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POSTPONED: PRCA NextGen Scotland: Corporate Snakes and Career Ladders


18 Mar 2020







Join NextGen Scotland for innovative simulation event Corporate Snakes and Ladders when it comes to Scotland on Wednesday 18th March. Please arrive for 18:00 for a 18:30 start. Places are limited so sign up soon if you would like to attend.

Event Type: Member Event

Address: Corstorphine Room in the Hilton Edinburgh Carlton, 19 North Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1SD

Event Overview

Join PRCA NextGen Scotland on Wednesday 18th March for this special event, giving participants the chance to take part in an innovative business simulation where they will gamify their career. Corporate Snakes and Career Ladders is a business simulation game designed to help individuals and teams explore high level corporate issues and deliver meaningful long-term learning. Participants will enter an immersive experience and learn how to operate at a senior level within a virtual multinational organization, understanding the skills they need to be effective strategic advisers. You can find out more about Corporate Snakes and Ladders at

PRCA NextGen events are aimed at those in the earlier stages of their communications careers, from student up to senior account manager level. 

Corporate Snakes and Ladders will be led by Stephen Welch. He is a Council Member of the PRCA and is currently serving as European, Middle East and North Africa Chair of the International Association of Business Communicators. He is a Director of Archetypical Ltd, a consulting firm that designs and delivers cutting-edge training programmes for functional people in complex organizations. He also advises clients on leadership issues, team effectiveness, and presentation skills. Stephen started his career in Canada and was previously a global partner for a management consulting firm. Stephen is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts, and a Full Member of the Market Research Society.

This event is worth 15 points in the PRCA CPD Programme.