Independent Age join ILC Partners Programme
Oct 30, 2018 | NEWS
We are delighted to announce that Independent Age have joined the ILC Partners Programme.
Janet Morrison, Chief Executive of Independent Age said: “We have always enjoyed working with ILC-UK and pursuing intellectual and creative challenges. Joining the ILC Partners Programme means we can develop closer collaborative ties, share thinking and generate new insights – which will help inform Independent Age’s ambition to build an age friendly society now and for successive future generations.”
Welcoming Independent Age as a Partner, David Sinclair said “It’s brilliant to have Independent Age on board as an ILC Partner. They are one of the most important and influential voluntary sector organisations working directly with older people in the UK. Longevity will change the way our society functions. Our Partners are helping us to shape and influence policy and practice across business, government and the third sector.”
Through the ILC Partners Programme, ILC helps organisations to plan for the future in the light of demographic change. We have the expertise, and connections, to help organisations make the most from the impact of longevity
As well as being widely networked across sectors in the UK, we are also part of a vibrant international network of longevity centres, able to tap into best practice and policy ideas to help you meet the challenges of longevity.
Our Partners events are unique within the longevity sector: whether at the top of BT Tower, in the Houses of Parliament or at our founder’s home, our Partners meet like-minded people, eager to change society so everyone can realise the benefits of longevity.
Members of the ILC Partners Programme benefit from:
Business intelligence: advance notice of our latest research, ad hoc briefings on areas of specific interest to your organisation, as well as a discount on any research you commission from us.
Networks and connections: our partners events have included visits to Number 10, briefings with prominent influencers, as well as the opportunity to meet fellow Partners, relevant ministers and policy gurus.
Brand benefits: our Partners brand will be visible through the numerous events we host, the regular press mentions we receive, as well as the opportunity to position your brand as a thought leader on longevity.
The current ILC Partners are: Anchor, Audley, Aviva, Centre for Ageing Better, Edinburgh Napier University, EY, FirstPort, Housing and Care 21, Hymans Robertson, Independent Age, Legal & General, Newcastle University, Prudential.
To find out more about our Partners Programme, and discover how you can become part of this exclusive network, please contact: David Sinclair, Managing Director, International Longevity Centre. firstname.lastname@example.org