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Welfare to Work Conference: Get Your Sponsorship in Now!

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Welfare to Work UK Convention 2013

9th July 2013 – 10th July 2013

Manchester Central Convention Complex, Manchester.
 

Description – All fees subject to VAT

 

Early fee

after 3/01/13

Late fee

after 06/05/13

Private Sector both days

 

£450

£525

Private sector one day (please tick one)     Tues   Wed

 

£305

£355

Public Sector and Educational institutions both days

 

£390

£445

Public Sector and Educational institutions one day (please tick one)       Tues   Wed

 

£240

£280

Voluntary, charity and NfrP sector both days

 

£300

£345

Voluntary, charity and NfrP sector one day  (please tick one)          

  Tues   Wed

 

£190

£220

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Official sponsorship of the Welfare to Work Convention 2013 (9/10th July Manchester 2013) or exhibiting  at the event offers the perfect opportunity to highlight your organisation’s role within the Welfare to Work field, as well as positioning the organisation alongside Inclusion, a leading independent employment and  social research consultancy.

The Convention is the premier annual event for all those involved in delivering support and advice to people who are out of work. Each year up to 1,000 delegates from across the UK gather to hear the latest developments and best practice case studies.

This years Convention is supported by the Department for Work and Pensions, Employment Related Services Association the Association of Employment and Learning Providers and the Child Poverty Action Group.

With our variety of sponsorship opportunities and an exhibition hall over 1,800 sq metres this year’s Convention provides an opportunity for companies to get involved. The Convention is the annual meeting place for everyone involved in welfare to work and skills.

The Centre for Economic & Social Inclusion is an independent, not-for-profit   organisation dedicated to promoting social justice, social inclusion and tackling  disadvantage. We develop ideas, test evidence, frame strategy and help to design the delivery of services for people and communities that face disadvantage.

Sponsorship Opportunities
All packages include comprehensive branding exclusivity (where indicated) and promotion opportunities
along with complimentary registrations.
Inclusion offers numerous branding and signage sponsorship opportunities within Manchester Central.
Please contact the event department directly for prices and further details on 020 7582 7221.

: Guide to benefits Patron  sponsor Signature sponsor Networking dinner Welcome  reception Delegate bag
Media Sponsor Exhibition  reception LOUNGE Sponsor Directional Signage Lanyard Seminar room delegate badge  writing pads or pens Sponsorship guide priceSOLD  £10,000  SOLD  SOLD  £6,500  £6,000  £5,000 

And so it goes…

£4,500  £3,500  £3,500  £3,500  SOLD  £950
Use of the
Welfare to
Work
Convention
logo
x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x
Acknowledgem
ent from the
chair
x  x
X
(at the
dinner)
Your logo on
the
sponsorship
recognition
board
x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x
Your logo on
all Convention
printed
literature
x  x                    
Your logo on
all directional
signage within
the venue
x                  x    
Your logo on
the delegate
bags
x        x              
Your logo on
the ‘graphics
loop’ shown in
the auditorium
x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x
Patron’s
welcome letter
appear first in
the delegate
bags
x                      
1 free insert
for delegate
bags
x  x  x  x    x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x
Your logo on
the front of the
promotional
materials and
final
programme
x                        
5
Patron
sponsor
Signature
sponsor
networking
dinner
welcome
reception
delegate
bag
Media
sponsor
Exhibition
reception
LOUNGE
Sponsor
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We are only guessing on this, but it looks as if Boycott Workfare is not invited.

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  1. Mega Demonstration Venue!

    Obi Wan Kenobi

    February 21, 2013 at 6:35 pm

    • My thoughts exactly.

      Though we’ve been considering Sue Ryder (after Johnny’s post, which made my blood boil), as there is one of their Charity Shops in Ipswich (Just round the corner in Carr Street).

      We Make Millions From Forcing Sick and Disabled to Work Unpaid Boast Sue Ryder

      http://johnnyvoid.wordpress.com/tag/sue-ryder/

      Andrew Coates

      February 22, 2013 at 11:03 am

      • I think that this would be a chance to hit the very heart of the Work Programme, really let them see how much damage workfare is actually doing to people on all benefits – really bring this home to these Private Providers.

        Obi Wan Kenobi

        February 22, 2013 at 11:46 am

  2. My goodness. The Parliament of The Foul.

    Big money to be made from the unemployed, the sick, and the disabled, eh? You bet!

    Actually, why bother to invite speakers at all? Who wants to listen to a load of tedious claptrap about ‘The Future of Welfare-to-Work’ or some such? All the organisers need do is wheel out a big see-through plastic bin full of money onto the podium from time to time and the delegates will applaud that. For the rest of the conference they can loll about and swap stories and get off their faces on Bolly, which is all they really want to do anyway.

    Even this won’t wipe the smug smiles from their faces, because they know the DWP will do everything it can to protect its contractors:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2013/feb/22/mps-blast-work-programme

    But wait…didn’t I once read something about the DWP having a duty of care toward benefit claimants? Was that, at some point in the past, simply abandoned at the roadside, like an elderly and infirm relative that nobody wants to look after anymore?

    JBS

    February 22, 2013 at 6:20 am

  3. Meanwhile, the profits of ATOS increase while AT THE SAME TIME successful appeals also increase!

    More here:

    http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/politics/labour-mp-vents-fury-over-1724041

    Tobanem

    February 22, 2013 at 9:09 am

  4. The DWP don’t care about anyone, they just want everyone to do work placements for the “benefit of the community!” So working for Poundland (for nothing) is a benefit to community – I don’t think so! Next stop the ‘Work House’ Cameron & Co’s wet dream.

    A. Ellis

    February 22, 2013 at 9:51 am

  5. I feel I should point out that Universal Credit is due to be introduced in the Lancashire area only as of April 2013 and this conference is going to be held in Manchester on 9th July to 10th July – Manchester is in the county of Lancashire – All I can say is GOD HELP THEM!

    Obi Wan Kenobi

    February 22, 2013 at 10:50 am

  6. BBC News – Welfare-to-work scheme ‘is failing’ Public Accounts Committee:

    Are you long-term unemployed?

    Have you taken part in the Work Programme? – If so, what was your experience of the scheme?

    You can send us your comments using the form below.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-21532191

    Obi Wan Kenobi

    February 22, 2013 at 11:12 am

  7. 22/2/13 update:

    Decision Makers Guide: Memo DMG 04/13: JSA and Schemes for Assisting Persons to Obtain Employment.

    http://consent.me.uk/2013/02/13/workfareregs/

    Obi Wan Kenobi

    February 22, 2013 at 3:15 pm


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