Ambition 2018 is an annual one-day sales and marketing conference held this year on 14 November 2018 at The Spotlight conference venue in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire. Some of the UK’s leading experts in sales and marketing will attend the packed agenda, where they can gain insight from several high-quality speakers, including Rubber Cheese’s Managing Director, Kelly Molson.
The conference is a community event, sponsored and organised by local businesses for local businesses, providing an opportunity to network with fellow professionals from Broxbourne and the surrounding areas. All proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the two beneficiary charities.
Rubber Cheese’s Managing Director, Kelly Molson said: “We are absolutely delighted and so grateful that The Tamba Bereavement Support Group (BSG) has been chosen as one of this year’s beneficiary charities. It is a charity that has supported both myself and partner Lee after losing our twin girls Lily May and Ava Allison in 2017. I have attended the conference year on year and see it as an invaluable source of sales and marketing advice”
From 1st February 2018 to the 31st January 2019, Rubber Cheese will be attempting to raise £15,000 for the charity, allowing them to run the bereavement group for an entire year. Their weird and wonderful funding challenges are documented on our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn pages under the #15yearsofRubberCheese hashtag (oh, and don’t forget to support us via our JustGiving page).
The Twins & Multiple Birth Association (TAMBA) is a UK-based charity helping people around the world. They were set up by parents of multiples and interested professionals in 1978. Parents are at the heart of their policies and priorities. Through their work, they aim to ‘Save Lives’ and ‘Support families’ either through groundbreaking clinical and social research or unique support services which help families who are often in desperate need.
The Tamba Bereavement Support Group (BSG) is a subgroup of TAMBA and exists to support all parents and carers of multiples who have experienced loss whether it was during pregnancy, at birth or at any point afterwards.
For more information about TAMBA, visit their website or social channels.