On May 22nd, 2019 Pro Bono Economics welcomed guests to join us at the Royal Society to celebrate our 10th Anniversary; this video captures some of the main highlights from the evening.
Keynote address from Andy Haldane, Chief Economist at the Bank of England and Pro Bono Economics Co-Founder.
In his speech entitled “The Third Pillar and the Fourth Industrial Revolution”, Andy Haldane talks of what the charity sector can and should be doing if it is to take advantage of the huge opportunities on offer from the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
This discussion brings the views of a panel of experts to bear on this topical issue.
What are the main obstacles preventing charities seizing the opportunities technology provides? This panel, moderated by Jenny Scott, Founder Partner at Apella Advisors and Pro Bono Economics Trustee, features Geoff Mulgan of NESTA, Dame Vivian Hunt from McKinsey & Company and Andy Haldane.
Julia Grant, CEO, Pro Bono Economics
Pro Bono Economics CEO Julia Grant explains the importance of the evening’s debate and encourages charities to get in touch so they are better able to use their data in a meaningful way.
Having just completed our second project with the British Science Association, CEO Katherine Mathieson talks about how engaging with Pro Bono Economics has helped her charity.