Society Street 2018

Society Street 2018
Tuesday 26th June 2018
Regent’s Park, London

Society Street 2018

Exploring and sharing ideas to advance your organisation
RCOG, Rooms on Regent’s Park, London Tuesday 26th June 2018

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Simon Inger
Principal Consultant, Renew Publishing Consultants

Building a members-driven organisation: using the right systems to analyse and deliver what your membership want

Dan Heffernan
Vice-President & Chief Product Manager, Advantage CS

Approaches to member engagement: it’s a two way street

Lynne Miller
Managing Director, TBI Communications

Developing and delivering an effective professional development programme

Jonathan Norman
Knowledge Manager, Major Projects Knowledge Hub & Community Strategy and Management Consultant, I-Publishing Consultants

Panel discussion

Selecting the board members that can help you to drive forward your organisation

Sue Evans
Director, Sevan Refreshing People Ltd & Past-President of PPMA

The challenges of recruiting and retaining staff in the not-for-profit environment

Steve Othen
Head of HR and Projects, Recruitment and Employment Confederation

Overcoming ‘Imposter Syndrome’ in your Society

Chris Kettle
Entrepeneur Development Manager, Natwest

Panel discussion

The changing landscape of journal tenders

Simon Inger
Principal Consultant, Renew Publishing Consultants

Publication partners: how to strike up effective working relationships

Simon Beale
SVP, Research Customer & Revenue, John Wiley and Sons

Modelling publishing revenues: what happens to Societies when margins are squeezed?

Tasha Mellins-Cohen
Director of Publishing, Microbiology Society

Panel discussion

Building revenue and investment strategies: tips and tricks

Grant Wilson
Chief Investment Officer, Asset Risk Consultants

Tax is taxing – understanding and avoiding the latest pitfalls

Helena Wilkinson
Partner & Head of Charities and Not for Profit, Price Bailey Chartered Accountants

Societies in the same space: collaboration, competition or merger?

Dr Mark Downs
Chief Executive, Royal Society of Biology

Panel discussion

Final comments and take-home messages

Simon Inger
Principal Consultant, Renew Publishing Consultants