On the 24th November 2015, ILC-UK will be holding a day conference on ‘The Future of Ageing’. We will paint a picture of the future of ageing and explore the challenges and opportunities ahead.Through our unique lifecourse focus we will explore the potential impact of ageing not just on today’s older population, but also on tomorrow’s.

Register to attend the conference here.

We invite organisations to be involved in this event through various promotional opportunities, from exhibition space on the day and advertising space in the event programme to publicity and free delegate spaces.

During the conference, we will focus on five key areas: The future challenges and opportunities of health and care in an ageing society; The future of retirement income: Wealthy pensioners or persistent poverty?; The future of our economy in an ageing society: Adapting our economy to ageing?; The future of our built environment in an ageing society; and The future of ageing research.

We are delighted to confirm that Professor Sir Mark Walport (Government Chief Scientific Adviser [GCSA] and Head of the Government Office for Science), David Willetts (Executive Chair at Resolution Foundation, and former Minister of State [Department for Business, Innovation and Skills]), Lord Filkin (Chair of the Centre for Ageing Better and Chair of the House of Lords Committee on Public Service and Demographic Change) and Paul Johnson (Director, Institute for Fiscal Studies) will be speaking at the conference.

Promotional Packages are included the below table. However, we would be very happy to speak with organisations to put together a package that suits your requirements and budget.

To receive a full Promotional Opportunities brochure, or to discuss these opportunities in more detail, please contact Lyndsey Mitchell, Office and Events Manager at ILC-UK, on or 0207 340 0440.


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