CMI President’s Dinner and Gold Medal Award 2015

A Celebration of Purpose

Join us at the 2015 President’s Dinner and Gold Medal Award – an unmissable celebration of outstanding management and leadership

Our CMI President Mike Clasper will be hosting this black tie dinner on 8th March from 6.30pm at the unique setting of the Museum of London, as we recognise two true champions of management innovation and social purpose:

  • Gold Medal Award – Jimmy Wales: Founder and CEO of Wikipedia and Chairman of The People’s Operator
  • Lifetime Achievement Award – Sir Ronald Cohen: Founder of Apax Partners and of social investment organisations including Social Finance, Bridges Venture and Big Society Capital

The event kicks off with a drinks reception and networking followed by a sumptuous three course dinner. It gives you the opportunity to wine, dine and have fun with accomplished, like-minded professionals as well as gain top tips and lessons from three of the leading lights in business.

Why attend?

  • Hear from Jimmy Wales on creating the globally renowned Wikipedia, and now his plans for the new mobile network focused on delivering social good, The People’s Operator
  • Hear from Sir Ronald Cohen on his work to pioneer new models of business investment and philanthropy to help improve lives across the world
  • Celebrate inspirational leadership and network with 300 influential business leaders from across the UK
  • Take in the inspirational surroundings of the Museum of London, including the iconic London 2012 Olympic Cauldron

Meet the Speakers

CMgr Report 2015

Jimmy Wales

Founder and CEO of Wikipedia

Reetu Kansal

Sir Ronald Cohen

Founder of Apax Partners

Emily Smith

Ann Francke


Michael Brearey

Mike Clasper

President of CMI