Fresh from receiving MBEs in the New Year Honours List, the pair will talk about the collaborations that have contributed to their success.
Harriet and Rosie met when studying Fine Art at the Chelsea School of Art. Neither has any conventional jewellery training and their first collections were produced from recycled objects.
Despite this, Tatty Devine accessories were a hit on London markets and it wasn’t long before they were appearing in big name stockists worldwide.
The two-day conference will see key decision makers from across the creative and cultural sectors come together to discuss the challenges and opportunities ahead. The event will take place at the Backstage Centre in Purfleet, Essex.