Tickets for the most anticipated event in the electrical industry’s calendar - powerBall are now on sale. Book your table today and don’t miss an opportunity to be at the most colourful dance extravaganza in 2017.
This year powerBall is promising to keep you on your feet all night long with its 70’s disco theme of Friday Night Fever and unmissable entertainment from Madhen, DJ Laura and the Saturday Night Fever tribute show choreographed by Nikki Trow. powerBall 2017 is also giving you an opportunity to do something incredible for years to come with its Raise the Roof – ‘One brick at a time’ campaign which aims to raise vital funds for the Dickinson family.
The Electrical Industries Charity is urging the industry to join its Practical Participation Programme and volunteer their time and skills to help transform the lives of those in need.
Practical support is an essential tool which helps to change the lives of those desperately in need of a helping hand and could significantly improve their quality of life. By being part of the Charity’s Practical Participation Programme, you will have an opportunity to work alongside the Electrical Industries Charity and its partners in solving, or contributing to solutions, for those in need of your help.
Experience the most electrifying disco event of the year and be ready to re-live the 70’s disco days at powerBall 2017. Book your table today to secure your place for the most extravagant party in the industry’s calendar.
This year’s powerBall 2017 is set to bring the industry together for the most unforgettable disco infused experience of the year with an outstanding performance from twelve talented young dancers who will recreate the 70’s phenomenon of Saturday Night Fever.
By Tessa Ogle, Managing Director of the Electrical Industries Charity
When you are faced with difficult circumstances in your life- whether you are caring for a loved one, have a serious illness or struggling with financial issues, it is important to have a strong support network around you.
Currently, there are 1.3 million people in the electrical industry who are working or have worked in the electrical or energy related sector. 130,000 of those people are eligible for support, 23,000 are non-working disabled people, 50,000 are pensioners, and 100,000 provide full-time care to members of their family. In total 330,000 people in our industry are in desperate need of a support network to help them to overcome the most challenging situations in their lives.
The Electrical Industries Charity is calling on the electrical sector to get fit this summer by joining one or all of its fantastic summer events.
Are you an enthusiastic individual who is looking for a challenge which would test your strength and stamina and push you to the limits?
Why not join the Electrical Industries Charity’s Mudnificent 7 and prepare for a muddy 7k run through some of the most exciting and challenging obstacles. This unmissable race is taking place on Saturday 12 August 2017 at Heart Park, Warwickshire.
Do you have what it takes to be the Disco Divo or a Fever Diva at powerBall 2017?
Now it is your chance to re-live the 70’s disco days and have a truly unique experience by taking part in your very own strictly powerBall experience.
Saturday Night Fever became the prism through which the world viewed disco. In the tradition of the Strictly Come Dancing TV show, powerBall will be presenting you with a one- off very special and unique opportunity to take part in your very own Strictly powerBall experience at this year’s Friday Night Fever event.
City Electrical Factors (CEF) is set to Raise the Roof for the Dickinson family as part of the Electrical Industries Charity’s Challenge for a Cause campaign at CEF LIVE 2017.
Back by popular demand, CEF LIVE returns to Birmingham’s NEC Arena on the 8th - 9th June, 2017. Hosted by CEF, the UK’s expert supplier of electrical products and services, this year’s event runs across two days and will feature industry leading brands, exclusive on-the-day offers and vital information about upcoming industry changes.