Tickets for Annual Conference selling fast

The EOA is warning that tickets are selling faster than ever for the EOA Annual Conference 2017, with half of them already being snapped up.

We are urging those wishing to attend to book early so they don’t miss out on their opportunity to be involved, be informed, be inspired at the full two-day conference with 4 key note speakers, 5 dedicated networking sessions, 27 workshops and seminars and the EOA Gala Dinner featuring the presentation of the UK EO Awards.

An expected 700 delegates from aspiring and established employee owned organisations, along with industry experts, will network at this unique event, taking the opportunity to learn from each other, share insights, develop new thinking and celebrate success.

This year speakers include Owner and Founder of High Street handmade cosmetics retailer Lush Mark Constantine, Dr Hisham Mahmoud Global President of engineering consultancy firm Golder associates, one of the world’s largest employee owned businesses, and Loren Rodgers, Executive Director for the National Centre for employee Ownership in the US.

CEO of the EOA Deb Oxley said:

“The EOA Annual Conference is the UK event where employee ownership meets and this year for the first time ever the conference will be a two full-day event packed with opportunities to be involved, be informed and be inspired.

“As the sector continues to grow with more than 200,000employee owners across the UK, this year’s conference will showcase the significant contribution employee owned businesses have on the UK economy offering increased productivity, growth, resilience and good corporate behaviours.”

John Eckersley, from Capital for Colleagues, sponsor of the Conference for a third year, said: “The employee owned sector and its many businesses contribute a lot to the UK economy and we will continue to invest in and support the growth of these companies.

“Sponsoring the conference is an excellent way for us to demonstrate our commitment to employee ownership and we are delighted to do so.”

To find out more, book or download our brochure visit our Conference page.