RSA Ideas helps Fellows develop their ideas or early stage projects by utilising the knowledge, skills, and connections of others in the network.
Would you value the contributions of others as you shape an idea that has the potential to create social change? Do you have skills or expertise that could help someone else turn a great idea into reality?
Join us on 9 July to:
Develop others’ ideas by sharing insights, suggestions and connections
Meet other Fellows and social entrepreneurs
Play your part in turning great ideas into a reality with the RSA
We have received an extraordinarly level of interest in this event, and applications to pitch have reached capacity. Thank you for your interest, and to those who have submitted applications.
If you did not sign up but wish to be considered, please email Jessica McMorrow at firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your idea. We will be in touch very soon if further places become available.
All places will be confirmed by the RSA London team no later than Wednesday 20 June.
18.00: Networking and refreshments
18:40: Pitches begin and ideas start bouncing
20.20: Wrapping up and networking
21.00: Event ends
We will be starting with networking, drinks, and food from 18:00. Ideas will start bouncing from 18:40.
Who can attend?
Our Fellowship events are free to attend, but due to their popularity we ask that you please register in advance by following the ‘Book Now’ link at the top of this page. We welcome non-Fellows who support the work of the RSA and those who are interested in finding out more about Fellowship. You can only book one ticket at a time so if you would like to invite a guest, please send them this link and ask them to sign up.
Please note that this is a dynamic event structure and some parts involve standing networking. If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the team know: email@example.com. Please also advise us if you have any dietary requirements or severe allergies.
More information about the RSA Ideas event format and running your own event like this can be found here.