Please join us to celebrate the launch of our new brand, as we start the next phase of our journey as PG Collective.

You’ll be greeted by a plentiful supply of drinks, nibbles, conversation and some Friday afternoon inspiration thanks to a selection of our brilliant clients, collaborators and compere extraordinaire Liam Black.

On: Friday 9th June at 2.30-4.30pm

At: The Conduit Club, 6 Langley Street, London, WC2H 9JA

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Panel session: Can you rebuild the house whilst living in it?

We face enormous, urgent, global challenges which will require radical changes to many of our current systems. But can we really change those systems, whilst simultaneously working within them?

Join us and collaborators to discuss, and hear first hand stories from people who are quietly but urgently seeking to radically rewire systems and redefine the rules, whilst still having to operate within them.

Panel session speakers:

Liam Black

Liam has been a business founder, impact investor and CEO. Liam sits on the board of Togetherall, is an Associate with the Forward Institute, and mentors a range of leaders. He has just published a new book: How To Lead With Purpose.

Danielle Bridge
Black Minds Matter

Danielle Bridge is Interim Chief Executive at Black Minds Matter UK, which is a charity connecting Black individuals and families with free mental health services with professional Black therapists to support their mental health. She has experience of delivering Mental Health First Aid Training as well as Chairing a regional mental health services network.

David Hunter
Bates Wells

David Hunter is Senior Counsel at B Corp law firm Bates Wells where he works with purpose led organisations including social enterprises and social investors, community businesses, charities and mission led businesses. He also endeavours to shift the legal profession to use its influence more proactively for good, including by sitting on The Law Society Climate Change Working Group and the UK Board of the Global Alliance for Impact Lawyers, and co-founding the Legal Charter 1.5.

Ben Metz
Chancery Lane Project

Ben is Executive Director of the Chancery Lane Project, which is working to rewire the contractual systems in law to fight climate change. Ben assists people to create systems and networks that enable them to take agency, so they can shape the world around them for the better.

Jay Perkins

Jay started his career as a Youth Worker 16 years ago, before training as a Child, Adolescent, and Family Psychodynamic Psychotherapist and EMDR Therapist. Jay is forward thinking and innovative in his field, and is best known for co-producing highly flexible therapeutic support outside of clinics. He is interested and gets excited by the idea of partnering, collaborating and innovating with people and organisations who hold similar values and who want to see real change.

Annette Dhami
Dark Matter Labs

Annette spent a decade building civic and social initiatives across the UK, exploring how we organise, finance, occupy space, build networks and create economies for shared and public benefit. Experiencing the thick tar of the systems that this work moved within (inc economic, land, governance and financial systems), Annette joined Dark Matter Labs in 2020 to focus more deeply on how we can shift this 'dark matter' to transition towards a thriving, balanced, civic economy.