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Future Faces Future Faces Chamber Patrons


Contact: Anna Assinder T: 0121 274 3257


Upcoming Events


Future Faces Professional Development: What type of leader are you? Date: 08/05/19 Time: 17.30 – 19.30 Venue: Conference Aston


Future Faces Social Date: 30/05/19 Time: 17.30 – 20.00 Venue: Birmingham City Centre venue


Jack Skinner, Sport4Life, Faye Williams and Louise Teboul from Common Purpose at Future Faces’ 2018 annual dinner and awards.


First firms have signed up in award sponsorship


The first sponsors have been confirmed for the Future Faces Chamber of Commerce’s annual dinner and awards. The young professionals’ organisation is


staging its fifth annual awards and dinner on 20 September at the ICC in Birmingham. Financial services firm Wesleyan are sponsors


of the Future Face of Finance award. Nathan Wallis, head of Corporate


Communications and Engagement at Wesleyan, said: “Ensuring we continue to develop talent of the future in our home city of Birmingham remains a priority for our business and the Future Faces programme is a great way to do just that.” Millennium Point is sponsoring the Future


Face of Technology and Innovation award. Rebecca Delmore, commercial director at Millennium Point, said: “Encouraging young people to pursue a career in STEM is the primary focus of the Millennium Point Charitable Trust,


and this award recognises those who are already making a name for themselves in this field.” The Future Faces Ambassador award is


sponsored by leadership charity Common Purpose, who will be offering the winner one of the firm’s Streetwise MBAs, worth £5,000. Louise Teboul, operations director at Common


Purpose, said: “As we celebrate 30 years of delivering cross-boundary leadership programmes this year, we’re delighted to be supporting the Future Faces awards, by offering a place on our Streetwise MBA programme to the Future Faces Ambassador winner.” The winner of this year’s overall Future Face


of Greater Birmingham award will also receive a fully-funded Executive MBA scholarship from Aston University, worth up to £30,000.


Find out more about sponsorship by visiting www.greaterbirminghamchambers.com


Future Faces Annual Dinner and Awards Date: 20/09/2019 Time: 18.00 – 23.00 Venue: The ICC Birmingham


New Members


• Ed Wylie (Finance 4 Business) • John Reeves (Birmingham County FA) • Joe Robinson (Birmingham County FA) • Simon Crockett (Birmingham County FA) • Jasbir Batt (Birmingham County FA) • Jessica Braban (AVFC) • Gemma Tibbatts (Regan Peggs) • Tom Daly (Senate Home) • Chelsea Francis (AFL Architects) • Chris Hufton (NextGen) • Willam Brazier (Linden) • Alex Lane (Eversheds) • Hariet Fay-Giles (Individual Restaurants) • Tom Barlow (Crewsaders) • Laura McConnachie (Crewsaders) • Aqeem Mirza (Highways England) • Georgia Puglar (Alpha Works) • Molly Morris (Alpha Works) • Elizabeth-Valentina Sutton (WJ Sutton Ltd) • Jessica Brabant (AVFC) • Susan Toner (Arup) • Flavio Miguel da Rocha Meneses (Arup) • Sarah Fox (Arup) • Nathan Thomas (Arup) • Harry Conway (Arup) • Georgina Dutton (Arup) • Russell Smith (Arup) • Christopher Gray (Arup) • Michal Nowinski (Arup) • Rosalind Blewitt (Arup) • Dominic Evans (Arup)


Show of support for second design festival


Future Faces is once again supporting the Birmingham Design Festival, which returns for a second year. The festival takes place at venues around the city


from 6 to 8 June. More than 6,800 tickets were sold for last year’s inaugural festival, which attracted 95 speakers from across the globe to 30 venues around Birmingham. The 2019 event promises an eclectic


programme of world-class designers who will be their experiences. The line-up includes some of the biggest names in the industry, including head of 4creative at Channel 4, Alice Tonge; founder of Johnson Banks, Michael Johnson;


director and photographer Liam Wong; founder and creative director at Hey Studio, Verònica Fuerte; and senior manager for Adobe Type Development, Dan Rhatigan. Future Faces manager Anna Assinder said:


“Following the success of last year’s inaugural Birmingham Design Festival, we’re delighted to be partnering with the event again. “The design industry has played a significant


part in boosting our region’s status as a creative powerhouse and this festival is a fantastic way to showcase local design talent.”


Visit www.birminghamdesignfestival.org.uk May 2019 CHAMBERLINK 51


Grand designs: Festival founders Luke Tonge and Dan Alcorn


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