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CIOB: 'Inspiring the Future of Construction'

Date: 24th November 2014

Time: 9.15-17.00hrs

Location: The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London SW1P 3EE

Taking place at QEII Centre in central London on 24 November 2014, the conference examines the most important, but often overlooked, part of the industry – the people who can inspire the future of construction. Employers and major clients will showcase examples of best practice in how they seek to attract and retain the next wave of talented professionals. Delegates at this interactive event will be able to engage with the Government Chief Construction Adviser Peter Hansford and Sir John Armitt, as well as a line-up of other featured speakers.

To book a place today, please either complete a booking form on the website: http://inspiring.ciob.org/register/ or call the CIOB finance department on +44 (0) 1344 630 851 to reserve your place. Tickets are priced at £100 for CIOB members and £150 for non-CIOB members (excl. VAT).

Top 3 reasons to attend

1.      Learn what the skills challenges are facing construction and the innovative initiatives out there that are putting some clients and employers ahead of the game.

2.     A unique opportunity to get your views across and join a debate that doesn’t get enough air time. Engage with CIOB, Government, education providers, young professionals, employers and clients.

3.     A networking environment unlike any other where you will rub shoulders with the industry’s great and the good from and the next generation of leaders.


We look forward to welcoming you to the event. For any queries, please email inspire@ciob.org.uk

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