Monday, 26 April 2010

Smoothly Does It

The eskimosoup team are delighted to working on behalf of NHS Hull to organise their Business Week event with Richard Reed, co-founder of innocent drinks.

Richard is one of the most significant British business figures of the past decade, and has been an inspiration to the eskimosoup team. It’s been just over a year since we took the whole company to Sheffield to hear the ‘innocent story’ and came back buzzing with ideas!

You can imagine then that the eskimosoup team were extra pleased when we were appointed to run the event. It’s called “Good Health, Good Business” and takes place at Hull Truck Theatre from 10am until 12pm on Tuesday 8th June as part of Hull Business Week.

As well as hearing how managing employee wellbeing has helped innocent become the No.1 smoothie brand in Europe with a turnover in excess of £100m, those attending will find out about all of the services NHS Hull offer for free to help keep Hull’s workforce healthy.

The event also features live entertainment, a martial arts display from Strike, and details on the launch of a free NHS occupational health service to small businesses.

Good Health, Good Business is free to attend and is followed by a networking lunch.
Anyone wishing to attend should register by emailing or by calling (01482) 223866.

We hope you can join us for this inspirational and valuable event!

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