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There are many ways you can get involved with Cityparents - by giving your employees access to our careers and parenting events through Corporate Access, joining our employer network Cityworks Forum, using our Mentoring Scheme, or engaging us to work with you on Bespoke solutions.
Whatever it is, we'd love to hear from you.
Interested in a Corporate Access Event Pass? Buy one today to:
- give all your employees free access to all our events
- create an additional employee benefit and support your working parent population
- create valuable cross-company networking opportunities
- promote talent retention across the City
- get involved with hosting events
- enjoy a discount off corporate membership of Cityworks Forum, our network for HR and Diversity & Inclusion professionals in the City and Canary Wharf
Through the purchase of a Corporate Access Event Pass, employers can buy an UNLIMITED number of their employees access to ALL Citymothers & Cityfathers events in London, subject to terms and conditions. Corporate Access Event Pass holders will also benefit from priority event hosting.
Find out more HERE!
Corporate Access Event Passes offer free access and priority registration to ALL of our events, for ALL employees of the holder, subject to availability. If you think your employer would be interested in purchasing a Corporate Access Pass, please contact us for more information and pricing.
Over 70 firms currently have Corporate Access Event Passes: Royal Bank of Scotland, M&G Investments, PwC, Macfarlanes, Pictet Asset Management, Clifford Chance, Ernst & Young, Jefferies, AXA Investment Managers, the Financial Conduct Authority, Schroders, Nomura, AT Kearney, Fox Williams, CMS Cameron McKenna, Shearman & Stirling, DLA Piper, Bird & Bird, Osborne Clarke, Blackstone, Rothschild, Threadneedle, Willis Towers Watson, Lane Clark & Peacock, Macquarie, Pramerica, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, BlueBay Asset Management, Old Mutual, Allen & Overy, Kirkland & Ellis, Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy LLP, KPMG, Pinsent Masons, Standard Bank, Beazley Group, Linklaters, Mayer Brown, First State Investments, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Newton Investment Management, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, Nabarro, Eversheds, White & Case, Latham & Watkins, Northern Trust, Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP, SCOR SE, Sackers, Dentons, Dechert, Mishcon de Reya, Hermes Investment Management, Charles Russell Speechlys, Farrer & Co, Navigant, Travers Smith, Investec Bank plc, Partnership, Field Court Chambers, Architas, Barclay Simpson, Mvision, Royal Bank of Canada, Trowers & Hamlins, Withers, Ashurst, Chaucer, Haberman Ilett, Golin, FTI Consulting, Memery Crystal, King & Wood Mallesons, Bloomberg, BNY Mellon and Cass Business School.