The HR Forum at Savoy Place is now at full delegate capacity due to record high registrations.
We are pleased to announce that with just over a month to go until the 6th annual HR Forum at Savoy Place, delegate places have now reached full capacity.
The delegate audience is more than double that of the 2010 forum, proving that whilst companies are still under pressure from the economic environment / turmoil, the value of attending networking events has clearly not been forgotten.
With 150 delegate places now filled, supplier companies attending the event will have the opportunity to meet HR directors from a wide range of large, national and multi-national organisations, such as the BBC, KPMG and Coca Cola.
Our delegate demographics for the audience in November have shown that those attending have an average individual HR budget of at £1.6m (annually). The services most sought after are “Employee Engagement”, “Leadership Development” and “Reward & Recognition”, and as such, this has been reflected in our choice of Keynote and seminar sessions taking place.
Attendees can look forward to speakers that will include David Smith, author and former People and IT Director at Asda, who will regale his experiences of creating a higher business performance through workforce engagement, and Prof. Chris Brady (BPP Business School) who will present his comparison of HR directors and football managers.
Those attending can expect an intense day of networking and CPD accredited conference sessions. For those who have left it too late to join this year, you can keep up with the event on Twitter (@HRForumUK), or register for 2012’s events by contacting the Delegate Manager, Jackie Lye (email@example.com
Alternatively, if you are interested in becoming a supplier and meeting with our senior level audience there is still time to sign up. For further information please contact either Kevin Ryan (firstname.lastname@example.org
) or Mark Heppell (email@example.com