CHS Birmingham has announced the theme for this year’s event, which returns once again to ICC Birmingham, 31st October 23. The show will continue the overarching theme of personal and professional growth, but this time moving on to embrace the love of life with ‘Love Life; Your Events. Your Career. Your Wellbeing’.

The theme follows on from last year’s show which kicked off the growth series and has since evolved to embrace ‘Work Life’ at CHS Leeds earlier in the spring. In Birmingham the team is looking to add even more positivity and care into the lives for event professionals.

The theme will be reflected in the show’s educational programme which again won plaudits in Leeds, and continues to focus on the personal, professional, but individual needs of event professionals. As with previous years, the theme will be visible across the event branding and design, creating a positive and welcoming business environment.

“The growth series has been hugely appreciated by our guests, who are focused on their own careers, but also their personal challenges in an ever-changing world,” comments Emma Cartmell, Founder and CEO, CHS Birmingham. “It’s in our own DNA to take positivity from the world and we want to inject that into the show this year. As with every year previously it’s about creating a welcoming environment for business, and Love Life gives us a really nice platform to do so.”

The approach to creating positive, healthy environments will once again be reflected in the show format, with education and business opportunities co locating, and with CHS remaining one of the few exhibitions to retain complimentary refreshments throughout the show, but also stopping for a recharge networking lunch break for all.

“Creating space to recharge and refresh is so important to who we are and reflects why people come to our shows. We genuinely care about their wellbeing,” continues Emma “It’s about care, care for our visitors, our amazing exhibitors, it’s about doing business properly, with good nutrition, relaxed networking and an approach that keeps everyone focused for the whole day.”

“We’re delighted to be welcoming the CHS Birmingham community back to ICC Birmingham for their third show, and to see how the team will once again inject excitement, business confidence, but also care into our industry,” commented Donna Cunningham, ICC Birmingham. “We really like the Love Life theme; it says a lot about the organisers and the community they attract. We wish them all a positive and productive show here in the autumn.”

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