Let’s Listen 2017
Thursday 6 July 2017, London
Let’s Listen is the first and largest gathering of its kind in the UK, bringing together leading figures from the City of London with prominent hearing industry specialists to better manage hearing in the workplace.
- provide insights into the prevalence and impact of hearing loss at work
- enable businesses to identify, support and retain experienced and valued talent
- demonstrate solutions to improve hearing in the workplace
- meet government accessibility and inclusivity regulations
- workshop/exhibition programme
The event will take place in Haberdashers’ Hall, West Smithfield, one of London’s newest Livery Halls.
3 ways to be involved
|Exhibitions & Workshops||Exclusive Livery Gala Dinner
Guest speaker Esther Rantzen DBE
|Exhibitors & Sponsors|
|A day of exhibitions and workshops packed with invaluable information and practical demonstrations:
+/- Exclusive Livery Gala Dinner with guest speaker Esther Rantzen DBE.
Enjoy a sumptuous Gala Dinner and charity silent auction in the spectacular Haberdashers’ Hall.
We are delighted to welcome Hearing Link Patron Dame Esther Rantzen DBE as our guest speaker.
Fundraising proceeds will go to Hearing Link and The Feltmakers Charitable Foundation.
Exhibitors/sponsors will meet key figures from the City of London and SE England who are interested in discovering technology and behavioural solutions to tackle hearing loss at work.
They include managers, directors and HR representatives from banks, financial institutions, universities, hospitals and councils.
Select a sponsorship option from our exhibition brochure pdf.
Special rates for members
We would be delighted to count Hearing Link Members and Hear Here Members amongst our participants for a lively day of networking and information sharing. Please contact us now to secure your place at this unique event with your discount code by email: email@example.com, call: Hearing Link on 0300 111 1113 (between 10:00-14:00), or SMS: 07526 123 255.
The event will be held on the first floor of the venue, with a lift available. We will provide portable Conversor Pro loop systems, for use with hearing aids which have a T- setting or headphones, as well as Speech-to-text reporters (STTR) providing information via a screen in the workshops. Hearing dogs are also welcome.
Any queries, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0300 111 1113 or 07526 123 255.
Lipreading Practice aims to enable those who have a hearing loss and who are unable to join a lipreading class the opportunity to develop lipreading skills.