Monday 6 June, 12.30 – 14.30

We kick start the conference with the Partner networking lunches.

These working lunches are a great start to the Conference where you can network with your peers and take part in discussions around some of the hot topics in the industry.

These sessions are for Airmic members only and all sessions must be pre-booked prior to the Conference.


Future-proofing business through innovation and adaptability

Exploring innovation and how to embed it into a culture, this session will explore how leaders need to be adaptable especially in times of crisis, and why adhering to core values is the best strategy for success.

This is working lunch is by invite only and is for the Business Excellence Programme students.

L2. Marsh

Neurodiversity now: Reimagining talent and D&I

While neurodiverse talent is important to businesses and the wider economy, neurodiversity is often overlooked on the inclusion agenda. Join Marsh and its neurodiverse partners to learn how neurodiversity presents organisations with expanded opportunities, contributes to employee engagement, and creates a shift in innovation that can help future-proof their business.

Our panel includes Daniel Tammet, writer and autistic savant, Laurie Edmans, founder of GAIN, Danae Leaman-Hill from Ambitious about Autism and Ailsa King from Marsh.

Lunch will be served from 12.30 and the panel session will start at 13.00.


L3. WTW and Rushton International

Women in Business Networking Lunch - Falling in love with change

This year’s WTW and Rushton International Networking Lunch speaker The Change Academy Founder and Director Sarah Partridge addressed her own burnout and embraced change. Now she’ll share her inspirational guidance on dealing with change in our personal and professional lives.
As a mother and woman in leadership, Sarah is no stranger to the challenges of the modern workplace. After a decade of juggling multiple priorities and being pushed to the point of burnout, she realised a drastic change was needed, which led to the creation of The Change Academy.

The Change Academy specialises in supporting SMEs and corporates in developing mindsets and behaviours to thrive in a rapidly changing world. Founded on the principle that true growth only happens when you’re willing to step outside of your comfort zone, The Change Academy works with organisations to deliver employee wellbeing, leadership and strategy solutions to support organisational growth.


L4. FM Global

Addressing physical risks in complex supply chains

Join FM Global as they address climate risk and prevent its physical impact on supply chains. This session will provide valuable insights about climate risk management in complex supply chains, strategies for risk management implementation reporting and ways to maximise opportunities in climate-sensitive economic sectors.


Building Resilience and Protecting Value in your Higher Education Institution:

Gallagher (invite only)

Summary to be confirmed

Thank you to our Partners