The ‘event planner’ has been ranked as one of the most stressful jobs in the world. With clients, suppliers, venues and workers all relying on the organiser to execute his/her role effectively, the pressure easily mounts.

With approximately 70 million work days lost each year in the UK due to mental health-related issues, and with mental health becoming a much more encouraged topic of discussion, more companies are incorporating mental health wellbeing into their events and workplaces.

In our brand-new Conference Buyer’s Guide, we explore the best practices for improving healthy mental wellbeing within the event industry, drawing examples from relevant companies. 

Available for the next 12 months, our Conference Buyer’s Guide 2019 is free to download and features everything you need to know to organise and host your best conference.

To read the full article on wellness at conferences, see here.

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Molly joined the editorial team in March 2019. She has several years’ experience working in broadcast and journalism, as well as marketing and PR. Past experience includes working for the BBC and independent publishing houses. If you have a story you think Molly might be interested in, please email: molly@eventindustrynews.com