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Building Further Evidence to Justify Change

Can your organisation afford to miss out?

Awareness of the issues around sedentary working has grown rapidly. There is now weekly media coverage given to the expanding scientific evidence linking prolonged sitting to both increased employee health risks and productivity issues.

The Active Working Summit™ 2016 is aimed at senior professionals, opinion leaders and decision makers responsible for wellbeing, productivity, engagement and office work space in companies with a large number of office-based staff.

Take this opportunity to learn more about how Active Working may deliver measurable improvements in employee health, productivity & engagement.

Over 85% of attendees recommend this event and plan to come again.

Heads of Workplace & Productivity:
CRE, CFO’s, FM and Procurement

Heads of Wellbeing:
Directors of Occupational Health & Human Resources

Heads of Engagement:
CEO’s and Human Resource Directors

Specifiers and Opinion Formers:
Workspace Architects and Designers

Trade and National Press:
Health Editors, Reporters, Freelance.

Some of the companies & organisations who attended this event before include:
  • BP
  • BUPA
  • Exxon Mobil
  • EY
  • Sky
  • Allied Bakeries
  • Rolls Royce
  • Transport for London
  • Wellcome Trust
  • Health Management
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Humanscale
  • Posturite
  • BackCare
  • British Airways
  • Techno gym
  • Virgin Media
  • King Entertainment
  • Amicus Horizon
  • Redington
  • Gaz de France
  • Public Health England
  • Macmillan Cancer Support
  • British Heart Foundation
  • FIRA
  • Telegraph Media Group
  • People Management

Dr James Levine
Prof. of Medicine,
Director Obesity Solutions,
Mayo Clinic and
Arizona State University

Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson
Chair, ukactive