25 June 2024 9am – 1pm Community Wolverhampton, UK


Important: All attendees are required to produce formal ID (such as driving licence or passport) to be able to enter Moog’s building. You will be refused entry without it.

Reports indicate that organisations around the world spent £61.2bn on wellness interventions in 2021, and that amount is projected to surge to £94.6bn by 2026. Cultivating a positive workplace culture emerges as the most effective means to enhance overall wellbeing.

Join the IWFM Midlands Region and Moog, accompanied by a panel of workplace experts at this engaging event that will help workplace and facilities management (WFM) professionals play a pivotal role in fostering wellbeing strategies and learn practical methods to contribute positively.  

Our guest speakers will delve into the essentials for fostering flourishing work environments explore the concept of healthy workplaces that will deliver positive results for both employees and the businesses alike.

Gain actionable insights and practical takeaways as our experts help WFM professionals navigate and improve colleagues’ wellbeing in the workplace.

Refreshments are being provided by our wonderful sponsor Moog.

You can view directions to the venue here.


Moog UK

Moog UK (Wolverhampton) is a leading global supplier of servo valves, actuators, and test systems for aerospace, defence, space, and industrial applications. Moog has recently engaged with Baxter Storey to adopt and incorporate healthy eating, nutritional offerings and sustainable supply chain within their Wolverhampton location. They will be gratefully providing a brief overview of their offering with the provision of all the food and refreshments for the duration of the event.



Simone Fenton-Jarvis

Group Director Workplace Consultancy , Vpod Smart Solutions

Simone is the author of 'The Human-Centric Workplace and Group Director Workplace Consultancy at Vpod Smart Solutions, with 17 year's experience in the WFM industry, an MBA in FM and, as a Fellow, is a NED of IWFM.

Simon is a workplace thought-leader who’s passionate about creating human-centric workplaces, with a fundamental focus on people. I hone in on the employee experience, workplace culture and organisational performance, using data insights to deliver change and business improvement in regard to culture, space, process, and technology. 

Ian Harrison


As a member of the leadership board for ‘People and Skills,’ for the Centre for the New Midlands, Ian works with senior leaders and their teams around the UK supporting them to create sustainable productive communities.  He is passionate about creating work environments where people can thrive, which in turns benefits business by increases productivity, attracting the best talent and retaining the best people.  

Ian spent 19 years as the minister of churches in and around the West Midlands. He has sat on the board of charities and, for two years, was part of the volunteer team that delivered TEDxBrum.

Ian lives in Wolverhampton but at the weekend you’ll find him at Ewood Park watching Blackburn Rovers.

Bex Moorhouse

Founder and Director, Invigorate Spaces

Bex is the Founder and Director of Invigorate Spaces, a corporate wellbeing consultancy focusing on workplace environments, people experience and culture, with over 20 years’ experience in workplace, working for some of the world’s most exciting and innovative global brands, including Nike and Converse. Bex founded Invigorate Spaces with a big mission – “To breathe life into the corporate world” because when companies put their people first - employees feel seen, heard, and valued and absolute magic happens!