Philips heads to ICC Birmingham

Philips will host a one-day staff conference at the ICC Birmingham tomorrow (6 February).

Philips heads to Birmingham
Philips heads to Birmingham

The Philips Lighting Conference will host 250 employees at the ICC Birmingham. The aim of the event is to update employees on the business and to encourage team building.

A spokesperson from Philips said: "We chose the ICC because of its central location in the country and its facilities. A a lot of the arrangements are already available in-house as opposed to buying them in, such as production services, for example."

This is the second time Philips has visited the ICC Birmingham for a staff conference within a month. In January, the venue hosted 430 Philips Healthcare employees for a two-day conference.

Last week, the ICC Birmingham also hosted a staff conference for Mitchells & Butlers, which owns restaurants and pubs including O'Neill's and Harvester.

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