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Membership Hacks to Maximise your Assets

Making the most of membership is a shortcut to maximising your own assets – the perfect way to showcase your company as an impactful influencer of change within the workplace for young women.

And this year’s diary provides plenty of opportunity to fly the flag. As well as celebrating the latest winners of our hugely successful investment contest we’ve got a busy schedule of events for you to participate in and promote.

The summer starts with the opportunity to give talks to schools on investment management and Competition Kick Off Workshops and continues with competition masterclasses right up until December.

Here are just a few suggestions on how you can highlight your work with Future Asset, keep our achievements and events in the spotlight and demonstrate how we are all helping to effect positive change and diversity.

  • Share your firm’s involvement with Future Asset on social media and in your PR.  Use your Member / Sponsor Badge (see our Brand Guidelines) in any postings/publicity.  It’s an excellent way to show your commitment to increasing diversity over the long term.
  • Highlight any events you are attending/have attended with a social media post. Let people know how it went.
  • Ask your volunteers to add their role as a Future Asset Ambassador to their own/your company’s LinkedIn profile. It’s a small but effective addition.
  • Offer to facilitate a visit, host an event or provide work experience – get in touch with us as we’d be delighted to help (

Helen Bradley, Future Asset CEO, says“We’ve had a truly fantastic year so far but we need to keep up the momentum and continue to get our message out there beyond the competition. Everyone who gets involved with Future Asset can be an effective ambassador by helping us promote the great work that’s going on all year round.

“It doesn’t have to be a big fanfare but every little helps, especially on social media which can really help us reach young women out there with potential who may not otherwise hear of Future Asset.”

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