Recognising that, now in its 6th year, Make A Difference’s sister event, the MAD World Summit, is firmly established as the go-to, solutions-focused event for employers looking for best practice in workplace culture, mental health and wellbeing, Calm Business has come on board as Headline Sponsor.
Calm Business is a solution that offers HR and people leaders the resources they need to build effective, preventative, mental health strategies. This includes the provision of organisation level analytics, insights and reporting, dedicated customer service, workplace tool integrations and tailored workshops.
Some of the 3,000+ organisations that Calm Business already supports around the world include Accenture, KraftHeinz, Johnson & Johnson, McDonalds, Deloitte, ASICS and Capital One.
Commenting on the collaboration, Mark Pigou, co-founder of the Summit said:
“We are delighted to welcome Calm Business on board as the Headline Sponsor of this year’s MAD World Summit. It promises to be another fantastic event, bringing employers from across sectors together to share ideas and experiences and stay ahead of the latest developments”.
The future of work relies on a mentally healthy workforce
Alex Will, President at Calm will be joining the opening keynote session of the Summit, sharing his perspective on the future of workplace mental health and global data from Calm’s most recent mental health trends report.
Calm Business will also be joining a panel session on the main agenda and running a roundtable to enable employers to share knowledge in real-time and get answers to their specific questions.
Commenting on the announcement, Alex Will said:
“With workplace stress at an all-time high, smart organisations have recognised mental health is the foundation of their workforce’s ability to be engaged, productive, creative and happy. The future of work relies on a mentally healthy workforce and employers have a crucial role to play. We are looking forward to being part of this forward-thinking summit and connecting with leaders who recognise their responsibility in driving forward positive outcomes for their workforce.”
You can find out more about Calm Business here.
With 100+ speakers, laser-focused on workplace culture & engagement, strategy & leadership, prevention & intervention, this year’s agenda is packed with fresh thinking around workplace culture and employee mental health and wellbeing.
The 6th annual MAD World Summit is taking place at 133 Houndsditch in Central London on 12th October 2023. Full details about the Summit and the link to register are here.