Stress Matters to partner with EMA as their official wellbeing partner


The Event Marketing Association (EMA) has announced a new partnership with Stress Matters.

Stress Matters, the event industry well-being accreditation scheme has now partnered EMA as their official wellbeing partner.  The partnership will see Stress Matters providing insights to the association and its members as to how they can improve workplace wellbeing.  As the official wellbeing partner of the EMA, Stress Matters will support their members and the association through content insights, workshops, speaking at association events and unique discounts for EMA members.  EMA will also be one of the key partners to help with the biennial 2019 event industry workplace wellbeing research conducted by Stress Matters which launched in on the June please help with the survey - Its short I promise! CLICK HERE

EMA members will get discounts across all Stress Matters services: Joining the pledge scheme, Mental Health First Aider training plus other stress management and workplace wellbeing related support services.  If they email info@stressmatters.org.uk and reference that they are an EMA member, they will be provided with the relevant prices.
  
Richard Waddington, chair of the EMA said: “Our members are passionate, high-pressured event organisers and their wellbeing is one of our key priorities.  The research shows that a happy team is a productive and effective team, so to help support the success of our members, we have partnered with Stress Matters to offer guidance and resources through the industry accreditation scheme and workshops for our members.”

Laura Capell-Abra, founder of Stress Matters said: “The EMA represents an important part of the events industry.  In-house event organisers share many of the same pressures as the wider industry but have some unique triggers that we will be tackling with the support of the EMA.  We know from our 2017 research that 63% of people who have at least one person at work that they can talk to are 40% less stressed than those who don’t believe anyone else will be able to help.  We will be working with EMA to ensure their members all feel like there is someone they can talk to.”

Stress Matters is the event industry pledge accreditation scheme with the goal of reducing stress and improving wellbeing in the events sector.  Stress Matters pledgers are audited, supported and accredited as they focus on the wellbeing of their teams.  Workshops are also offered to support this process such as stress management for managers, resilience and mindfulness.  Stress Matters is run by events industry professionals for the events industry. 

Web:  https://www.stressmatters.org.uk/

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