The Women in Construction Summit is back this summer and is set to build on all its previous successes. Our agenda is now live and packed with a stimulating programme of talks, workshops and more — take a first look.
We've listened to feedback from last year's sell-out event, and now our third instalment of the Women in Construction Summit is poised to offer you even more than ever before. We'll have exciting new features, as well as a shedload of thought-provoking insights to support the growth of your organisation and you as an individual.
Over the two days at London's Olympia, you'll be amongst a community of 1,400 industry peers who are passionate about making a positive difference to the sector. Together, through knowledge-sharing and networking, you can help lay the foundations for a more pioneering and inclusive construction industry.
Agenda at a glance
A breadth of topics will be covered in the conference, tailored to suit your interests. We'll delve into matters on leadership, diversity and inclusion, technology, sustainability, safety, intersectionality, career development, soft skills, organisational change, business and more.
In particular, these topics will focus on the strategies needed to move towards an inclusive work culture, and the wider challenges that professionals face in evolving the construction industry as a whole. They will put a spotlight on emerging talent and success stories, in addition to equipping you with the tools you need to ignite your passion and progress your career as a modern construction professional.
The agenda is divided into the following tracks:
- Repainting the Industry
- Taking Charge of Your Career
- Industry Disrupters
- Workshop: Business Commitment to Inclusivity
- Workshop: Taking Charge of Your Career 2.0
- Workshop: TechXConstruction
- Campfire Sessions
Each of the talks, panel discussions and workshops will be led by speakers from some of the largest and most cutting-edge organisations in the industry, including: Michèle Dix, Managing Director of Crossrail; Yewande Akinola MBE, Innovation Lead of Laing O'Rourke; and Michaela Wain, Director of We Connect Construction and star of The Apprentice.
Many more sessions are being added over the coming weeks — check our website and social channels for further updates!
Want to know more?
If you have any questions in the lead-up to the event regarding bookings, speaker opportunities or sponsorship, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
If there are any particular topics that you'd like to see at the conference, we'd also love to hear about it!
So what are you waiting for? The Women in Construction Summit will be taking place on June 9-10, 2020 at London's Olympia.
Don't miss your chance to take charge of progressing your career and the global construction industry. Download a brochure for more information or book your discounted pass now:
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