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2019 Employee Engagement Summit

EUROPE’S premier EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT EVENT

Progressing into its sixth year, the Employee Engagement Summit is firmly established as Europe’s premier event, examining all aspects of work under the overarching theme of how technology is changing the face of employee engagement.

There has never been a better time to attend the Summit, as a growing number of organisations are realising the business benefits that accrue when they forge a link between engagement of their employees and their customers.

The big news for 2019? Well, we’ve moved! After a 50% growth in the event, we are very excited to announce that our new home is the Riverbank Park Plaza, meaning an exciting additional third seminar hall and more content than ever before being soaked up by delegates on the day.

By joining us on the day, you’ll be part of a unique experience that includes 70+ industry experts sharing their exclusive case studies, interactive workshops, as well as networking opportunities with delegates working in similar roles to yourself. 

 PLENARY KEYNOTES | new venue | 3 seminar halls | 70+ SPEAKERS | 700+ DELEGATES | FOCUS GROUP SESSIONS

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