ECC (Essex County Council) invites you to be a part of their Disability Confident Lunch and Networking Event. You will be served refreshments during the event.
Are you an employer in Essex? Are you interested to learn how you can become a Disability Confident employer? Essex County Council (ECC) are hosting a Disability Lunch and Networking Event on 24th October, Tuesday. This event is a part of the Art of the Possible Festival that celebrates everything that is good in Essex.
The event presents a wonderful opportunity for you to tap into a host of benefits for your organisation including: How to ‘Unleash the Purple Pound’ - the power of spending amongst disabled customers. You can also gain access to a broad pool of talent to help boost your business’s future growth and show your clients and workforce that you are committed to equality at the place of work. This will even help you to meet the future requirements of ECC where it wants its supply chain to be Disability Confident.
Join us to hear real-life employment stories and network over lunch, followed by presentations from the Chief Executive of Purple, Mike Adams OBE; the CEO of ECC, Gavin Jones; Tom Hicks of Remploy and Brian Keating of Department for Work & Pensions. You will also get the opportunity to contribute to the discussion. In case you have any questions, they will be answered by ECC’s panel of experts during the question and answer session.
For more information, please contact Ben Poulton (email@example.com or 03330 136413).
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