Hard to win, easy to lose. How your licence to operate depends on trust

Richard Costa

Gather Around Breakfast Event

Whether you are a government or a company, how can you foster the trust that gives you the licence to operate?

Our first breakfast event of 2024, where Tessa Murray, Managing Director at Gather, will be discussing how your licence to operate depends on trust. A prescient topic in light of The Post Office scandal, the UK’s political parties jostling for position on the starting line General Election 2024, and democracy under scrutiny globally as half of the world goes to the polls this year.

We are delighted that Kate O’ Neill, Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs at the Financial Reporting Council, Victoria Palmer-Moore, Senior Managing Director of Powerscourt along with leading political commentator, author, and columnist Matthew d’Ancona, former editor of The Spectator and now Editor-at-Large of the New European, will Gather Around with us to explore how trust is at the heart of 2024.

We look forward to a really stimulating conversation and very much hope you can join us to be part of it.

Get in touch:

To get involved, please get in touch with Richard Costa, Senior Corporate Communications and Reporting Consultant at richardc@gather.london

We’d love to hear from you.


Richard Costa

Hard to win, easy to lose. How your licence to operate depends on trust

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