The Global Benefits
Join the best and brightest of the HR and benefits community for a two-day forum at a retreat in the heart of the English countryside.
Combining dynamic working sessions with networking, recreation and relaxation, this year's forum will be held just outside of London at the Luton Hoo Hotel - a quintessential English country manor.
One forum: a world of opportunities
Hear from the likes of Rob Hamer from BP and Mark Kelly from Boston Consulting Group as senior industry contributors from the world of employee benefits come together.
We’ll share ideas and solutions for the new working world - from harmonising global benefits, to reshaping core packages for 2023 and beyond.
To ensure ample opportunity to network and collaborate, working sessions are combined with leisure time and relaxation – because sometimes the best ideas come up in downtime.
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One forum; three global locations
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BRITISH JOURNALIST, WRITER AND BROADCASTER
Britain's best selling author on international affairs, Tim Marshall is the former Diplomatic Editor and Foreign Correspondent for Sky News.
Renowned for his ability to identify the causes underlying world events, he has reported from over thirty countries including 12 wars and conflict zones and has published six books on international relations.
HEAD OF GLOBAL BENEFITS, BP
Rob has over 20 years’ experience in the world of pensions, benefits and reward and has been at BP for just over five years. Rob’s key responsibilities include managing BP’s Global Benefits approach, providing benefits consulting, training and support across Reward and oversight of Global Benefit Principles, Governance and Policy.
DIRECTOR GLOBAL BENEFITS & WELLBEING, BCG
Mark Kelly co-leads the Global Benefits & Wellbeing team that provides advisory services to BCG local offices around the world. The team works closely with local HR & Finance to ensure that benefits and wellbeing in each location align with BCG’s benefits philosophy, remain competitive and informed by the latest trends.
ABOUT THE VENUE:
This year's forum will be held just outside of London at the Luton Hoo Hotel, a quintessential English country manor in the heart of the English countryside.
All two-day forum tickets include an overnight stay plus food including breakfasts, lunches and our gala dinner at the Mansion House.
Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa
The Mansion House
LU1 4LE (for sat nav)
Further instructions on how to travel to the venue can be found on the hotel website here.
The nearest train station is Harpenden or Luton Airport Parkway. Thameslink train services from London run frequently.
For those driving, there are direct roads from London and the North of England, with parking available at the venue.
The nearest airport is London Luton airport. Flights arriving into London Gatwick can easily use the Thameslink service via London.
There will be a shuttle bus between Harpenden station and the venue pre and post event.
There are local taxi companies and taxi apps such as Uber if you wish to make your own way to the Hotel.