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Future Faces Future Faces Chamber Patrons


Contact: Anna Assinder T: 0121 607 1836


Record year to be marked in style


Future Faces will celebrate another record year – during which it has doubled in size – at the ICC in Birmingham. The young professionals’ arm of the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce is staging its fifth annual awards and dinner on Friday 20 September. A move to the ICC, one of the largest


conference and event venues in the city, reflects the organisation’s rapid growth. Future Faces exists to help businesses support


young colleagues during their career development and its membership profile now spans across multiple sectors, comprising professional, financial and IT, manufacturing and construction, charity and public sector, marketing and events, leisure and business hospitality, technology, engineering and entrepreneurial and creative. Mark Hipwell, Future Faces president, said:


“Now in our seventh year, the Future Faces network has grown from strength-to-strength. Our numbers have grown exponentially and


we are excited that our awards dinner is graduating to one of Birmingham’s biggest event spaces. “I can’t wait to see the awards applications


coming in over the next few months - particularly as Birmingham continues to hit massive highs with entrepreneurs, small businesses and with its ever-changing skyline. “I’d highly recommend any young professional


who is keen to develop their career or promote themselves beyond their own business sector to apply for the awards.”


Success stories: The 2018 award winners At the 2018 awards, marketing expert Rebecca


Halbert from commercial property consultancy GVA was crowned the Future Face of Greater Birmingham, having also won the Future Faces of Sales Marketing and Communications sector award. The winner of this year’s overall Future Face


of Greater Birmingham award will also receive a fully-funded Executive MBA scholarship, from Future Faces patron Aston University. Mark Smith, executive director of business engagement at Aston University, said: “Aston University is delighted to support Future Faces


Workshops will guide you through uncertain times


A series of exclusive leadership training workshops aimed at helping managers navigate their business through economic uncertainty is being held for Future Faces members, in partnership with Aston University. Aston Business School’s


‘Leadership in Challenging Times’ taster series covers topics such as employee performance, organisational strategy and creativity. The series, which launches on Thursday 21


March, is a follow-up to the successful MBA taster event series which was held by Future Faces and Aston University last year. The events will also provide guests with an opportunity to find out how they can access business support from the university.


Professor George Feiger (pictured), executive dean of Aston Business School, said: “This is an extremely turbulent time for businesses in the West Midlands. “Here at Aston Business


School we are pleased to be able to support Future Faces and members of the Chamber by providing practical insights and tools to prepare managers for the challenges and opportunities


ahead.” Participants will receive a certificate from


Aston Business School on completion of the series.


For more information and to book your place visit the Networking and Events section of www.greaterbirminghamchambers.com


by offering a fully funded MBA programme to the winning member. “Alongside the excellent opportunities offered


by Future Faces, the Aston Executive MBA - one of the best in the world - will equip them with the knowledge needed to thrive in their sector. “We look forward to welcoming the winner into our Aston Business School alumni.”


More information on tickets and award entries will available at www.greaterbirminghamchambers.com in the coming weeks


Upcoming Events


Build Your Leadership and Governance Skills Date: 12/03/2019 Time: 17.30- 19.30 Venue: Mills & Reeve, 78-84 Colmore Row, Birmingham, B3 2AB


Future Faces Networking Social Date: 28/03/2018 Time: 17.30-20.00 Venue: The Lost & Found, 8 Bennetts Hill, Birmingham, B2 5RS


New Members


• Christopher Reynolds (Marriott Forest of Arden)


• Charlie Barnfather (Barnfather Wire) • Tabitha Ives (Big Cat) • Alex Morris • Ashwin Mehta • James Wolfe (Alantra Corporate Finance) • Ellis Goodwin (Emms Gilmore) • Jordan Quinton (Thrivespace) • James Wyllie (Hallfield School) • Jordan Reid (Opus)


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