Resilience First runs a wide range of events including webinars, conferences, networking events, project workshops, roundtables and networking receptions, aimed at sharing best practice, developing new ways of working and building corporate and stakeholder relationships.

Champions and members have priority access to our events and webinars.  Non-member companies have limited access to our events and webinars.

Post events' and webinars' write-ups, slides and/or videos are shared with Resilience First Champions and members as well as the events' and webinars' attendees.

Please click here for a copy of Resilience First programme of events and webinars.

Please click here to view video recordings of our past webinars and events.

The Next Infrastructure Review of the UK

Webinar: 13 January 2022, 3-4pm
The National Infrastructure Commission recently launched its Baseline Report ahead of the 2nd NIC Assessment Report which will be published in the second half of 2023. The Baseline Report identified three key strategic themes for study: reaching net zero, adapting to climate change and reducing environmental impacts, and supporting levelling up across regions. It also identified six national systems to be considered: digital, energy, flood resilience, water and wastewater, waste, and transport. The first phase of the work is a Call for Evidence, which will remain open until 4 February 2022.

Improving Urban Infrastructure for Better Resilience – a Global Perspective

Webinar: 2 February 2022, 3-4pm
Delivering robust net-zero infrastructure solutions and generating a circular, resilient, sustainable economy that focuses on sharing, leasing, reusing, repairing, refurbishing and recycling existing materials and products for as long as possible will help tackle our global challenges of climate change, biodiversity loss, and waste. Join us as speakers from around the world will reveal a diversity of views and approaches to this vitally important subject.

Resilience First's panel discussion: Futureproofing the Hospitality Sector, followed by drinks reception

Wednesday 16 March 2022, 6pm for 6.30pm to 7.30pm, followed by drinks reception
Two years on from the UK’s first lockdown, the hospitality sector remains at the forefront of major battles when one considers the global uncertainty the pandemic continues to generate, the labour and supply fallouts from Brexit – and, of course, the urgent action needed by all to tackle climate change, as advanced at COP26.