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Louder Than Words The B Corp Festival Sep 10 - 11. Oxford, UK Agenda Buy Tickets
Louder Than Words The B Corp Festival Sep 10 - 11. Oxford, UK


A microphone on an empty stage, illuminated by a spotlight

Applications are now closed.

To apply, you need to be:

  • aged 18-25
  • an employee of a B Corp
  • have the aspiration to learn these lifelong skills and have the passion to use them to make a difference
  • available for a Zoom interview in the first two weeks of April
  • have the flexibility in your work to join a series of online training academy workshops –  Tuesdays from 23 April-21 May (4pm-5pm UK) and July 2nd where we will announce the main stage host. 
  • have the support of your employer to take the time to attend all workshops and to be a stage moderator/ host at The Meetings Show 19-20 June at ExCel, London and at The B Corp Festival in Oxford, 10-11 September. 


Are you aged 18-25?  Do you wish you could increase your confidence in presenting or networking?  Have you ever wanted to present at, host or moderate an event?

Make a meaningful impact at the first B Corp Festival, in September 2024.

We are using Louder than Words: B Corp Festival as a platform to accelerate the voice and presence of the youngest generation in our community. Apply to our Young Host Academy and we’ll give you the training and confidence you need to be an on-stage pro. You will learn and practise skills that will be useful in all areas of your professional and personal life. 

There are just six places available in The B Corp Festival Young Hosts’ Academy, giving you the skills to excel on stage. 

The course is designed and delivered by pending B Corp The Attendee Experience Company (atex).

What happens at The B Corp Festival Young Hosts’ Academy?

You’ll join online training workshops, meeting the other students in the programme.  Once confident, you’ll have the opportunity to hone your skills, and get ready for the festival, by moderating a session or stage at The Meetings Show in London in June.  We will then select one student to join our professional emcee (host) as a co-host on the main stage at the festival, in front of approx. 1,700 people and live broadcast to more than 1,000.  If you’re not chosen to be on the main stage, you will still play a significant role, moderating or hosting some of the other activities at the Festival’s afternoon fringe sessions.

B Lab believes an equitable and inclusive work environment and a diverse, empowered team are key to achieving our mission. We are committed to equality of opportunity, to being fair and inclusive, and to being a place where all belong. 

We therefore particularly encourage applications from candidates who are from underrepresented and marginalised communities, including People of Colour and under-represented ethnicities, women or female-identified, people with disabilities and LGBTQI+.