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Are you a Lancashire employer who is passionate about employee wellbeing?

By |20th September 2017|Categories: Business Development and Support, Connect & Learn Events, Education and Training, Growth Builder, Marketing|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Charity Lancashire MIND is looking for local employers to showcase best practice in workplace wellbeing to inspire others at a newly announced conference:

On the back of the success of Lancashire Mind’s  mentally healthy workplace forum, Lancashire Mind are working with partners to bring local employers together from across the county to share best practice to raise the profile and benefits of workplace wellbeing.

 

Time to Talk about Wellbeing in the Workplace

8th February 2017

Preston Marriott Hotel

 

This is an exciting platform to raise your profile 

Complete this short survey to express interest in speaking opportunities, after which Lancashire MIND will let you know if you have been successful in obtaining a short speaking session:

 

Or maybe having an exhibit at the conference is more your thing.

The conference is an exciting and cost effective opportunity to:

·         Reach your target audience
·         Sell and promote your service
·         Demonstrate what you do
·         Launch a new product or service
·         Network with local employers
·         Develop new business contacts
·         Raise awareness and gain feedback on your offer

For the reasonable price of £75* stalls are available in the Five Ways Marketplace, which will be open to delegates throughout this not for profit conference,  including dedicated viewing times as part of the programme.

Informed by local demand and with over 80 employers interested in attendance so far the conference is set to be a fantastic event and business opportunity not to be missed.

*Price includes provision of lunch and refreshments. 

Express your interest in exhibiting by completing this short form.

 

Conference delegate registration will go live from September

 Contact laurenoakland@lancashiremind.org.uk for more information

Amy Housewine Event Supports S.E.E.D. Eating Disorders Charity

By |20th September 2017|Categories: Business Development and Support, Connect & Learn Events, Marketing, Social Responsibility|Tags: , , , , |

Your are invited to a Live Music Charity Event with Paula Delaney (Amy Housewine) and supporting artists.

Taking place at the Evoque Night Club in Preston Lancashire on the evening of Saturday 7th of October, the event is being organised in order to raise funding for the charity S.E.E.D. (Support and Education for Eating Disorders). This is the charity’s 7th year of providing a service to those who suffer with problems associated with eating disorders.

It is also World Mental Health Day on the 10th of October therefore as eating disorders are a mental health issue, it is the ideal time to again be highlighting the lack of finance funding the NHS receives in the procurement of mental health care services to meet the needs of the service required.

You, your families, friends and colleagues are invited to be a part of this Live Music Event by purchasing tickets and attending a great night of live music.

A night out together “Bonding!” and enjoying the very best in live music entertainment could only be a good thing, or the night could be used as a warm up event for the up and coming Christmas party season?

Find out more and reserve your place.

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