We'll be at Anthropy 2023.

Come and say hi to us at Anthropy.

We are delighted to be returning to Anthropy23 as an official partner for the second year running.

Anthropy, which launched in 2022, will return at an even larger scale across three days from 1st - 3rd November at the Eden Project in Cornwall.

Bringing together more than 2,000 leaders and influencers from across the country, Anthropy looks to create a unique national gathering of diverse experience, thought and ideas to challenge current ways of thinking and create a better Britain, factoring people, place, prosperity and global perspective.

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1 - 3 November 2023.

Our Session.


Wednesday 1 November

The State of our Towns and Cities – opening session

Join in this agenda starting session, to explore experiences around various aspects of Britain's towns and cities. Listen in to a discussion on strategies and initiatives and shared experiences on how to nurture their economic and cultural vibrancy, ensuring a prosperous and culturally rich future. Listen to the development of Anthropy’s own review on such factors which allows you potential participation. This session is in association with Ampa.


Thursday 2 November

Charities' role in improving Britain; what Business can learn from the Third Sector

Is philanthropy the latest buzzword or something new? Where are the demarcation lines between charity and business? Rather than what charities can learn from business, what can business learn from charities? How can business and charities work together to have best impact? How can charities help businesses to communicate their purpose – and boost connections with their employees? Our panel of speakers from varied backgrounds and different viewpoints will explore the topic in more detail.

Session Chair


Catherine Rustomji


Friday 3 November

How do we work together to build vibrant places? Solutions focused workshop

In this interactive workshop we’ll look at vibrant places, what they are, and the challenges and opportunities in creating them. Together, we’ll explore what individuals, business and organisations can do to create vibrant places that are built with thriving communities at their heart.

Session Chair


Louise Drew

Our Posts.

Helen Hay.

The commercial benefits of becoming a B Corporation.

Catherine Rustomji.

What businesses can learn from charities

Heledd Wyn.

How an ageing population can plan for future care

Simon Macklen.

Planning’s role in tackling poverty & homelessness