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Download the BCO Annual Conference Brochure. Birmingham 2024

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We are delighted to announce the full programme for the BCO Annual Conference 2024 in Birmingham. This year will see a brilliant series of events taking place pre-conference, along with a host of learning and networking opportunities throughout. As ever, it will be a test of stamina for those taking part! 

Scroll down for more information and to download the conference brochure.

This year’s BCO Golf Cup will take place at the Forest of Arden, with golfers playing the Arden course, designed by Donald Steele in 1992. The now renowned BCO Cycle Challenge will see cyclists pedal 270 spectacular miles across 3 days, and will raise funds for The Brain Tumour Charity, our partner charity for the conference.

Hear from leading voices during the plenary sessions that will bring to light multiple perspectives and discuss the challenges and opportunities ahead. Seminars will reflect the extraordinary times in which we live and work, and will provide a forum for an intimate exploration of a variety of topics including AI and culture. 

The tours will provide an alternative option to the conference seminars and they will uncover the city’s rich architectural heritage, and explore the headquarters of some of the most innovative companies.

BCO NextGen will again offer a supplementary programme for young professionals within the sector, providing activities that sit alongside the main itinerary, to add value to the conference experience and encourage greater participation from this important community within the BCO.

Want to know more? Download this year’s conference brochure. Here you will find detailed information on all aspects of the 2024 conference programme, including the party at the Luna Springs in Digbeth, one of the most iconic neighbourhoods in Birmingham, as well as the photography competition, back for the 5th year running.

“I encourage you all to join us as this is an important moment for the office, where the future of the
workplace continues to be a topic of debate”. Read more from Peter Crowther, BCO Senior Vice President and Conference Chair.