TUCO Winter Conference 2017
A measure of success
The Kanaris Theatre and Foyer at the Manchester Museum will be the host venue of this year’s TUCO Winter Conference.
The theme of the conference is Measured for Success, where delegates will get to hear from key speakers from the industry on this topic and encourage them to think about new practices for their business.
Opening the conference will be Matthew White, chair of TUCO, and Mike Haslin, TUCO chief operating officer, who will be taking the opportunity to provide an update on TUCO’s latest activities. Then, the programme kicks off with Ian Watson, group head of the global Pret Academy.
Delegates will also hear from Tess Lanning from the Living Wage Foundation on the subject Good Jobs: Success for employers and success for apprentices.
After lunch the programme takes a different approach to the theme of Measured for Success by introducing William Gorol founder and managing director of Procure Wizard to the stage.
Tim Cookson of The Litmus Partnership will also be at the Winter Conference to provide a practical guide for everyday use of the ‘really useful KPIs’.
Networking has never been so good as at the TUCO Winter Conference as delegates will get to enjoy canapés in the Living Worlds Gallery at the Manchester Museum, where you can see the North West's own T-Rex and some 250,000 other fossils in the Pre-Historic Life Gallery.
Delegates can come to Manchester just for the day or choose the overnight package, available for the previous evening (Wednesday 30th November), which includes a drink and canapé reception, three-course dinner with wine, and bed and breakfast at a brand-new boutique hotel in Manchester, all for just £150.