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Lysa Clavenna, Head of Innovation, Samsung Europe.


We enjoy the brand and brain power of the following partners at Names Not Numbers who work with us on content and help us put this highly individual event together. As well as visibility at our event, we do specific partner offers, because we could not do it without them. To enquire about becoming a partner please contact julia@editorialintelligence.com

As Matt Peacock, Group Director of Corporate Affairs, Vodafone, NNN's Lead Partner puts it:

“We would highly recommend Names Not Numbers to any serious organisation. Editorial Intelligence has built NNN into an absolute 'must-attend' date in the diary for a wide range of informed and influential people at global level. It's now become a kind of alternative 'Davos-next-to-the-Sea', only with even more diversity. We have found the NNN events to be invaluable. Over the last few years, we have built up some really strong and important relationships that would not have happened were it not for the eclectic, fascinating and friendly melting pot. If you and your colleagues could spare the time to join us, I'm pretty confident you would not regret it”


Key Partners  2018


Britain’s oldest wine and spirits merchant Berry Bros. & Rudd is known for many things – two Royal Warrants, its warren of incredible entertaining spaces below their St James’s Street home and for being the pre-emanant experts on all things ‘fine wine’. But dig a little deeper and a fascinating story emerges; one of a company with over 300 years of history, but with a forward-facing vision that puts it in a league of its own. The family-owned business was the first wine merchant to have a website back in the early 90s, and then went on to set up the ground-breaking wine trading exchange BBX. More recently they opened their new shop at 63 Pall Mall – a wine lover’s paradise with over 1,000 bottles of wine. 


DRUGSTORE CULTURE is a new print and online magazine, published by Charles Finch and edited by Matthew d’Ancona. Its mission is to define and defend all that is best in our culture – particularly film, but also art, music, literature and politics.

It understands that, at a time when tech companies are movie studios, and reality TV stars are in power, none of these things can be discussed without reference to the others. DRUGSTORE CULTURE is a guide to this modern, mixed-up landscape.




The Bodleian Libraries at the University of Oxford is the largest university library system in the United Kingdom. It includes the principal University library – the Bodleian Library – which has been a legal deposit library for 400 years; as well as 30 libraries across Oxford including major research libraries and faculty, department and institute libraries. Together, the Libraries hold morethan 12 million printed items, over 80,000 e-journals and outstanding special collections including rare books and manuscripts, classical papyri, maps, music, art and printed ephemera. Members of the public can explore the collections via the Bodleian’s online image portal at digital.bodleian.ox.ac.uk or by visiting the exhibition galleries in the Bodleian’s Weston Library. For more information, visit www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk.

Chaired by Lord Rothschild, The Rothschild Foundation supports Waddesdon Manor and gives grants to a variety of charitable initiatives.

Central to the Foundation’s vision is an ongoing commitment to Waddesdon Manor, one of the last remaining 19th century Rothschild houses. The Foundation also supports a broad range of philanthropic activities, continuing the family’s longstanding commitment to arts and heritage, as well as organisations and groups tackling pressing issues such as the environment, sustainable development and green energy; education; and social welfare. There is a particular focus on charities operating in the broad geography around Waddesdon. In addition to offering grants, the Foundation use the unique setting of Waddesdon and the Windmill Hill Archive Centre to foster dialogue and debate across our areas of interest.