Rt Hon Greg Clark will be presenting a welcome address at the CIPD Festival of Work, taking place on 12 June 2019 at Olympia London.
Greg was appointed Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy in 2016, and was elected Conservative MP for Royal Tunbridge Wells in 2005. Greg was Director of Policy for the Conservative Party from 2001-2005 for three successive leaders – William Hague, Iain Duncan Smith and Michael Howard. Born in Middlesbrough, Greg studied economics at Cambridge before earning his PhD from the London School of Economics.
Anton Riolo, Head of Content for CIPD Events, said “Amidst the current uncertainty, it is easy to lose sight of what is important for employers and employees in order to deliver a sustainable future. Businesses, leaders and policy makers need to work together to safeguard what matters and make good work a priority. We are therefore delighted to welcome Rt Hon Greg Clark to open the Festival of Work.”
The CIPD Festival of Work is the revolutionary HR and learning event from the CIPD. The groundbreaking event brings together two unmissable CIPD shows, the Learning and Development and HR Software and Recruitment shows – and adds in a brand-new dimension, The Future of Work. The result is a pivotal event that will power your working future.
Conference passes can be booked online at festivalofwork.com/tickets
The CIPD’s Festival of Work (12-13 June 2019, Olympia London, festivalofwork.com) promises to be a landmark event for both people professionals and business leaders. By focusing on the most innovative strategies in management, technology and learning, the festival will help you, and 7,000 of your colleagues, to harness the latest transformations and drive a human future of work. With 7,000+ attendees, 160+ inspiring speakers, filled with inspirational live experiences and challenging ideas, it’s the ultimate celebration of people in the workplace.
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