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2018 Employee Engagement Summit

EUROPE’S BIGGEST EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT EVENT

Engage Business Media’s third annual Employee Engagement Summit, held in April 2017 with a new record attendance of 500, is being universally acclaimed by delegates, sponsors and speakers as a roaring success as the Summit firmly establishes itself as the biggest and best of its kind in Europe.

From a scintillating scene setting opening keynote on the very purpose of work from former Employment Relations minister Jo Swinson, to packed focus group sessions, to more than 20 case study presentations from organisations as diverse as Harrods, Thomson Reuters, Heathrow Airport, the NHS, Vodafone, LV= and the Civil Service, the Summit had something for everybody.

 

3 PLENARY KEYNOTES | 45+ SPEAKERS | 600+ DELEGATES | focus group sessions

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