Webinar Sponsorship and Speaker Opportunities

Why host a webinar?

  • It gives you the opportunity to prove you are a Subject Matter Expert (SME) while highlighting what your products can do
  • HSE People can target those you want in the ‘room’ to ensure you are connecting with the decision makers as well as those who may use your products.
  • The contact details of those who register and attend are available for your sales team to follow up on
  • Interacting with your audience means you can receive feedback, answer questions and form strong relationships
  • HSE People will market your webinar which will not only promote the event but also raise your company profile


Webinar promotion

Harnessing the power of the HSE People network we will co-host your webinar as well as help you to plan the content.

  • We will promote the webinar for up to 3 weeks leading up the event (including an event listing on our website and Facebook page, LinkedIn posts and announcements and tweets).
  • The webinar will be promoted as a LinkedIn event on our LinkedIn company page which has over 93,000 followers. Our team will invite people to attend.
  • HSE People will send out an HTML email to people in your target countries to invite them to attend.
  • The contact details of attendees will be collected (with their permission) and given to you to follow up with.
  • After the webinar HSE People will provide post-event marketing including (positive) feedback from attendees.
  • The recorded webinar will be available on demand after the event.

Upcoming webinar topics

Mental Health and Well-being: The pandemic highlighted the importance of mental health in the workplace. Organisations have been focusing on addressing employee stress, burnout, and providing resources for mental well-being.

Remote Work Safety: With more people working remotely, ensuring the safety and ergonomics of home workspaces became crucial. Employers had to adapt policies to cover remote work-related health and safety concerns.

Workplace Diversity and Inclusion: Inclusive workplaces that prioritise diversity and equity have gained attention. Ensuring that all employees, regardless of background, feel safe and respected is a critical aspect of health and safety.

Technology and Automation: As workplaces incorporate more technology and automation, discussions about the safety of human-robot collaboration, cybersecurity, and training for new technologies have emerged.

Workplace Violence Prevention: Efforts to prevent workplace violence and harassment have been ongoing, with a focus on creating safe environments and robust reporting mechanisms.

Environmental Sustainability: Occupational health and safety now intersects with environmental concerns, including air quality, chemical exposure, and the broader impact of workplaces on the environment.

Physical Safety in Non-Traditional Workspaces: Gig economy workers, freelancers, and those in non-traditional work arrangements require attention to their safety and health, often in less controlled work environments.

New Technologies in Safety Management: Adoption of technologies like wearables, IoT devices, and data analytics for safety monitoring, incident prevention, and real-time alerts has been on the rise.

Resilience and Crisis Management: Preparedness for various crises, from natural disasters to pandemics, has led to discussions about business continuity, emergency response plans, and resilience training.

Substance Abuse and Workplace Policies: Addressing substance abuse issues, including drugs and alcohol, through effective workplace policies, support systems, and education programs.

Regulatory Changes and Compliance: Ongoing changes in health and safety regulations and compliance requirements have kept organisations focused on staying up-to-date and aligned with legal standards.

Webinars start from £3,500/€4,000/$4,300. Get in touch to find out more info@hsepeople.com