Media Foresight, a consultancy specialising in reputation risk consulting and training, approached us as part of their broader marketing strategy to create an event to showcase their expertise and enable them to convene community around their knowledge and insight.
We curated the Media Foresight Breakfast Briefing, an invitation-only informal panel discussion entitled The Age of Accountability – Brexit, politics and corporate reputation, with panellists Daniel Finkelstein, Associate Editor, The Times, Deborah Mattinson, Founder Britain Thinks, and Tim Shipman, Political Editor, The Sunday Times.
Hosted at The Century Club, a private members’ club in central London, we helped shape the event, including briefing the creative to create an event “brand”. The logo produced succinctly communicated Media Foresight’s ability to use their forensic skills get to the heart of an issue. We managed all the logistics, AV, venue, catering, branding and signage, email and digital invitation, photography and video, badging and staffing, and ran the event on the day.
Hosted by Stephen Bevan, founder of Media Foresight and former News Editor of The Sunday Times, the event created an intellectual space for participants to hear perspectives from experts and engage in the conversation around the purposeful company. We helped create a curious atmosphere for guests to connect with other participants, discuss the issues of the day and learn more about the expertise of Media Foresight.
We followed up with guests with a digital takeaway checklist on the purposeful company, sharing the video for those who wished to consider the conversation further. Feedback from client and guests was extremely positive.
– Stephen Bevan, Founder, Media Foresight.