Industry Events

Rogue Futures – Operating Outside the Normal Controls – JFL’s Spring Event 

Do you wrestle with how to reinvigorate your team, how to encourage people to think outside their parameters or the best way to navigate the constantly shifting landscape? For our Spring event, JFL is hosting guest speaker Tiffany Arntson, who offers a radical evolution to standard business practice.
Tiffany has 15 years’ experience applying future-focused insight into people, business and communication. She founded the research division at The Future Laboratory, whose studies were featured in The Financial Times, Wall Street Journal and Mashable, in addition to generating debate in the boardroom and shaping engagement strategies. Tiffany is a strategic thinker, creative connector and speaker, with core expertise in communications, business development and client relations across retail, luxury, and financial services. She has worked with some of the world’s leading companies including Selfridges, American Express, HSBC, Bottega Veneta, Jameson, M&S and Microsoft, in addition to consulting with start-ups.

The conversation focus:
“Human communities depend upon a diversity of talent, not a singular idea of ability. We must transform the culture of education and organisations with a richer conception of human creativity and intelligence.” - Sir Ken Robinson, international advisor on education and creativity in organisations.
This challenge is our opportunity - to radically evolve our perspective and practice for the 21st Century. We’ll explore:
How rigid roles and default definitions limit our perception of creative ability
Why principles are more essential than fixed processes and repeat practice
How re-engaged intuition and thinking inside-out will equip you to explore the unknown
What you can do to change the conversation today

Who this is for:
The session will focus on marketing and human resources, and look at issues that limit individual, team and business development. All levels of communication and HR professionals are welcome, with most relevance to senior managers in team leadership and client servicing roles.

When and where:
Held at our Beak Street offices on 26th April, the session starts at 6pm, with the chance to meet industry peers over drinks and nibbles before Tiffany’s talk begins at 6.45pm. There will then be the opportunity to ask questions afterwards, with the evening ending at around 8pm. 
If you would like to come along to this exciting and inspiring event please drop Eleanor an email – – to reserve a place ASAP (which are allocated on a first come, first served basis).


The PRofessionals

Scotland’s first festival for public relations

June 16th - 17th 2016

The PRofessionals is a two-day public relations festival designed by Laura Sutherland, Chief at Scottish-based firm Aura PR. The inaugural event, which takes place ahead of the Edinburgh festivals, also coincides with two major international PR events; AMEC’s International Summit in London and Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.
The festival will celebrate achievements and also allow practitioners to hear, discuss and ‘hack’ PR challenges and collaborate to help develop professional skills and the industry as a whole. Read the line-up for further details.

The event was informed by a Scottish survey distributed on social media, feedback from CommsCamp2015 and Future of PR Conference 2015. Laura also worked with a PR community which developed out of the survey respondents.

To register for tickets to the event, please click here, and to learn more about the events itself, please click here.
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