We’re the Event Industry’s only charitable social enterprise and dedicated resource for mental health and wellbeing advice, knowledge and support


To be the mental health and wellbeing voice of the Event Industry


To make tangible change to the Event Industry’s relationship with wellbeing



We work with the event industry – to encourage better understanding and #EMPATHY

Working in partnership with event industry associations, national and international events and exhibitions, universities and colleges, to deliver free education that creates better understanding, challenges discrimination, and encourages open conversations on wellbeing and mental health in the event industry

We work with event businesses – to inspire positive leadership and #CULTURE

Working with event industry businesses and creative organisations to support and develop workplace wellbeing best practice, proactive leadership, positive culture, and in-house team forums that encourage open conversations on wellbeing and mental health and the support available

We work with event professionals – to change attitudes to #SELFCARE

Working with and supporting individuals with education and training in self-care, healthy lifestyle, essential life skills, and mental health first aid, in addition to providing confidential support and a ‘go to’ wellbeing and mental health resource

Not forgetting that we are the founders and leaders of Event Wellbeing Week in September, and NEW for 2020 Event Wellbeing Day in February

Pick up your copy of ‘The Little Book of Self Care’, penned by the Event 100 and leading event professional Melissa Noakes

You can pick up a copy from Wordery by clicking the image below

Pick up your copy of ‘Event Professionals Journal’, penned by our very own EventWell Speaker Bernadette Palombo

You can pick up a copy by clicking the image below

Event Professionals Journal

Watch ‘Mental Health & Wellness within Businesses in the Events Industry’ the EventLab round table discussion on practical steps for improving wellbeing in the workplace, held December 2017


Watch ‘Why are we failing at wellbeing in the workplace?’ the EventHuddle debate held on the morning of 20th September, during UK Event Wellbeing Week 2017