Resilience First runs a wide range of events including webinars, conferences, networking events, project workshops, roundtables and networking receptions, aimed at sharing best practice, developing new ways of working and building corporate and stakeholder relationships.

Champions and members have priority access to our events and webinars.  Non-member companies have limited access to our events and webinars.

Post events' and webinars' write-ups, slides and/or videos are shared with Resilience First Champions and members as well as the events' and webinars' attendees.

Please click here for a copy of Resilience First programme of events and webinars.

Please click here to view video recordings of our past webinars and events.

Private dinner with Ian Stuart, CEO, HSBC UK on Leadership learnings from the Pandemic

Dinner: Thursday 21 July 2022, 7pm for 7.30pm to 9.30pm BST
Resilience First, in partnership with HSBC, is delighted to host a private roundtable dinner with HSBC UK’s CEO, Ian Stuart.  At the dinner, Ian will reflect on the resilient leadership skills he relied upon to lead the bank, its employees and customers during the COVID pandemic.

Resilience First Annual Debate: ‘This house believes that real climate resilience action needs more regulation of business for it to be effective.'

Webinar: Thursday, 15 September 2022, 4:00pm to 5:00pm BST
Resilience First will be hosting its latest annual debate on-line in September. This year the subject for debate is: ‘This house believes that real climate resilience action needs more regulation of business for it to be effective.’ The IPCC’s latest reports present a stark warning that governments and business cannot ignore if we are to keep rising temperatures to 1.50C and try to manage the serious impacts from climate change that will test the resilience of all.

Planning for Resilient Urban Growth with The Deputy Mayor of Greater Manchester and Mayor of Salford, Paul Dennett

Lunch briefing: 12pm for 12.45pm to 2.00pm, Wednesday 12 October 2022
The population of Greater Manchester is predicted to grow by 10% over the next 20 years. This equates to 190,000 - 240,000 more people living in the city-region which will require around 179,000 new homes by 2037. Over and above this increase in demand on energy provisions and the city’s infrastructure, this growth is also expected to create up to 100,000 new jobs by 2037.