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Gemma Hudson and Libby Woolnough at Mumbrella360

7/20/2022

SOURCE: https://mumbrella.com.au/mumbrella360

MUMBRELLA360

Where: Hilton Hotel, Sydney, Australia 

When: July 20-21, 2022

At Mumbrella360, Australia’s largest media and marketing conference, WE’s Gemma Hudson and Libby Woolnough will be leading two insightful sessions on the latest ideas and trends in healthcare and ESG communications.

 

THE LESSONS BRANDS NEED TO LEARN FROM THE PHARMA INDUSTRY

When: July 20, 11:00 to 11:45 a.m. AEST

About:

As we continue to battle new COVID-19 outbreaks and variants, one thing remains constant: Health is now everyone’s business. The past two years have thrust the inherently conservative and risk-averse pharma sector into the spotlight — and there is no turning back. To thrive in this new normal, communicators will need to be flexible, nimble and agile.

Join WE’s Gemma Hudson, Executive Vice President, Health Innovation & Growth, APAC, and some of Australia’s top pharma marcomms professionals, as they share their insights on navigating unprecedented attention, communicating with empathy and authenticity, and driving clarity in the era of fake news.

With:

Gemma Hudson, Executive Vice President, Health Innovation & Growth, WE Communications

Angela Hill, Head of Communications, ANZ, GSK

Adam Wyldeck, Head of Communications & Public Affairs, ANZ, Janssen Pharmaceuticals

Kate Richards, Director of Communications & Patient Relations, AbbVie

 

ENABLING A “JUST TRANSITION” AND THE LINK BETWEEN SUSTAINABILITY AND EQUITY

When: July 20, 5:00 to 5:45 p.m. AEST

About:

Sustainability and equity are increasingly interconnected across both the public and private sectors. As the private sector gains more prominence in the global sustainability crisis, how can companies equitably distribute the costs and benefits of action, and achieve a just and equitable transition?

Join WE’s Libby Woolnough, Head of Corporate Affairs, Australia, as she provides a first look at the Australia findings from WE’s latest Brands in Motion research, “Making Net Zero Net Positive for Everyone,” and explores strategies brands can enact when tackling climate and sustainability issues. The session also includes a panel discussion addressing topics such as how leaders can approach the intersectionality of climate action, equity and sustainability, responsibilities of the private sector, social considerations and thinking globally versus locally.

With:

Libby Woolnough, Head of Corporate Affairs, Australia