Press & PR at the CIPD Festival of Work 2019

12-13 June 2019, Olympia London

Press pass registration now open

Please contact to register for admission as a member of the press to the CIPD Festival of Work. 

Please note that press badges are restricted to journalists, editors, publishers, broadcasters, photographers and bloggers associated with the HR industry and related fields. Press applicants may be required to produce accreditation in order to obtain a press pass. 

Press registrations from non-editorial representatives are not eligible for a press pass. These interested parties are invited to register as a visitor to the exhibition.

Experience the Festival of Work

The CIPD Festival of Work brings together two unmissable CIPD events, 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 all of our working futures.

  • 40 free learning sessions every day (LinkedIn Learning, CIPD and many more) across four dedicated stages
  • Explore the L&D, HR Tech and Future of Work exhibition zones to meet groundbreaking suppliers and experience their latest launches
  • Stay to wander around Innovation and Well-being Villages – just so much to learn, interact and engage with.
  • Plus the networking opportunities are simply incredible
    • 7,000 attendees over both days – meet up with your colleagues, contacts and friends
    • Fully interactive event app – plan your time and navigate the whole event with ease
    • Plus: Dedicated networking and meetings areas, fantastic festival food and refreshment areas.

Future of Work film unveiled at CIPD Festival of Work

A new film showcasing what HR professionals can expect from the future of work is set to be unveiled at a premiere screening at the CIPD’s inaugural Festival of Work event, 12-13 June, Olympia London.

Human Resources and payroll software specialist Cascade has produced the short ‘movie’ following dialogue with HR and business leaders throughout the country. Covering everything from well-being and the increasingly diverse workforce, through to automation and AI, the thought-provoking film is designed to empower HR professionals to leverage the potential that future change can bring to the workplace.

It will be played for the first time at 11:15 on 13 June. The audience will then have 20 minutes to continue the debate and put their questions to a panel of industry experts – Stephanie Kelly, Chief People Officer,  IRIS Software Group; Jo Graham, HR Officer, Trowers & Hamlins LLP; well-being specialist Natasha McCreesh, founder of PiP To Grow Strong; and Jeff Wellstead, Consulting Partner, FutureXeed, an HR and digital experience expert.

Cascade HR are exhibiting on stand C120.