Louis Theroux to headline Unite 21, Unily’s employee experience conference
The British-American documentary presenter, journalist, broadcaster, and author will headline as a keynote speaker for the three-day virtual event on September 21-23.
Unite 21: The only employee experience conference you need to attend in 2021
Unily today announces the return of its annual employee experience conference, Unite 21, that will this year see Louis Theroux take the stage as the conference’s keynote speaker. The three-day virtual event, which takes place from September 21-23, will see some of the biggest names in the industry come together to deep dive into how enterprises can level up employee experience.
Unite 21 will take place over three half-days that push virtual event delivery to the max with interactive keynotes, breakouts, and roundtables streaming live online from London and New York. Attendees will benefit from a program comprised of experts in internal communications, HR, and IT, coming together to share knowledge on employee experience and the future of work.
"We are now into a new era of employee experience, and the ways of navigating through this constantly evolving landscape have changed. Unite 21 will acknowledge the current challenges enterprises on a global scale may be facing, and will offer insights, advice, and interactive sessions that will help organizations fast track their employee experience success."
With keynotes from Louis Theroux, Johnson & Johnson, and more, every Unite 21 attendee will have the opportunity to learn from leading employee experience and internal communications experts, seeing thought leaders come together and unite for an interactive conference that will inspire attendees to exchange ideas and make new connections.
"We couldn’t be happier that Louis Theroux accepted our invitation to headline Unite. When it comes to storytelling and media, there is no one better to inspire the next wave of enterprise communications. We are excited to hear his thoughts on how engaging an audience has changed in light of the past year."
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