The world of work has changed. Technology has enabled a more mobile and productive workforce. Disruption has heightened the need for agility and flexibility and changed attitudes to work, family and wellbeing. The contract between the employer and employee has been altered irrevocably. Work 2.0 is the UK’s only exhibition and multiple inter-related conference dedicated to the changing nature of work and the technologies that are transforming the workplace.
Organised around four fundamental themes Work 2.0 will feature over 150 speakers, 750 conference attendees and 1000 visitors from across Europe and beyond. These delegates will gather to discuss and debate the following four fundamental issues affecting the evolution of the world of work
- Digital transformation, Communication and Collaboration
- Health, Wellness and Mindfullness
- Workplace Space and Design
- Engagement, Learning and Development
In the premium business conferences delegates from the corporate sector will hear what Europe’s most innovative companies are doing to attract, retain and develop their staff, resulting in improved productivity. In the exhibition, attendees get to experience the latest solutions in enterprise mobility, modern workspace design and much more. Plus, visitors enjoy free seminars at the on-floor seminar theatre.
As the world of work converges, responsibility is shared out amongst several different departments. Our delegate profile reflects this and you can expect to meet C-Level representatives from HR, Workplace, Facilities, Real Estate, Employee Engagement, Wellness, Diversity and Inclusion, Training, Innovation, IT and more.
If you have a solution that you think our attendees would benefit from hearing about, or if you would be interested in sharing your message with almost 2000 senior representatives from Europe’s largest and most innovative companies, then call me today. The exhibition floor does sell out, so don’t delay.
Price: 2 Day Conference Pass: GBP 895
Speakers: AXA, Barclays, BT, Credit Suisse, Criteo, EDF Energy, Glaxo SmithKline, Heathrow, HSBC, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, KPMG, Lloyds Banking Group, Maersk Group, Microsoft International, Nationwide Building Society, Public Health England, RWE Group, Royal Mail, Schneider Electric, SKY, Springwise Ventures, Thames Water, The Fit For Work Team, Tieto, Vodafone