How Your Money Can Be a Force for Good
31st January | 8am - 10am | Bristol and Online
Join us for this hybrid business networking and seminar breakfast to find out how your money can be a force for good.
Future Leap Bishopston, 1-3 Gloucester Road, Bristol, BS7 8AA (and Online)
Free to Future Leap members
Wake up with a sustainably-sourced breakfast, meet and network with likeminded organisations, and get inspired to become a purpose-led business yourself.
Are you interested in finding out how your money can be a force for good?
Find out how your business can prioritise employee financial security and wellbeing.
Understand how one of the biggest positive environmental impacts you can have is choosing a sustainable pension.
Join us for this hybrid business networking and seminar breakfast kindly sponsored by Collegia to find out how your money can be a force for good.
Future Leap offers a spacious, covid-compliant event space with MHVR air conditioning units which take out old air and bring new air in. We also have reduced our capacity so you can be mindful of each other’s space.
8am-8:20am – Breakfast and Networking [Including Online Attendees Networking]
8:20-8:30am – Introduction by Future Leap
8:30-8:45 – Riccardo Gasparini, Collegia – the importance of financial wellbeing for employees
8:45-9:00 – Anna Buckle, PayCaptain – payroll options and what this means for workers
9:00-9:15 – Eduardo Chazan, Collegia – sustainability approach, suitable investments and pensions
9:15-9:45 – Q&A
9:45-9:50 – 60 Second pitches
9:50-9:55 – Close
09:55-10:30 – Optional Further Networking [Including Online Attendees Networking Until 10:10]
Meet the Speakers!
Anna Buckle, PayCaptain
Anna Buckle is PayCaptain’s Head of Employee Experience and Financial Well-being and has 20 years’ experience in the payroll and financial wellbeing industry. Prior to joining PayCaptain, she was Director of Customer Success for a payroll service provider with 1200 employees operating across the UK, USA and UAE.
A certified Plain Numbers Practitioner who advocates for users first, Anna is dedicated to ensuring that PayCaptain remains on track with their mission to provide a payroll solution that helps users increase their financial capability and resilience, whilst improving their overall well-being. Anna believes that payroll has enormous potential as a form of engaging employees and providing them with access to tools and resources to support them building financial resilience.
Eduardo Chazan, Collegia
Eduardo Chazan is the founder and CEO of Collegia. He spent the first years of his career working in mergers & acquisitions at Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank and then in antirust and competition economics consulting. Subsequently, he worked as an interest rates trader for BR Partners, before joining BTG Pactual, where he focused on OTC securities and Latin American interest rates operations. Eduardo then founded and was the CFO of the Brazilian start-up Home Refill – a top-5 app in the country’s app store where he was responsible for managing strategic business plans and financial strategies. Eduardo attended the Universidade de São Paulo in São Paulo, Brazil, and graduated with of a Bachelor of Economics Degree with Honours. Eduardo also went on to study his MBA at Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford.
Riccardo Gasparini, Collegia
Riccardo Gasparini is the founder and COO of Collegia. He attended the University of Parma in Italy, earning a Bachelor’s degree in Electronic Engineering with a Final grade of 110/110 Cum Laude. He then obtained a masters’ degree from the same University in Electronic Engineering, with a weighted average mark of 30/30. Riccardo has further completed an MBA at Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford, UK. Prior to completion of his MBA in Oxford, Riccardo worked as a technology Project Manager, leading complex projects for multinational companies such as P&G, McCain and Henkel across 3 continents. He also shaped and developed the business and marketing strategies for Eggtronic, one of Italy’s top start-ups in the consumer electronics sector.
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Opportunities, Suggestions and Conditions
Physical Attendees: It is important we look after each other and keep safe. Please do not attend if you have any covid symptoms or are having to self isolate.
Most of our events are available on demand, however these are not free to members and does not include opportunities to network, take part in the discussions or do a 60 second pitch!
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We have included a £1 carbon offsetting fee to all event tickets in our commitment to being carbon neutral in our operations. You can find out about our chosen charity on our website.
Please let us know at least one week in advance if you require closed captions or have any other accessibility needs.
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Agenda and speaker changes sometimes happen out of our control. We reserve the right to make these changes at any time.
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