Workplace Wellbeing Show 2020: Start your wellbeing conversation

Discover solutions, guidance and expertise on the growing challenge of mental and physical wellbeing in the workplace exclusively at Workplace Wellbeing Show, taking place on 19-21 May 2020 at ExCeL London.

A full seminar programme featuring industry leaders, a comprehensive range of products and solutions, an unrivalled networking experience with your fellow professionals and access to eight other co-located shows makes Workplace Wellbeing Show an essential event for the modern wellbeing professional. Expand your network, develop your expertise and grow your business.

Exhibit at WWS2020

Exhibit in front of a diverse wellbeing audience

  • Showcase your health, safety and wellbeing solutions to the right audience, and meet potential buyers face-to-face
  • Launch your latest wellbeing innovations to a captive audience of engaged wellbeing professionals
  • Understand the different buyers and influencers involved in workplace wellbeing with an international audience
  • Ensure your business is at the heart of the industry at its shift towards a "holistic" wellbeing offering
  • Differentiate your brand and stand out from the competition

Who visits Workplace Wellbeing Show?

Visitors to Workplace Wellbeing Show 2019
Logos from visiting companies to Workplace Wellbeing Show in 2019

Meet the 2019 speaker line-up...

 Silvana Martin, Health and Wellbeing Leader, Laing O’Rourke

Silvana Martin, Health and Wellbeing Leader, Laing O’Rourke

Matthew Rae, Director, Safety and Wellbeing, Vodafone

Matthew Rae, Director, Safety and Wellbeing, Vodafone

Faye McGuinness, Head of Workplace Wellbeing Programmes, Mind

Faye McGuinness, Head of Workplace Wellbeing Programmes, Mind

Andy Latham, Head of Health, Safety and Wellbeing, Next Plc

Andy Latham, Head of Health, Safety and Wellbeing, Next Plc

Stress: A Barbour Guide

FREE EBOOK

Workplace Wellbeing Show has teamed up with Barbour EHS to bring you this 'Guide to Stress', to help you identify signs of stress in the workplace and put measures in place to offer help, support and prevention.

Barbour Guide to Stress