Purpose of the action:
Send Ark Insurance’s management LinkedIn messages and get them to stop insuring the Adani coal mine.
How will it works:
If you have LinkedIn, log in. If you don’t have it, follow the process (at the end of this page) to set up a profile, and then come back here.
Step 1: click on one of the ARK staff’s LinkedIn profiles provided below. This will open their profile in a new window.
|Nick Bonnar||Chief Underwriting Officer||LinkedIn profile|
|David Foreman||Non-Executive Chairman||LinkedIn profile|
|Neil Smith||Director of Finance||LinkedIn profile|
|Paul Dawson||Manager Director||LinkedIn profile|
|Katherine Henderson||Senior Underwriter||LinkedIn profile|
|Matt Town||Senior Underwriter||LinkedIn profile|
|Victoria Allen||Senior Underwriter||LinkedIn profile|
|Charlie Boyd||Senior Underwriter||LinkedIn profile|
Step 2: click on “connect” and then “add a note” to send them a message asking them to rule out insuring new coal and Adani.
Step 3: Type in your message. This will allow for a max. of 300 characters. Once you have finished typing, click on send.
Step 4: Done! Now send messages to as many other contacts as possible!
NOTE Instead of clicking on “connect”, you can also click on “message” the contacts. This will allow for longer messages, but messages can only be sent to max. 5 people per month from each account (depending on your payment plan).
Setting up a LinkedIn profile
Step 1: Head over to https://www.linkedin.com/signup/ and type in your email and chosen password. Then click on “agree & join”. You can also join with google.
Step 2: Type in your first name and surname, then click on “continue”.
Step 3: Do the security verification. Then fill in details about your location, and click on “next”.
Step 4: You’re done! Now go back to the beginning of the page and start messaging ARK employees.
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