Fit for the future: how organisations can survive and flourish
Friday 29th September, 09.00 – 16.00 |
Advanced Research Centre (ARC), University of Glasgow
Productivity Matters is Productivity Club Scotland’s annual conference that brings together organisations from Scotland’s private, public and third sectors to learn new strategies that can help your organisation boost productivity and increase your resilience.
This free to attend hybrid event is delivered in partnership with The Productivity Institute – Scotland Forum with the support of the University of Glasgow, Adam Smith Business School.
Official Charity Partner of the event is Finding your Feet.
Click HERE to see the programme.
Why Productivity Matters
- The free to attend conference is the only event in Scotland that solely focuses on the performance and productivity of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)
- We give every organisation in Scotland the opportunity to share their experiences and learn from each other
- Through peer learning from some of Scotland’s most successful businesses the event aims to address shared issues and highlight potential solutions
Attendees will hear real-life examples of business resilience from a wide range of businesses, academics, and experts. There will also be great networking opportunities and the chance to learn from their peers through shared experiences.
Official Charity Partner
Productivity Matters 2023 official charity partner is Finding your Feet.
Finding Your Feet help families affected by amputation or limb absence with activities, services and support to benefit fitness, mental health and personal growth. We believe that forming relationships with peers and being part of a group is one of the most powerful ways to reduce isolation, which has been proven to be a contributing factor to life expectancy in the amputee community.
Our goal as a charity is to be on hand with some form of support or opportunity for every amputee in Scotland. The first step towards doing this is to connect people and make them smile, which we’re pretty good at. Ours is a community where people can give and receive support in equal measure, and some just join in to make a few pals. Whether an amputee needs vital counselling or wants to sail the seven seas, FYF is the place to be.
We provide a voice to our community that champions inclusivity and diversity in society. We believe that being different should be celebrated, not sidelined.
Donate by clicking HERE.