There is now just a week to go to the Future Work Conference in Birmingham (UK) city centre on 24th April. Thanks to my friends at Wisework, I will be attending. We have secured a limited number of places at the Conference at a special rate of only £50 per person. These are places for readers of this blog and are being offered at cost price, covering the cost of the venue only. So get in quick – it is a whole day (10 – 4.30pm), including workshop discussion.
The conference brings to life the book “Future Work: How businesses can adapt and thrive in the new world of work”, with authors Alison Maitland and Peter Thomson heading up the list of expert speakers. Other speakers include Dave Coplin, Director of Search at Microsoft, Mark Thomas, Chief Executive of Word Association and representatives of Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council, Wolverhampton Homes and Vodafone.
The Conference is being held at the studio central Birmingham on April 24th from 10.00am to 4.30.pm.
This conference brings together several inspiring speakers from the public and private sector to share their ideas, vision, experience and practical advice on how management culture has to change to rise to the challenges ahead. The aim is to stimulate debate, encourage discussion, share ideas, highlight examples of best practice and give you vital tips on where to go from here.
For more information on the event go to www.futureworkconference.com.
If you would like to take advantage of this special offer, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.