Discover the secret to sustainable growth

2022 IPA Business Growth Conference - Wednesday 6 July

Find out how to meet the challenge of growing business in a way that’s sustainable. And meet Steven Bartlett and Dharshini David in the process at the 2022 IPA Business Growth Conference.

Post pandemic, if you’re equipped to sustain your agency’s growth in the long term, your ability to deal with changing demographics and environmental sustainability has to grow with it.

On Wednesday 6 July, join us for the 2022 IPA Business Growth Conference and find out how well-equipped you really are to create mutually sustainable commercial relationships for clients and agencies. Hear from author, economist, and broadcaster Dharshini David on the post-pandemic economic context and from Dragons’ Den’s Steven Bartlett about the value of mentoring and being mentored. 

In a hybrid half-day conference and with the personal insight of a host of industry figures, you’ll also explore 'The Great Demographic Disruption' (and how to deal with it) and drill down into poor briefing as a waste of time, energy, and resource.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Steven Bartlett, Entrepreneur and Investor on BBC’s Dragons Den
  • Chris Byron, COO, OMD UK and IPA Commercial Leadership Group Chair
  • Jason Cobbold, CEO, BMB
  • Dharshini David, author, economist and broadcaster
  • Julian Douglas, International CEO and Vice Chairman VCCP and IPA President
  • Kathryn Ellis, Managing Partner at McCann Bristol
  • Annie Gallimore, Managing Director, ACNE
  • Pippa Glucklich, CEO, Electric Glue
  • Caroline Johnson, Director, The Business Model Co.
  • Katie Lee, COO at Wavemaker
  • Valerie Ludlow, CEO, ASG & Partners
  • Marc Nohr, Entrepreneur, Chairman Fold7, Exec Director Miroma Group
  • Neil Perkin, author and writer
  • Phil Rowley, Head of Futures, OMG Futures
  • Pieter-Paul von Weiler, Co-Founder, BetterBriefs
Secure your place at the 2022 IPA Business Growth Conference at County Hall from £125.

                                                         Virtual tickets are available from £65

Last updated 22 June 2022