The CIPD Festival of Work goes digital. Update: 14 April 2020

The CIPD Festival of work is a chance to immerse yourself in a world of inspiration and discovery – developing you, your people and your business. Even in light of recent events due to Coronavirus, we want to bring that directly to you, so we are now planning to run the festival as a 3-day online event on 10-12 June 2020.

If you have already registered to attend for free or purchased a conference delegate ticket, you have been automatically registered for online attendance and will receive an email with more details on your booking and the virtual festival.

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Find out more about the CIPD Festival of Work going digital.

Explore the festival floor

Whether you’re recharging in between conference sessions or are attending with a free exhibition-only pass, the exhibition hall is home to a huge variety of activities and discussions you can get involved with. Connect with providers and fellow festival-goers as you explore and enjoy free learning sessions, visit virtual exhibition stands and take part in interactive experiences across three days.

What to expect?

Free learning showcase

Choose from free essential learning sessions and find the right practical tools and takeaways to help you stay up to speed and prepare for the future during these unprecedented times.
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Events are all about connecting with people face-to-face, which is why you'll also be able to make the most of our networking opportunities with video conferencing and an online chat functionality.

Solution providers

Explore a range of products and services with our virtual exhibition stands and discover the best-fit solutions that your organisation needs. Get the advice and support you need by networking from top suppliers across different industries.
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Refresh and restore your energy by stopping off at the virtual Well-being Hub.


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