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ANNUAL CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION 2020 Online sponsorship opportunities


14-15 October 2020 | Online conference

“The CIPP’s annual conference and exhibition is an outstanding event for payroll professionals, offering access to unique workshops hosted by the brightest minds in the industry, and the opportunity to network with payroll experts from across the UK. It’s a great place to find out about the trends and changes impacting payroll today, so you can stay at the top of your game and plan for the future. Workday is extremely passionate about payroll innovation and is proud to be the headline sponsor for the 2020 conference.” Workday




The CIPP’s Annual Conference and Exhibition is the UK’s largest independent payroll conference and exhibition, with over 300 attendees and 25 exhibitors showcasing payroll, pensions and reward services. Our Annual Conference and Exhibition is the longest established payroll conference in the UK. We have created an amazing and engaging programme filled with insightful speakers, as well as various networking opportunities and an online immersive exhibition. At the end of the conference and exhibition, the CIPP hosts the Annual Excellence Awards, which attracts over 550 individuals from the payroll, pensions and reward industry and recognises those who have achieved excellence in their field within the last 12 months. The Annual Excellence Awards are the only payroll awards in the UK and are independently judged by a panel from the CIPP membership base. The awards recognise individual achievements, as well as organisational success, including the coveted payroll service provider of the year award.


Be seen at the industry’s leading conference and exhibition, positioning your brand alongside the only Chartered Institute for payroll


Network with industry professionals and decision makers


Gain competitive advantage by positioning your organisation at the industry’s leading event


The Annual Conference and Exhibiton and Excellence Awards attracts a variety of different people with a wide range of different job roles and responsibilities related to payroll. These people also come from a long list of different organisations both big and small all looking to network and interact at the event.


● Account manager: global outsourcing ● Accountant ● Assistant director of payroll services ● Associate director - payroll ● Associate director: reward, recognition and payroll ● Bureau payroll manager ● Change consultant ● Chief operating officer hrs division ● Client payroll manager ● Compliance analyst ● Control & oversights manager ● Deputy payroll and pensions manager ● Director ● Director – global mobility services ● Director – group payroll services ● Director of employee benefits and incentive and reward ● EMEA payroll manager ● EMEA regional payroll specialist ● Finance officer ● Financial controller/company secretary ● Global employment tax & payroll manager

● Head of money at work ● Head of payroll ● Head of payroll and pensions ● Head of payroll and tax compliance ● Head of payroll and benefits ● Head of payroll services ● HR and payroll services manager ● HR business partner – payroll & HR systems ● HR manager ● HR payroll specialist ● Innovation director ● Legislation analyst ● Legislation manager ● Manager of international payroll and benefits ● Managing director ● Operations manager ● Partner

● Payroll manager, Europe ● Payroll offering program manager ● Payroll operations manager

● Payroll supervisor ● Payroll team leader ● Regional payroll manager ● Reward advisor

● Senior finance manager ● Senior payroll co ordinator ● Senior sap functional analyst ● Shared services manager ● Team leader payroll and expenses

● Technical director ● UK head of payroll ● UK payroll manager

● PAYE senior process expert ● Payroll and benefits manager ● Payroll administrator ● Payroll analyst ● Payroll and pensions manager ● Payroll compliance researcher ● Payroll manager

● Group head of reward ● Group payroll manager ● Head of industry liaison




● Admiral Group Plc ● Antares Underwriting Services Ltd ● Ares Management Limited ● Armstrong Watson LLP ● Arrow Electronics UK Ltd ● Associated British Foods Plc ● Audit Scotland

● Hays Payroll Management ● Hiscox plc ● HMRC ● Howden Joinery Ltd ● Hyperion Insurance Group ● Intuit Limited ● Jelf Group Plc ● Kent County Council ● Kingleigh Folkard & Hayward Ltd ● KPMG LLP ● Lucknam Park Hotel ● MHR ● Midland Heart Ltd ● Mitrefinch Ltd ● MPAT.G Ltd ● NES Global talent Limited ● NFU Mutual Ltd ● North Bristol NHS Trust ● NorthgateArinso UK Limited ● Oracle Corporation UK Ltd

● The European Commission ● The Pensions Regulator ● Total Gas & Power

● Trustwave Ltd ● TSB Bank Plc ● Univar UK Ltd

● University of Lincoln ● University of London ● University of West England, Bristol ● UPP Group Limited ● UPP Residential Services Ltd ● Westminster Bridge Hotel Operator Ltd ● William Hill Plc

● Avara Foods ● Axis Capital ● BDO LLP ● BGL Group Ltd ● BHP Chartered Accountants ● Bristol UWE (University of the West of England) ● British Standards Institution ● Brothers of Charity ● Brunel University London

