Sadler's Wells wins Changeboard's annual Future Talent Conference

Changeboard Future Talent Conference has selected Sadler's Wells Events to host its annual Future Talent Conference in March 2016.

Sadler’s Wells wins Changeboard’s annual Future Talent Conference
Sadler’s Wells wins Changeboard’s annual Future Talent Conference

More than 750 HR professionals are expected to gather for the leadership conference, which will utilise the theatre venue’s 1,500-seater auditorium. Renowned philosopher and author Alain de Bottonwill be headlining the event.

Sadler’s Wells event manager Georgie Smith said it was a great educational event: "We’re proud to be able to offer them the very best facilities and technology as a result of our ongoing refurb."

Changeboard CEO Jim Carrick-Birtwell said he was excited about the upcoming event. "Bringing speakers from the arts, education, politics, entertainment, academia, science and medicine to share ideas on ‘future talent’ topics, lends a richness that complements and catalyses business thinking on the major challenges of our time."

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