MADWorld Summit News intro for 6 October

It’s just over two weeks until the fourth annual MADWorld Summit. So, we’re shining a spotlight on this year’s event highlights, which is in-person, in Central London, on 21st October.

MAD stands for Make A Difference. Here are 3 reasons why it’s a must attend event for any employer who cares about workplace culture, mental health and wellbeing:

  1. With 70+ speakers, 20 roundtables, 9 workshops and 30 exhibitors, every employer can come away with fresh insights you can apply to your own organisation.
  2. Loads of opportunities for knowledge-sharing with peers from across sectors mean you can find out what is and isn’t working for others, gain answers to your burning questions and build your network of contacts – all in one day. It’s those chance meetings and side conversations that make all the difference.
  3. With so many leaders in the workplace wellbeing space joining us, its the place to cut through the noise and make sure you’re ahead of the curve in our fast evolving world of work.

Don’t get left behind. We’re on a mission to bring more and more employers to the workplace culture, mental health and wellbeing conversation, so any employer can attend – whatever your budget:

1. Full delegate pass – this gives access to all of the keynotes, case studies, round tables on a wide range of topics, networking, TechTalk Digital Solution Showcase, Think Tank, exhibition and workshops. It also includes lunch and refreshments. The group pass is the best value
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2. FREE Workshops & exhibition pass – compare 30 leading suppliers under one roof and join any of the 9 free to attend workshops
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3. Post event digital pass – for those who can’t join us in-person, the digital pass will give you on demand access to the filmed conference sessions and workshops
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Take a look at the agenda, roundtables and workshops and register your teams here.

Look forward to seeing you there.


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