At this year’s Leicester Business Expo event.
Leicestershire Action for Mental Health Project (Lamp)'s CEO Richard Kotulecki will be speaking about mental health and workplace wellbeing at Leicester Business Expo.
The event will take place at Leicester's King Power Stadium on Thursday, April 28, 2022.
Coming together to network, attend workshops and conduct business, the stadium is set to feature 60 exhibiting companies and over 300 visiting companies from across the Midlands.
As the charity partner for the event, Lamp will be exhibiting prominently at the entrance to the exhibition.
The event presents an opportunity for the charity to raise its profile, highlight its work in mental health advocacy and enhance the understanding of mental health issues.
Richard Kotulecki, Chief Executive of Lamp said: “We are delighted to join this year’s Leicester Business Expo and thank the organisers for recognising the importance of mental health in the workplace.
“With this opportunity, we want to convey to businesses that Lamp’s professional expertise can help them to develop mental health strategies, and run mental health first aid training to assist them with fulfilling health and safety objectives.
"They can also join Lamp’s Business Club to grow their network and meet with other organisations with shared interests.”
Sheila Smith, the organiser of the event added: “Lamp plays such an important role in the community as an advocate for mental health."
"We are delighted that the charity will join us at the Leicester Business Expo to highlight the mental health advocacy services that it offers to support of families and individuals living with mental illness and just how important these services are to a growing number of people.”
In addition to the day-long programme of workshops and networking events, the Leicester Business Expo will also feature a packed exhibition hall with various stands for guests to browse through.
This year’s Leicester Business Expo event aims to empower businesses by enhancing their prospects, offering them benefits from available resources and growing their connections to maximise economic opportunities.
Business can book a stand at the expo.
The event is free to attend.
Written by Aimee Culverhouse
Currently interning for Niche Magazine, Aimee is keen to grow her portfolio in journalism whilst studying her Master’s degree at De Montfort University, in Fashion Management with Marketing. She enjoys writing about upcoming events, sustainable fashion and retail.