Become a Partner of The Wellbeing Experience

The Wellbeing Experience is not a showroom for any particular type of product or brand – it is a collaboration of responsible manufacturers and service providers to demonstrate the benefits of a healthy environment and promote their contribution to it.

The Wellbeing Experience is aimed at people who are passionate about how the built environment affects our health. Its purpose is to:

  1. Educate all visitors on the meaning and benefits of Wellbeing in occupied spaces and the main criteria that affect this.

  2. Inform visitors of the various recommendations, standards and levels of certification that are available to owners, operators and designers seeking to provide healthy environments for their occupants.

  3. Demonstrate products and services that can be used to improve indoor environments and workspace, and explain how they contribute overall Wellbeing of occupants.

  4. Inspire Wellbeing Activists to design, build and promote indoor environments beneficial to the health and Wellbeing of its occupants.

The Benefits of being a Partner

Being a Partner demonstrates your commitment to improving people’s health in the built environment. You will have the opportunity to display your capabilities and innovative solutions to responsible clients involved in the design, development, construction, management and occupation of commercial office space. The Wellbeing Experience is expected to be a major attraction for this demographic, from the UK and overseas.

The marketing and promotional opportunities include:

  • Significant exposure with promotion on The Building Centre’s website (500,000 views per year)

  • Publicity on The Building Centre’s social media accounts (40,000 followers)

  • Chance to be seen by the 200,000 people who visit The Building Centre annually

  • The use of one of the best indoor spaces in London, for seminars, meetings and hot-desking.

The exact nature and detail of each company’s participation and contribution will need to be discussed and agreed individually. It is envisaged that this will be a long-term (3 years+) live exhibit.