Working Well @ Home: Managing PR from the kitchen table


CIPR Scotland is joined by career coach Adrian Marsh and industry expert Stephen Waddington for an event focusing on managing you, and your work from home. Please join us and our speakers to hear first-hand how you can make working from home efficient and effective. Learn from our experts as they share their tips and strategies to manage your work, your teams, and of course your personal life.

Building resilience and looking after your wellbeing during covid-19 and beyond


Young PR professionals and lawyers face many of the same challenges. Long, and sometimes antisocial working hours, 'always on' culture, demanding clients, and tight deadlines can lead to young professionals working in these industries burning out. For this event we've brought together a panel of speakers to share real life experiences and advice.

You'll hear from;

Morna McLelland, Managing Director, Stripe Communications

Catherine Hart, Partner, Digby Brown LLP

Nick Jedrzejewski, Communications Manager, See Me Scotland

how consumer behaviour has changed in 2020


Covid-19 has changed the way social media operates. Studies have shown that usage of social media is higher than ever before, with more and more of us spending time on platforms such as Instagram, Facebook and Tik Tok. On the other side of the coin you have the economic downturn, with brands having to justify spend more than ever.

The pandemic and the influencer

Join CIPR Scotland for this Bitesize Briefing event where Jim Eccleston and Duncan Stewart, Managing Partners of leading Scottish market research company 56 Degree Insight, will discuss how consumer behaviour has changed in 2020 and provide insight from the Scottish Tourism Index, which has tracked the country's tourism experience at home and abroad as COVID-19 lockdown measures ease.

Creating inclusive cultures & addressing racial inequality

In this online session, our Vice-Chair and Group Account Director at Stripe Communications, Shaun Bell, is in conversation with Alex Louis, a long-standing member of the CIPR's Diversity & Inclusion Network.
They explore practical changes that develop more inclusive cultures to unleash talent and create a fair and equal workplace for all.

Engaging young people through emerging platforms - Part A

Engaging young people through emerging platforms - Part B

CIPR Scotland Vice Chair and Group Account Director at Stripe Communications, Shaun Bell, in conversation with Kirsten Urquhart, Digital Services Director at Young Scot. 

This event and Q&A explores what communications professionals can learn and how emerging platforms such as TikTok have been used to engage young people during the pandemic.


A new normal for PR or the same old tricks?

In this member's only webinar, former CIPR Presidents Stephen Waddington and Professor Anne Gregory discuss how PR and Covid-19 can live alongside each other.