Breaking news - Change of date for Christian May - now Monday 7 March. EU panel debate now an evening debate on 10 May hosted by Instinctif. Simon Watkins, Editor of the Financial Mail on Sunday confirmed for Tuesday 12 July

25 February 2016

Change of date for Christian May, CityAM Editor: Monday 7 March

We have had to change the date of this meeting from Tuesday, to Monday 7 March. If you have already booked, please email Sue Owen to confirm whether you can attend or would like to cancel your place.

Christian May is Editor of City A.M., London's daily business newspaper with a readership of just under 400,000 professionals. Prior to this appointment he was Head of Communications and Campaigns at the Institute of Directors, the UK's largest organisation for business leaders. He was responsible for the IoD's public profile, campaigns and media activity, and took a leading role in shaping policy on areas including EU reform, immigration, infrastructure, innovation and tax reform. As spokesperson for the IoD, Christian appeared regularly across the broadcast media and in the national press, commenting on business on economic issues.

He holds a degree in Politics from the University of Exeter and a Masters degree in Journalism from London's City University. He has contributed to a wide range of national media outlets as a columnist and commentator, and prior to his move into newspapers he was included in PR Week's 2015 list of the 100 most influential PR professionals. He is a Freeman of the City of London and a Fellow of the British American Project.

Book here for our lunchtime meeting on Monday 7 March: Christian May, CityAM editor

Our Panel debate on 10 May has changed to an evening debate hosted by Instinctif.

‘The Power of Persuasion: Communications in the Stay/Leave Debate’

Chair – Philip Coggan, The Economist

Four panellists - names tba

 

Time: 

6.00pm registration for 6.30pm start

7.30pm drinks and networking

 

Book here for our EU panel debate on Tuesday 10 May, evening: ‘The Power of Persuasion: Communications in the Stay/Leave Debate’

 

Our last 2 events have been sold out, and the March event is also very popular so please book early to reserve your places.

Kirsty Good, Sky News Business Editor: Tuesday 12 April

Kirsty is the Business Editor at Sky News, leading the channel’s daily business coverage across all platforms, while also overseeing the production of Ian King Live. Prior to joining Sky, Kirsty spent 13 years working for the BBC, beginning her career at BBC Radio Nottingham before becoming a senior economics producer for programmes including the News at Six, News at Ten and the Today Programme. She was later Assistant Editor of the BBC News Economics & Business Unit at Media City, responsible for all the business coverage across radio TV and Digital for BBC Breakfast and BBC Radio 5 Live, including Wake Up to Money. 

Book here for our lunchtime meeting on 12 April: Kirsty Good, Sky News Business Editor

 

CIPR Corporate and Financial Group 2016 dates

Monday 7 March(change of date and venue), lunchtime: Christian May, CityAM editor – Book here

Tuesday 12 April, lunchtime: Kirsty Good, Sky News Business Editor – Book here

Tuesday 10 May, evening: Panel on EU - Book here

Tuesday 14 June, lunchtime: Joel Hills, ITV News               - Book here

Tuesday 14 June, evening: Summer Party – Book here    

Tuesday 12 July, lunchtime: Simon Watkins, Editor of the Financial Mail on Sunday

 

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