Pagefield recently attended a Connect 3 Club breakfast with David Bond, European Media Correspondent at the Financial Times, chaired by Heidi Mallace of CTN Communications. In wide-ranging discussions about Facebook, fake news and future-gazing, here are five things we gleaned from the session, with Ellie Riddles.
Pagefield’s latest ‘Meet the Editor’ event welcomed ITV News in a lively conversation. Joined by Geoff Hill, Editor and Joel Hills, Business Editor, each gave us an insight into the channel and how broadcast media is evolving in the new digital era. Here are five things we learned, with Marie Lorimer.
Not many Pagefield breakfast sessions begin with a quote from Lenin, but in light of recent events Philip Collins citing that “there are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen” felt particularly apt. Here are the five things we learned.
“I am Jon Snow, I know nothing.” How the iconic Channel 4 News Presenter chose to introduce himself at this morning’s breakfast may have elicited broad beams of delight from the Game of Thrones fans around the table but – luckily for us – it definitely did not set the tone for the discussion that followed. Here are five things we learned.
Bringing together a panel of experts, chaired by Daisy McAndrew, which included Daily Mail columnist Andrew Pierce, Associate Editor at the Daily Mirror Kevin Maguire, Senior Investment Director at Investec Elissa Bayer and Pagefield Advisory Board Chair and former UK Ambassador to the US Sir Christopher Meyer – Pagefield hosted an event to discuss the next steps for Britain as it heads out of the EU.
Last week we were delighted to welcome Anthony Thomson, entrepreneur and founder of Metro bank and Atom Bank for a discussion on the future of banking sector and the interplay between established brands and the ‘disruptors’. Associate Partner, Geoff Duggan, reports five things we learned from the session.