grand plan as our ‘strategy festival’ -  and the name sort of stuck - so on 29th September we’re hosting our first ever ‘Strat Fest’.

It’s living up to its exuberant title – an event that’s shaping up to be an exciting evening of strategic insight, providing guests with the chance to network with fellow industry leaders and discuss what 2016 holds for the world of strategy.

Where strategy meets opportunity – Four strategic success stories

We’ll be hearing from four outstanding speakers on their own strategic successes and learnings –Paul Walsh (Former Diageo CEO), James Hadley (Head of Strategy Practice, Bain & Co.), Ian Brown (CEO, rentalcars.com), and Annabel Kilner (UK Manager, Made.com).

Who will be coming?

Guests at Strat Fest will include commercial directors, strategy directors, and partners – drawn from FTSE 100 corporates, retail banks, investment banks and private equity firms. Over 140 attendees have already registered to hear about the future of business strategy in the UK, to share their opinions on the sector, and to network with other senior strategy professionals.  

Interested? Only 20 spaces left!

There has been a great buzz around Strat Fest, and tickets are going fast. If you’re interested in the event and think it’s something that will be relevant to you, you can apply for one of the remaining 20 spaces.

Simply visit the Strat Fest Registration page on Eventbrite and follow the steps to complete your application.

NB: Tickets are free of charge, but will be allocated based on suitability, so we’ll let you know if your registration has been successful.

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