Lizzie Wood

Account Director

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All about Lizzie

Lizzie has worked at Fourth Day for six years. Having completed an internship in the London office she joined the Manchester team full time after graduating with a degree in Ancient History from Nottingham University.

As well as leading on clients in the tech, manufacturing and arts sectors, Lizzie also leads the Fourth Day events programme. She launched Honest Talks in 2017, a series of events aimed at opening up debate around topics we find difficult to discuss in the workplace.

Lizzie loves to travel and plays a vital role in the development of Fourth Day internationally, particularly in the US and Germany.

Outside of office hours Lizzie loves exploring new restaurants and bars in Manchester as well as going to gigs. She knows what’s going on at all times and is always ready with a recommendation of where to eat, drink or become culturally enriched.

Recent articles by Lizzie

Masculinity in the Workplace - He for me? He and she? Or are we all just people?

Yesterday marked International Men's Day so it was apt that my colleague Xanthe and I headed to Masculinity in the Workplace, hosted by Token Man; an initiative that aims to give men in industry a better understanding of the challenges women face in business, and HeANDShe; a conference series designed to bring men into the gender conversation.

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Using PR to attract investment at Tech Open Air

Fourth Day has hosted our first ever satellite event in Germany as part of this year's TOA festival in Berlin.

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Honest Talks - Social media in the workplace

We’re hosting another Honest Talks! The third instalment in our series of panel discussions will be focused on the topic of “Social media in the workplace”. Tickets on sale now.

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Event management 101 - your essential checklist

This summer, the Fourth Day team launched a new event series called Honest Talks. The idea was to bring together a group of business people in an intimate, relaxed group, to discuss issues that often feel too big, that might make us feel uncomfortable, or that have the potential to go undiscussed.

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Is this the end of boozy business?

Earlier this year Lloyd’s of London implemented a drinking ban for its staff between the hours of 9am to 5pm. They justified this move by pointing to the presence of alcohol consumption in half of disciplinary cases in the last couple of years.

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What brands can learn from The Great British Bake Off

We love a good debate in the Fourth Day offices and often spend our lunch breaks discussing everything from educational policy to the best way to style leather trousers. But one thing that has come up repeatedly in recent weeks is The Great British Bake Off and its return to our screens on Channel 4.

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