The EOA Conference 2021 is the place to discover how to unlock the potential of people, businesses and the economy through employee ownership.
Prepare to learn, share experiences and insight, network with peers and advisors and celebrate employee ownership success stories at our first fully virtual annual conference, supported by headline sponsors J Gadd Associates & Postlethwaite.
Exploring Succession – aimed at founders and owners looking for a succession or growth solution to learn about ‘the why, how and the essentials of’ a transition to employee ownership.
Developing Good Employee Ownership – aimed at leaders and employee owners in an employee-owned business, learn and discuss best practice on the building blocks of good EO – good governance, good leadership, and good communications – which ranges from creating an employee council to developing leadership behaviours.
Better Business – aimed at those looking to develop good business practices drawing on the strength of their employee ownership model, including a focus on environmental, social and governance, ways of working and adapting and innovating.
- Case study presentations
- Round-table sessions
- Adviser insight sessions
- Facilitated and speed networking
Plus, with a choice of different ways to either exhibit or network, professional advisors have a range of ways to share insight with other attendees.
Find out how you can get involved with our Sponsorship Opportunities PackEOA Annual Conference 2021 Sponsorship Opportunities.pdf
Members £125 +VAT with code EMPLOYEEOWNED
EOA Member 10 or More Tickets: 10% Discount
Non members £145 +VAT
We will look to verify membership. Each ticket admits one person to the event.
To help you pick your sessions see our colour coded linked to our three Content Tracks.
Green: The Exploring Succession Track – these sessions are aimed at those exploring employee ownership for a succession or growth solution.
Blue: The Better Business Track – aimed at those looking to develop good business practices drawing on the strength of their employee ownership model.
Pink: The Developing Good Employee Ownership Track – aimed at leaders and employee owners in an employee-owned business, to learn about and discuss best practice on the building blocks of good EO – good governance, good leadership, and good communications.