After more than a decade of success with HR Summits; first the London HR Summit and then making its debut in the North with the Manchester HR Summit in 2013; Forum Events has decided to expand into the Scottish market this 2016.
Forum Events’ first ever Scotland HR Summit will test its waters in the capital city, Edinburgh, in the outstanding Hilton Grosvenor Hotel on 19 April, 2016.
Bringing the industry’s key influencers together for a set of match made face-to-face meetings, interactive seminars and endless networking opportunities; the Scotland HR Summit, like its counterparts, will be established as a haven for HR professionals to build upon their network and expertise in the dynamic industry.
Forum Events’ concept of events significantly differs to other events within the industry. Its HR Summits are purposely smaller than other events in the industry; focusing on quality over quantity.
Differing to trade shows and exhibitions; delegates and suppliers are carefully selected to match one another’s business requirements, thereby exclusively limiting attendance to senior HR professionals and the most innovative product and service providers in the industry.
Using a unique matchmaking process, the Scotland HR Summit team strives for compatibility between attending delegates and suppliers – ensuring both parties leave the event with a handful of useful contacts.
Coveted for their unique combination of face-to-face meetings, seminars and networking opportunities; Forum Events’ HR Summits are the ideal place for senior HR professionals to learn about what’s new in the market and where to make the right investments.
HR Business Partner at Argos comments on the 2015 London HR Summit:
“Brilliant event in sourcing new innovation for products to progress business initiatives.”
Forum Events’ HR Summits have grown from strength to strength establishing itself as the ideal place for HR industry professionals to stay well-informed on the latest industry news, updates and innovations over its 10-year lifespan.
It is, therefore, unsurprising that the list of attendees to its brand new Scotland HR Summit is jam-packed with some of the biggest household names including BP Exploration, Co-Operative, Edinburgh Airport Ltd, Royal Bank of Scotland and Syngenta, among many others.
Allowing suppliers to get their foot in the door in the competitive industry; Forum Events’ HR Summits provide the ideal foreground for suppliers to showcase their products and services to the people that matter.
This year it will be welcoming some of the most innovative suppliers in the industry, including Changefirst, the Institute of Leadership Management, Medicash Health Benefits and last but not least, Generali Employee Benefits, this year’s headline partner.
Previous attendees Lane Clark & Peacock share their views on the latest Manchester HR Summit: “The event was brilliant, it allowed us to talk key HR decision makers and learn what was important to them, a great day!”
Within the increasingly competitive HR industry; the importance of a good business relationship between companies and their product and service suppliers has become critical.
With this in mind, Forum Events’ HR Summits use a unique formula to match like-minded delegates and suppliers together for a series of face-to-face meetings.
A key component to Forum Events’ core philosophy; its face-to-face meetings provide the opportunity to network on a personal level. After all evidence confirms we are much more likely to do business with companies it has met face-to-face.
Inviting two prominent industry influencers to host interactive seminars, Forum Events’ HR Summits ensures delegates remain fully informed on the latest industry trends and advances.
The first ever Scotland HR Summit will be welcoming industry specialists Stuart Leatherby, the Chief Commercial Officer of Generali Global Health and David Miller, Changefirst CEO.
Stuart Leatherby will be join Forum Events to discuss the challenges remote locations pose to employers; looking at the role international health insurers can play in supporting organisations with overseas and offshore teams.
Stuart will touch on employee wellness, product design, routine medical and emergency support and finally regulation; providing a practical solution to a prominent problem for many HR departments.
Focusing on the changes triggered by emerging economies, customer demands, digital technology and the shift in employee expectations; David Miller, will be sharing his expertise in an interactive group session. The change management expert will share his knowledge on delivering business strategies within a disruptive world; more specifically how HR departments can adapt to these new demands to best support organisations.
Both David and Stuart will shed their wisdom in sharp 45-minute long seminars and workshops to keep delegates engaged and well-informed.
Going the extra mile with endless networking opportunities throughout the day; the first ever Scotland HR Summit will ensure attendees get to know each other that little bit better; helping to form personable relationships from the very beginning.
Portfolio Sales Manager, Frances Lee, said: “We’re delighted to announce the launch of the Scotland HR Summit this 2016. We hope it will be just as successful as its counterparts; providing the ideal foreground for HR professionals to come together to find out what’s new in the industry and where to make the right investments.”
With plenty of opportunities to network and make relevant business contacts; Forum Events’ HR Summits have become well-established as unparalleled platforms to learn, share, network and engage with the industry’s top players.
Join Forum Events for the first ever Scotland HR Summit this 2016. Limited places remain for both delegates and suppliers, confirm your attendance as soon as possible.
Supplier Contact: Delegate contact:
Frances Lee Kelly Barrett
Portfolio Sales Manager Delegate Sales Executive
E: F.Lee@forumevents.co.uk E: K.Barrett@forumevents.co.uk
T: 01992 374070 T: 01992 374057