dbda confirmed as conference co-sponsor

15.47 | 24 July 2009 |

dbda, the corporate social responsibility consultancy embracing education and safety in the community, has been confirmed as co-sponsor of the 2009 Road Safety GB annual conference in Cambridge, 12-13 November.

dbda will sit alongside the Highways Agency as the event’s key partners.

dbda is an award winning communications agency and is part of Bob Geldof’s Ten Alps plc. It has been established for more than 25 years and specialises in corporate responsibility, primarily in the areas of safety – the foundations of the company were built on road safety – community and education.

Alan Kennedy, chair of Road Safety GB, said: “dbda and the Highways Agency are excellent partners with whom we share many common goals and objectives.

“We’re grateful for their support and delighted that they will be joining forces with us to help deliver an event that is proving very popular with road safety professionals.”

Dawn Boyfield, MBE, managing director of dbda, said: “We are delighted to re-establish our partnership with Road Safety GB through co-sponsorship of the annual conference.

“We hope that this new venture will not only benefit those that attend the conference but will ultimately make a difference to everyone who uses the roads in this country.”
More than 100 delegates have already their places and the tabletop exhibition that will run alongside the conference is sold out.

Confirmed speakers include Fiona Seymour (THINK!), Chris Watts (DfT), Rob Gifford (PACTS), Dr Lisa Dorn (Cranfield University) and Dr Fiona Fylan (Brainbox Research).

The full delegate rate has been set at the all-inclusive price of just £235, in order to make the event affordable for road safety professionals in these financially-constrained times.

For more information about the conference, the agenda and the delegate booking form visit the conference website.

Alternatively, contact Sally Bartrum, conference organiser, on 01379 650112.


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