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Event Wellbeing Week itinerary released

EventWell kicks off its third annual wellbeing campaign ‘Event Wellbeing Week’ on 16 September. 

#EventWell19 takes place from 16-20 September and aims to educate on not only the external pressures faced by event professionals, but also the internal pressures they can unintentionally place on themselves, with the campaign message #itsoktonotbeok. 

Events and activities taking place during #EventWell19 include: 

Monday 16 September 

#EventWell Opening Breakfast at Bottletop, Regent Street London, with a panel discussion on “the future of wellbeing in the events industry” with Mark Maher of Boulevard Events, Katy John of POWWOW events, Katharine Bowden of Banks Sadler & The Matt Palmer Trust, and Annapaola Di Prisco of Bottletop and Togetherband. For more details click here.  

Wednesday 18 September 

“15 Things we should all know about health” Masterclass – Mark Maher, Boulevard Events – Venues + Events Live London. For more details click here.

Thursday 19 September 

Mental Health First Aid Training with EventWell and Balancing Edges, a 2-day Mental Health First Aider course at Brighter Spaces, London. 

For more details click here.

“Managing external pressures and internal stress” Masterclass with Helen Moon, EventWell Ltd at Venues + Events Live London. 

For more details visit https://www.venuesandevents.co.uk/programme/london-masterclasses 

“Self Care in the Events Industry” Session with Mel Noakes, Self Care Coach and Events Professional at Venues + Events Live London. 

“The Breath Guy: How to reduce event stress anywhere” Session with Richie Bostock at Venues + Events Live London. 

For more details click here.

Friday 20 September 

#EventWell19 Closing Headline at George P Johnson Experience Marketing London. Andrew Berrie, Employer Programme Manager at Time to Change and Mind will be making a special presentation on the growing movement of more than 900 employers in England across all sectors from FTSE 100 companies and leading retailers, to Government departments and local authorities who have signed up to the pledge. 

For more details click here.