K-Club Breakfast Speaker – 6th February 2020
Deb Oxley OBE
CEO - Employee Ownership Association
Deb Oxley OBE is the CEO of the Employee Ownership Association (EOA), the UKs leading voice on employee ownership, representing a sector that contributes between £30-40bn a year to UK GDP. It is also a membership organisation for UK businesses of private or public sector origin, that are wholly or partially owned by their employees.
Deb has over 30 years business experience across private and public sectors and latterly after founding and running her own small business for 10 years, joined the EOA in 2012, becoming Chief Executive in 2015. Having recently led a national inquiry into the economic and social effects of employee ownership, Deb is now leading a programme of work to realise the recommendations of the inquiry findings, the Ownership Dividend.
As part of her role at the EOA, Deb also chairs the Employee Ownership Sector Group, is a member of the Government Mutuals Advisory Group, a Commissioner on the Grant Thornton Vibrant Economy and a member of the Managing Partners Forum (MPF). In 2019 Deb was awarded and OBE for services to employee ownership and social enterprises.
Alongside speaker Rob Davenport, Deb will be discussing some of the key benefits of employee ownership and attempting to raise the profile of employee ownership amongst the North West business community.
K-Club Breakfast Event – Thursday 6th February 2020, 7.30am-10am at the AJ Bell Stadium, 1 Stadium Way, Salford, M30 7LJ.