UKWA National Conference, 8-9th March 2022

Please note, UKWA’s ‘Building Tomorrow’s Workforce Today’ conference is now virtually fully booked – only a few delegate places remain. To secure your place, please contact Sue Knief directly by email on sue@ukwa.org.uk

Held once again at the Hallmark Queen Hotel in Chester, this important two-day event includes a full schedule with influential speakers, interactive discussion panels and networking opportunities. The keynote speaker will be disruption consultant Eleanor Winton, former Head of the KPMG Future Institute and founder of Foresightfully consultancy, whose reputation for innovative interpretation of global trends is designed to challenge thinking about what the future might look like for the industry.

The conference will be focused on tackling the critical  labour shortages and skills gaps in our sector, with sessions on training, warehouse projects, sustainability and digitalisation.

In addition to a packed two days of presentations and workshops, delegates will enjoy a drinks reception and networking dinner, overnight accommodation and all meals and refreshments.

Prices are held from 2020, so book your place now!

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