TPC Wants to provide a safe and welcoming environment for all attendees
As part of conference planning we have built into our thinking the behaviour we expect of delegates, as well as our measures to keep you as safe as possible.
We have also documented here our anti suit-casing / briefcase selling policies for suppliers who are attending, but are not official exhibitors.
We would ask all attendees to read this section and report any unauthorised activity or approaches, in order to help protect the investment made by our supporting organisations.
Respect, Conduct and Delegate Safety
Since its inception in 2016, TPC has always been a welcoming environment, a safe place for everyone to network, learn, share and socialise. We expect to see no change in this, we have the same core attendees, from the same industries and backgrounds. We know our delegates share similar values and expectations of behaviour. However, below is a reminder of what we expect of our house rules and policies.
Anti Suitcasing Policy / 'Briefcase Sales' - Non Exhibiting Delegates
Since its inception TPC has enjoyed great support from our sponsors and exhibitors. Their financial support subsidises much of the costs that TPC incurs, from venue hire, great social events, quality food and substantially reduced registration prices.
Their investment in what we do allows them to present and propose their solutions to other delegates, whether they are venues or other suppliers.
Only officially badged sponsors or exhibitors may undertake sales activity on the TPC site or at TPC events, this includes
We do understand that TPC is all about networking and we actively encourage all delegates to talk, share and engage. Activity that we do not class as briefcase selling includes