5 reasons to attend MT's Future of Work conference 2017

Enter now and you could win a pair of free tickets.

by MT Staff
Last Updated: 04 May 2017

Win a pair of free tickets to Future of Work 2017 


The world of business is changing rapidly, so how can your company keep up? There are no easy answers but a good start would be coming along to MT’s Future of Work conference on 15 June, where 300 business leaders and a stellar line up of speakers will discuss how to make you can stay ahead of the game. Here are five reasons you should come along:

1. Hear from the boss of John Lewis Partnership

Charlie Mayfield has overseen a period of stunning success for John Lewis, which is now one of the nation’s most loved and trusted brands. He’ll be discussing what you can learn from the company and how it is planning for the turbulence ahead.

2. Adopt the culture of a Silicon Valley giant

How can we make the daily grind less of a drag? Twitter’s VP Europe Bruce Daisley will be giving his take on work culture and happiness.

3. Discover where tech is taking us next

Technology moves fast. So where will it have taken us by 2020? Daniel Franklin, executive editor of the Economist and author of Megatech will identify the big ideas, fantastic inventions and potentially sinister trends that will shape our future.

4. Have a better day at the office

Dr John Briffa, author of Getting the Best Out of Yourself and Your Day will give his unique take on how to have a lifestyle that keeps you fit for business – and why your urine shouldn’t look like a wolf’s.

5. Learn Microsoft’s innovation secrets

We’ll be joined by Haiyan Zhang, director of innovation at Microsoft Research Cambridge and creator of the ‘Emma’ watch will be part of a panel that will share tips on how your business can innovate to steal a march on its competitors.

So what are you waiting for? Tickets are on sale now, with a 35% discount if you book before the end of May, plus you could win a pair of free tickets by entering our competition - entries close on Tuesday 9 May. 

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