Advanced Corporate Partnerships Masterclass

Discover how behavioural science can help you build ambitious corporate partnerships.

Who should attend?

This training is aimed at heads of corporate partnerships and corporate partnerships managers with  four years experience or more.

Course summary

We have seen a dramatic shift in the corporate agenda. This has created exciting partnership opportunities which are only available to those who rise to the challenge. This training will equip you with the insight and tools to seize these opportunities with both hands.

What you will learn

  • How the corporate agenda has shifted
  • How to become a magnet for your ideal prospects
  • How to increase your conversion rate
  • How to build a remarkable team
  • How to create a partnerships culture
  • How to optimise your partnership portfolio
  • The essentials of a powerful corporate partnerships strategy

What you will take away

  • Tools to secure more meetings with target prospects
  • Closing techniques to move prospects from warm to signing on the dotted line
  • A fresh approach to gain support from relevant colleagues
  • A framework to prioritise and maximise your partnership portfolio
  • Inspiration and confidence to build more ambitious partnerships.

Learning style

Our Advanced Corporate Partnerships Masterclass is results-focussed, and it takes a step by step approach to applying best practice and taking action. Built on our research-based insight and over 75 years’ experience, we mix teaching with interactive group work and break-out sessions.

We support all accessibility requirements; our training is designed for everyone. We encourage participants from all backgrounds, so if there is anything we can do to make our training better for you/allow you to show your best self.

Time and dates

The course consists of one in person session, from 10:00am –  4:00pm BST on the Thursday 27 April 2023.

The training will be delivered at Stroke Association House, 240 City Road, London, EC1V 2PR.

Places are £475 + VAT and can be booked by emailing the Remarkable Partnerships team on or calling Jonathan on 07789 871 496.


Jonathan Andrews

Jonathan is a corporate partnerships specialist with 22 years’ experience. He has led successful fundraising teams at Alzheimer’s Society, Age Concern and Action for Children. At Alzheimer’s Society, his team’s fundraising income increased from £4m to £16m in four years. He has secured major corporate partnerships including BT, Bupa, Credit Suisse, Intel and Santander. He is the co-founder of Byte Night, which has raised over £12 million for Action for Children. In 2013 he created Remarkable Partnerships to help charities and companies create game-changing partnerships. He has published three industry reports and he was the project lead on corporate partnerships for the Commission on the Donor Experience. Jonathan leaves people feeling inspired and motivated to be more ambitious.

Georgina Oxlade 

Georgina grew up with fundraising in her blood and, as such, is a highly motivated corporate partnerships expert. Georgina’s experience includes the Prince’s Trust, BBC Children in Need and VSO. Whilst at BBC Children in Need, she won and led the £12million a year principle partnership with Lloyds Banking Group – including designing and delivering a new outreach programme and customer campaign. Whilst at VSO, Georgina delivered large scale international corporate partnerships that helped deliver the charity’s mission. Georgina specialises in bringing purpose to the foreground, team upskilling, and performance analysis and reporting. Georgina is excited to bring her knowledge experience to a wide range
of charities.  

Nicola O’Donnell

Nicola is a corporate partnerships specialist with 16 years’ experience and is passionate about working with charities to create major, long-term shared-purpose corporate partnerships.  Nicola has led a successful corporate fundraising team at Rainbow Trust, increasing income from 100k to 2.1 million, securing a number of major corporate partnerships including Deutsche bank Nomura, Invesco, The Jockey Club, Cafe Rouge, and DHL.  Joining Momentum Children’s Charity, she went on to secure partnerships with ICAP, XL Catlin, Jupiter, Manulife, and Berkeley Homes.