EY has today announced its support for the second instalment of Anthropy, the conference that convenes leading public and private sector influencers to tackle the UK’s biggest economic and social challenges.
The three-day conference will take place from 1-3 November at the Eden Project in Cornwall.
The inaugural conference in November 2022 welcomed over 1,000 attendees and more than 450 speakers, covering a range of issues from sustainability, education, health, and the built and natural environment, to the arts, sport, media and technology.
At Anthropy 2023, executives, policymakers and thought leaders will address the four fundamental questions shaping the future of Britain:
What is the quality of life we wish to see in Britain over the next thirty years?
What qualities of place and planet do we need to achieve this quality of life?
What qualities do we wish to see in a good economy and in the best of businesses and public sector organisations?
Rob Doepel, EY Managing Partner, Sustainability, UK & Ireland, comments: “Addressing the UK’s biggest challenges and achieving long term prosperity will require decades of collective action from across the public and private sectors, so events like Anthropy offer a fantastic opportunity to explore how all aspects of society can better work together now and in the future. We’re proud to be supporting Anthropy again this year and look forward to returning to the Eden Project in November to discuss how ambitious legislation and transformative business practices can help the UK seize the opportunities the country deserves.”
Thought-leaders, policymakers and executives interested in joining discussions around the future of Britain are invited to find out more and register for the event at Anthropy.UK.