Welcome to the ITEC Conference 2024
18 & 19 March 2024, The ICC, Birmingham

Bookings Are Now Being Taken

Empowering People’s Lives

Reflecting on the phenomenal success of ITEC 2023, a year that saw unparalleled engagement and record-breaking attendance, the energy and anticipation for the upcoming year are palpable. With each passing year, our community grows, our goals become more ambitious, and our commitment to technology-enabled care deepens.

It’s with this heightened spirit that we introduce the International Technology Enabled Care Conference 2024, proudly titled “Empowering People’s Lives: Transforming Futures Through Knowledge, Innovation and Action”.

Book your Ticket for what promises to be a landmark gathering at the iconic ICC in Birmingham on the 18 and 19 of March 2024.

The horizon of ITEC 2024 beckons. Are you ready for this thrilling journey? Extend your hand and join us in sculpting the future, amplifying voices, and empowering lives through pioneering knowledge, innovation, and robust action. Together, we’ll not just set the stage for change – we’ll be the change.

If you have any queries please contact TSA via email: Events@TSA-Voice.org.uk

Delegates
Exhibiting
Gala Dinner & ITEC Awards
Be a Sponsor

Delegates

With heightened interest in Technology Enabled Care, we are excited to be expecting more than 1100 delegates to pass through our doors in what will be a packed 2-day programme.

As in previous years, you will have access to high quality plenary presentations with a strategic focus, innovation highlights, the voice of the lived-experience and a strong focus on networking as we come together and create new opportunities.

Exhibiting

The 2024 ITEC Conference will feature 2500 square metres of exhibition and networking spaces, with exhibition stand packages to suit all organisations.

The ITEC 2023 exhibition was Sold Out, be sure to book your stand early for ITEC 2024 and join us in sculpting the future, amplifying voices, and empowering lives through pioneering knowledge, innovation, and robust action.

Gala Dinner & ITEC Awards

The International Technology Enabled Care Conference will once again host its annual gala dinner on the evening of Day One of conference.

The Gala Dinner will feature the ITEC Awards, which celebrate innovation within the sector and the positive impact Technology Enabled Care has on the lives of millions of people in the UK. This year will see an additional focus on TEC’s response during the pandemic.

All award winners will be announced and celebrated during the evening.

Be a Sponsor

The International Technology Enabled Care Conference is a key opportunity to promote your brand to businesses, industry leaders and decision makers across the entire Technology Enabled Care industry. We have opportunities for all budgets so whether you’re an ambitious digital start-up or an established company, sponsorship can raise your profile and enhance your visibility and networking opportunities with commissioners and industry influencers, not only at the event but beyond.

Prof Martin Green OBE

Chief Executive, Care England. Martin Green has had an extensive career in NGO development, both in the UK and internationally, and is the Chief Executive of Care England, the largest representative body for independent social care services in the UK. A Trustee of the National Centre for Creative Health (NCCH), Vice President of The Care Workers Charity, Champion of The National Aids Trust and Commissioner of the Royal Hospital Chelsea. In 2013 he was appointed Visiting Professor of Social Care at Buckinghamshire New University. In 2012, in his role as Department of Health and Social Care Independent Sector Dementia Champion, he led the development of the Dementia Care and Support Compact for The Prime Minister's Challenge on Dementia. In 2008 he was named care personality of the year and was awarded an OBE for Services to Social Care in the 2012 Queen’s Birthday Honours List. In 2019 he was presented with the Health Investor Outstanding Contribution Award. Martin Green writes and broadcasts extensively on social care issues and is on the Editorial Board of Community Care Market News and Care Talk magazine.

Beverley Tarka

Director of Adults, Health and Communities, Haringey Council and President of ADASS. Beverley has significant working experience in local government having worked in Haringey Council for thirty years.  Beverley is currently the Director for Adults, Health and Communities in Haringey, a role that she has held for over eight years and involves leadership and management of a portfolio that includes Adult Social Care, Public Health, Housing Needs and Community services. As a member of the Corporate Leadership Team, Beverley also leads on Equalities, Diversity, and Inclusion for the organisation. In addition, Beverley is currently President of ADASS and a member of the Board of Trustees.

Anna Severwright

Co-convenor, Social Care Future. Anna originally qualified as a medical doctor. No longer practicing clinically, she now combines her lived experience of disability and social care with her professional expertise, to positively change social care. She is one of the convenors of Social Care Future, a social movement calling for disabled and older people to be able to live the lives they want to live. She has had various other roles including being a special advisor to the House of Lords adult social care committee, a commissioner on the Archbishop’s Reimaging Care Commission and was a past co-chair of the Coalition for Collaborative Care.

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