BTHA Industry Day takes shape

Annual event will take place at Great Fosters Hotel, Egham on Wednesday June 26th.
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Plans for this year's Toy Industry Day are taking shape, with a number of speakers being confirmed.

Taking place at Great Fosters Hotel, Egham, Surrey on Wednesday June 26th, the day will kick off with the BTHA and TRA Annual General Meetings.

The Industry Day itself will then begin at 10am. It will feature presentations from Amy McGee, retail consulting manager at Javelin Group; Phil Hesketh, a motivational speaker specialising in the Psychology of Persuasion & Influence; and Jae Mather, sustainability director at HW Fisher & Co on sustainability and how it can impact positively on a company's bottom line.

Respected safety advisor Keith Lister will be presented with a BTHA Special Recognition Award, while the day will conclude with drinks and a chance to network, followed by a two-course lunch in the Tithe Barn.

Tickets should be booked by Friday May 24th. Members are initially limited to one ticket each and then, subject to availability, members who wish to bring guests will be contacted with the offer of additional tickets. This will take place from May 28th.

Tickets are £50 (+VAT), with subsequent tickets priced at £25 (+VAT).

To book tickets, simply click on this link to visit the Industry Day web page on the BTHA website.

Completed forms should then be email to Chris@btha.co.uk. For any other event queries, contact Matt Jones on 020 7701 7127.

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