Legal and professional services group Ampa, which is best known for its full-service law firm Shakespeare Martineau, has experienced 30% revenue growth in FY 22/23 – reporting £104.8m turnover in this year’s survey.
To kick off Anthropy 23, Ben Buckton, group chief operating officer at Ampa, returned to the Eden Project and took part in a quick-fire panel session that looked back at the transformative impact last year’s unique event had on him both personally and professionally.
Abigail Lynch, trainee solicitor at Shakespeare Martineau shares the key takeaways from an Anthropy 23 panel event in conversation with Dame Darcey Bussell DBE, where she discussed her unwavering commitment to promoting the arts for the betterment of society.
Alice Gibson, family law solicitor at Shakespeare Martineau, shares the key takeaways from an Anthropy 23 panel event that shed light on the pressing need for gender equality and the advancement of women in leadership roles in the 21st century.
Grant Parker, partner and head of the family team at Mayo Wynne Baxter shares the five themes that were discussed during an Anthropy 23 panel event, which focused on the importance of fostering diversity and inclusion in the workplace to create a successful business, with an emphasis on disability.
Catherine Rustomji, partner and head of charities at Shakespeare Martineau, which is attending Anthropy 23, explores the invaluable lessons businesses can draw from the world of charitable organisations.