Announcing a two day free event in London exploring the future of wellbeing at work

On 25th and 26th April 2023 at ExCel London, The Watercooler will return for its second year to challenge the status quo and focus on the future of workplace wellbeing, HR, mental health, and employee culture. A free-to-attend two-day event, it will offer access to over 100+ speakers, conferences, workshop sessions, networking opportunities and a vibrant exhibition space showcasing leaders in workplace culture. Register for a free ticket online (

A comprehensive event dedicated to workplace well-being, it’s set to attract over 5000+ attendees from around the UK and Europe across the two days. Offering new insights, cutting-edge approaches, eye-opening keynotes and practical takeaways, the agenda has been carefully curated to provide value to all attendees from individual employees or employers to organisations of all sizes.

For the 2023 conference, example speakers include former professional footballer – Clarke Carlisle alongside his wife, Carrie Carlisle, Global Head, Employee Health and Wellbeing at GSK – Dr Monika Misra and Head of Cognitive Design and Neurodiversity Program Lead at BBC CAPE – Sean Gilroy.

A unique experience, content and interactive opportunities will cover a wide range of topics from balancing productivity and wellbeing in a hybrid world of work, women’s health in the workplace to the impact of the cost of the living crisis on wellbeing and what employers can do about it.

Claire Farrow, Partner & Global Director of Content of Make A Difference Events, said: “In a world where change is the only constant, one thing is certain. Whether you’re trying to reduce costs, reduce risks or retain staff, it’s never been more important to prioritise workplace culture and employee health and wellbeing. The Watercooler is a great place to benchmark best practice, learn from the leaders and ensure your approach achieves real impact.”

David Skinner, Managing Director at PIB Employee Benefits said: “We are delighted to be the Headline Sponsor at The Watercooler 2023 which shares our vision of improving the well-being of employees globally. Our approach is to offer best-in-class consultancy across all pillars of wellbeing, and bring together those providers that exceed requirements to deliver market-leading, life-changing wellbeing strategies. We look forward to April and being part of the change that The Watercooler is facilitating”.

The Watercooler is produced by Make A Difference Media in association with the Evening Standard and sponsored by PIB Employee Benefits, AXA Health, Good Shape, Qured and Nuffield Health.

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