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The 2019 UHR Conference and Exhibition took place in Manchester - a great city whether you think of that greatness in terms of its sporting heritage, its amazing music and cultural impact, or its industry. The bee has long been known as a symbol of the city and was first incorporated into the Manchester city coat of arms in 1842. The industrious teamwork of the bee hive – well we know all about the work ethic in HR teams, and we were proud to adopt the bee as a symbol of UHR2019. Speakers at UHR2019 included Dame Nancy Rothwell (VC at the University of Manchester) and Joanne Roney (CEO of Manchester City Council) as we examined the theme “Transforming Culture: Challenging Times”.
To watch the highlights video, find details of the programme, and conference takeaway materials visit the conference page.
2018 - To find out about the conference in Bristol, click here.
2017 - To find out about the conference in Newcastle, click here.
2016 - To find out about the conference in Brighton, click here.
2015 - To find out about the conference in Leeds, click here.
2014 - To find out about the conference in Warwick, click here.
2013 - To find out about the conference at York, click here.
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