About the 2019 Symposium

Monday, 1 April 2019

Deloitte, 2 New St Square, London, EC4A 3BZ

The Wellbeing Symposium provides an environment for businesses, communities and individuals to debate, learn and share information, advice and strategies for health and wellbeing.

Over the past seven years, The Wellbeing Symposium has been going from strength-to- strength as a leading health and wellbeing event. In 2019, The Wellbeing Symposium will make its London debut at the prestigious offices of global professional services network, Deloitte. The venue provides the perfect backdrop to debate, network, listen, learn and inspire. For businesses, communities and people seeking a healthier, happier life, the Wellbeing Symposium is a must for the calendar.

Already attracting national speakers and a national audience, a move to London is the natural development of this popular and important event. It’s also a fantastic opportunity at a new location to advance and celebrate the health and wellbeing agenda.

Joining the speaker line up is:

  • Paul Litchfield CBE – Chair of the What Works Centre for Wellbeing
  • Shirley Cramer CBE – CEO of the Royal Society for Public Health
  • Rebecca George OBE – Vice Chair and UK Public Sector Leader at Deloitte
  • Lou Walker – Speaker, researcher and workplace health & wellbeing consultant
  • Professor Kevin Fenton – Strategic Director, Place and Wellbeing, London Borough of Southwark

The Wellbeing Symposium is not one to attend simply for listening to the experts but an interactive space where people can share their experience, make connections and build on what they are already doing with takeaways that form tangible actions.

As ever, it will look at wellbeing from the point of the individual, businesses and communities. As the NHS Plan urges a focus on Prevention, the Symposium will demonstrate how to do it.

From speakers, to workshops and networking opportunities, delegates will leave with practical ideas and the enthusiasm to make a real difference to their workplace, their home, their life.

Why attend?

Attending The Wellbeing Symposium keeps you at the forefront of the big wellbeing debate. The diverse pool of topics and extensive speaker programme makes it unique in its appeal to the business community, healthcare professionals, community groups and individuals looking to transform their wellbeing.

The day’s content is carefully shaped to give you access to the latest ideas in the field and a true reflection of wellbeing today. You’ll leave equipped with the latest insight, case studies and practical ‘how-tos’ that you can implement in your environment.