Pathfinder International magazine and Mad World Summit have joined forces to announce a media partnership for the 2019 event in London.

Harnessing the power of business, Mad World Summit convenes a range of commercial leaders: from C-suite to line managers and next-generation leadership teams; from SMEs to FTSE 100 companies.

Whether you’re just getting started with the emotional, financial and physical elements of a wellbeing strategy, or you’re moving to the next level of implementation, Mad World Summit is the premier B2B event for 1000+ delegates and visitors looking for cross-sector collaboration, inspiration and to find the right solutions for your organisation – now, and for the future.

Pathfinder International editor, Mal Robinson said: “I am delighted to announce our third media partnership of the year, following on from the International Franchise Show and Armed Forces Day 2019 with the news of collaborating with the team at Mad World, to both help promote and focus on mental health well being in the workplace.

As a military resettlement publication aimed at both serving troops and veterans, Pathfinder is only too aware of the array of potential issues facing people leaving the forces that are often overlooked. This can be anything from isolation on leaving the services through to depression and also tackling issues of PTSD.

The more we talk about these issues and highlight them across the board at all levels, the more we can look to resolve any potential problems moving forward.”

Simon Berger, Partner for the Mad World Summit added: “We are thrilled to have Pathfinder on board for our 2019 summit. We aim to cover every angle of mental health in the workplace and it makes sense to include a military perspective when talking about mental health and how both society and employers can assist the people who have defended our country when leaving the forces.”

The objective of the Mad World Summit is to shift the conversation about mental health in the workplace up a gear; accelerating the shift from stigma to solutions. By focusing on fresh thinking, the summit will draw in those that have not yet been reached, as well as those that are looking for ways to build on and bolster their commitment to employee mental health, wellbeing and workplace culture.

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The Mad World Summit 2019 takes place on October 9 (the day before World Mental Health Day). The London Summit 2019 will be at 133 Houndsditch, Liverpool Street, London. The venue is located in the heart of The City, near Liverpool Street and Bank stations.