● Xero ● Zellis

● BT Lancashire Services ● Bupa UK Payroll Services ● Cambridge University Press ● Capita Business Services Ltd ● Capita HR Solutions ● Coke Estate Ltd

● Oxford Nanopore Technologies Ltd ● Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman ● Ltd ● PayPartners Ltd ● Personal Audit Systems Ltd (PAS) ● PKF Francis ● Police Service of Northern Ireland ● Rimini Street Inc ● Rolls-Royce PLC ● SCC Pyramid ● Simplyhealth People Ltd ● Sodexo Ltd ● St Helens & Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust ● Stadco Limited

● DFDS Seaways Plc ● Direct Line Group ● Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust ● Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency ● Dunelm Soft Furnishings Ltd ● Edrington Distillers ● Eira Consulting Limited, Independent Payroll/HR Consultancy ● Eque2 Ltd ● ESOS Limited ● Essex Police Authority ● Eurofins NSC UK & Ireland Ltd ● FB Taylor Limited ● Figuresout ● First Actuarial LLP ● Gist Ltd ● Glatfelter UK Ltd

● Standard Chartered Bank ● Sunrise Senior Living Ltd


SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Please note that everything included in our packages is dependent on booking date and deadlines, so the earlier you book the more you will benefit.



CONFERENCE SPONSOR £1,500 + VAT ● Company logo included in list of sponsors, displayed alphabetically ● Virtual marketing stand displaying company information, links to social media and company website, profile detail of your representatives and documents for the delegates to download

● A contact link for lead capture

● Virtual booth to hold ad hoc group discussions and demo presentations

o Demos can take place during the lunch break and networking


● Send invitations to attendees to join one to one meetings and connect via video call ● Access to the full delegate list within the online event platform providing the opportunity to send invitations to attendees to join one to one meetings and connect via video call ● Two representatives can attend the conference and join the informal lunchtime networking rooms with delegates and speaker

● One representative can attend the roundtables

● One representative can join one roundtable session each day. Please note that to ensure that sponsors and delegates are evenly distributed across the discussions, topics must be chosen in advance.

● Logo to appear on all pre and post marketing for the conference

● Logo to appear on the ACE web page with hyperlink through to landing



“As industry bodies go the CIPP really is at the top of its game. They do a great job of making sure that the payroll profession achieves the recognition it deserves: the information sharing, courses and networking, they are all absolutely first rate. The Annual Conference and Excellence Awards is one of the highlights on our events calendar. It’s a fantastic opportunity not only to network with other payroll and reward professionals but to keep abreast of the latest industry developments and future thinking. The awards are a true celebration of all that is good in our industry, shining the spotlight on the amazing people and organisations who embody innovation and best practice. A well organised, well attended couple of days which we wouldn’t miss for the world! ”

Carsten Staehr, CEO, Cintra HR & Payroll Services




Order acknowledgement

The total fees shall not exceed the Total Amount in Aggregate set out above without the prior written approval of Client.

IPP Education Ltd A subsidiary of the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals Goldfinger House 245 Cranmore Boulevard

This agreement is between the signing organisation and the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (a company incorporated by Royal Charter) and IPP Education Ltd (a subsidiary of the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals). Registered No. 3612942 (England). VAT No. 864462406 Registered Address: Goldfinger House, 245 Cranmore Boulevard, Shirley, Solihull, B90 4ZL (referred to as the CIPP). By signing the order acknowledgement form, you are agreeing to the CIPP’s terms and conditions of sale. Details of the sponsorship package are only available if deadlines are met by the sponsoring company.

Shirley Solihull B90 4ZL

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Details of the sponsorship package are only available if deadlines are met by the sponsoring company.

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The CIPP and its subsidiary holdings will not be liable for any financial loss through the cancellation of an event owing to adverse weather, act of terrorism or any other “Act of God”. The sponsor is responsible for and shall fully indemnify the CIPP against all costs, claims, demands, proceedings and losses whatsoever including personal injury made against or incurred by the CIPP as a result of the sponsor promoting, advertising or exhibiting any goods or services at the conference save as precluded by the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977. The sponsor is responsible for the loss or damage to their own property and injury, loss or damage to the other persons or their property by the negligence of the sponsor. The CIPP accepts no responsibility for such risks. The sponsor is responsible for insuring against such risks.

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2020 Rate


Annual Conference and Exhibition online sponsorship package

£1500 + VAT




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The Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (a company incorporated by Royal Charter) IPP Education Ltd (a subsidiary of the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals) Registered No. 3612942 (England) VAT No. 864462406 Registered Address: Goldfinger House, 245 Cranmore Boulevard, Shirley, Solihull, B90 4ZL © The Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP) 2019. All rights reserved.

Published October 2019

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