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Programme

Centre Stage

  • The Devil Wears Boohoo

    Monday 00:00 AM
    • Climate Emergency

    Slow shopping versus fast fashion – which model wins, and can they coexist?

  • 1 Billion Workers

    Disability and Good Business

    Monday 00:00 AM
    FACT
    • Climate Emergency
    • Consumer trends
    • Energy
    • Disruption

    It’s time to end the disability inequality crisis.

  • Mind the Gap

    between your ethics and your actions

    Wednesday 00:00 AM
    Everyman Theatre
    • Consumer trends
    • Economics
    • Consumer Behaviour
    • Disruption

    Consumers say climate change is an important issue, but cheap clothes, mass produced meat and bargain holidays fly off the shelves. In the Venn diagram of what we say and what we do, how much overlap really exists?

  • House Nation

    with The Regenda Group

    Can our new found awareness of housing inequality as a result of Covid be the driver for a new approach that delivers more than just a roof over our heads?

  • Aggro-culture

    Monday 00:00 AM
    Knowsley Safari Park
    • Consumer trends
    • Economics
    • Retail
    • Disruption
    • Real Purpose
    • Sport

    Farmers are on the front line of climate change. Changes to our production methods and diets are essential to address climate change – so how do we protect the agricultural industry and the planet at the same time?

  • Hungry for Change

    Monday 00:00 AM
    Hangar 34
    • Technology & innovation
    • Retail
    • Real Purpose
    • Sport

    Our food systems are unstable. If we’re going to protect the planet, feed everyone and have healthy populations it needs a radical rethink. What should the food systems of the future look like, and how do we get there?

  • Redefining Success

    Monday 00:00 AM
    Knowsley Safari Park
    • Retail
    • Place & Society
    • Planet
    • Real Purpose
    • Sport

    It’s time to move on from the bottom line, rethink KPIs and embed purpose into strategy. Success in the 2020s won’t be measured on profit alone but on impact – so how do we quantify that?

  • What Can I Do When I Grow Up?

    65% of children entering primary school this September will end up working in jobs that don’t exist yet. If we all asked ourselves now – ‘what do I want to be when I grow up?’ – where could our answers take us?

  • Any Freeport in a Climate Storm

    with Halton Borough, Peel Ports Group and Abandon Normal Devices

    What are the opportunities and challenges of a Freeport for Liverpool City Region, and can it help us to meet the North West climate targets?

  • Fair Play and Family Values

    at Pleasureland, Sefton

    Southport has thrived on family run businesses, one of the most notable being Pleasureland. With this day out at Pleasureland we’ll look at how a successful family business can contribute…

Good Thinking

    • Climate Emergency

    We can’t score goals unless we’re on the pitch. It’s time for all businesses to get on side, and shoot for the SDGs.

    • Big thinking

    Recognising the climate crisis is easy, but it can be a challenge to know where to start with addressing it in your business. This session offers some simple starting points.

    • Economics

    If you want to make change – this is how you do it.

  • Do you know where your pension money is, what it’s funding, what it’s supporting? Is it damaging the environment or protecting it? Supplying weapons or sustaining crops?

Good Times

Projects and Fringe Events

  • How can we build, build, build back better? Looking at some real life examples of modern day planning and development – which property companies are ‘giving back’ to the community? Could this become the norm in future or is it a niche market?

    • Big thinking
    • Consumer trends
    • Consumer Behaviour

    Championing Good Business practices in the Liverpool City Region’s SME business communities

  • A competition for start ups in responsible, sustainable and inclusive beauty tech to win a place on a 4-month acceleration programme from L’Oreal

  • The International Fashion Academy are leading a course on sustainability, ethics and responsibility in the fashion industry

  • We’re working with purpose-driven regeneration specialists The Regenda Group on a series of educational and wellbeing projects

    • Big thinking
    • Disruption
    • Personal Purpose
    • Place & Society
    • Planet

    Our Google webinar series provides digital skills training to grow your business online.

    • Big thinking

    An 18-week good business traineeship for 16-24 year olds living in Liverpool City Region

  • Innocent’s The Big Grow has so far helped 1.5 million kids to start growing their own veg

Speakers
  • Speaker 1
  • Speaker 2
  • Speaker 3
  • Speaker 4
  • Speaker 5
  • Speaker 6