News from our partners: Paul Lindley OBE and local businesspeople lead panel on The Evolution of the Workplace
News from our partners University Centre Shrewsbury
Paul Lindley OBE, founder of the hugely successful organic food company, Ella’s Kitchen, child welfare campaigner, author and advocate for small businesses and start-ups, will be the keynote speaker at the DarwIN Festival “The Evolution of the Workplace” lecture at University Centre Shrewsbury.
Paul Lindley has worked extensively to support small businesses and entrepreneurs through the Consumer Forum and Business and You to help build the next generation of world-class British brands.
Joining Paul Lindley at University Centre Shrewsbury on Thursday 13 February 2020, at 5pm, will be four local business thought leaders:
- Chairing the event: John O’Brien MBE, Shropshire’s bestselling business author, EMEA Head of the One Hundred marketing agency, working with major corporates on strategy and communication needs;
- Mark Walton, local-based serial entrepreneur and CEO of the paradigm-shifting, employee-centric, customer support company Sensee;
- Kate Holbrook, founder of Turtle Doves, a Shropshire-based, award-winning ethical ‘recycling’ business which has received national recognition; and,
- Gary Dee, Shropshire-based UK Managing Director of Bostik, the global manufacturer of adhesives.
What are the trends affecting the workplaces of tomorrow? How does humanity and people-centric thinking potentially empower businesses with their staff and customers? How does technology, Gen Z and millennial thinking, localization, ethical and sustainable thinking affect our attitudes to business and offer routes to success?
Join us for a thought-provoking discussion on the evolution of the workplace. The event is free, but booking is strongly suggested. You may book your place through UCS’ website at: https://www.ucshrewsbury.ac.uk/public-events
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