You may have heard of the Meaning conference, held in Brighton each year. It's being going since 2012 and I am lucky enough to be one of the founders.
Meaning was set up to start a conversation about ways that business might be able to contribute to building a better world - a project that only seems to grow in importance as the years go by.
This year the speakers have been selected by journalist Paul Mason, and are an eclectic mix of thinkers and doers, from business, academia, activism and the arts.
I have arranged a 15% discount for AMED members. Standard tickets are £185 plus VAT. That is reduced to £157 (plus VAT) with the discount.
Simply enter the code 'AMED' when buying a ticket. It is also possible to get discounts by going as a group but I am sorry you can't apply the code to that. There are further discounts if you happen to be an NUS member.
You can read more about it here - http://2016.meaningconference.co.uk/ - and for those who can't go, videos of the sessions will be posted online.
But I'd really recommend it as a great place to meet face-to-face with a diverse set of people interested in improving the world through business.
In fact, there's an open invitation to organise fringe meetings - it might be an opportunity to meet with other AMED members while there. If anyone is interested in that please let me know.