BAM is proud to be the headline sponsor for the National Social value Conference Wales 2021 on the 16-17 November. Join us for two days of learning and collaboration, as we explore how we can drive the movement forward. 

BAM is taking part in a great program of activities across the two days including:


Keynotes and panels

November 17 at 2pm – Afternoon Keynote 

Justin Price one of our Construction Directors, based in Caerphilly will deliver a keynote on social value within the private sector. He will then join a panel discussing the role business has to play in setting the foundations for future generations to thrive. 


November 17 at 9.45am - The Wellbeing of Future Generations Act in 2021

Danielle Aberg, BAM’s Head of Social Impact will be discussing how the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act has fared during the last six years and the role private businesses play in ensuring its success. She will be joined on the panel by one of the Acts creators and the people charged with implementing it. 


If you are an SME or VCSE, why not sign up for one of our great workshops helping you to get the most from social value.


November 16 at 11.15 – How to win work and influence people

Jess Morgan and Claire Pilcher, will be helping SME’s to understand how they can leverage social value to win work. We will also cover a beginners guide to planning your social value and provide you with a free tracker to start measuring your impact. 

November 17 at 12.30 - Social Procurement in the built environment: A VCSE guide to being procurement ready

The workshop delivered by Jess Morgan, Social Impact Manager and Patricia Murphy, Procurement Manager from BAM, will help VCSE’s understand what it means to be procurement ready & how to raise your profile with construction buyers. We will be joined by Caroline Locke from Ministry of furniture, who will share her experience of being one of BAM’s social Suppliers.

Don’t miss this session if you are a VCSE looking to work in construction.

Click here to register for the event.