As we all continue to face unique challenges during 2021, here at French Duncan we decided to piece together a short series of online events for our clients, contacts and friends which might just help us all through these times.
Our previous events:
Journey to Tokyo 2020 - The people for you...Steph Davis, Olympic athlete
On 7th September we were lucky enough to have a talk and Q&A with Scottish athlete Steph Davis, who finished as the top Brit in the women's marathon at this year's Olympic Games in Tokyo. Steph's story is truly inspirational - having only run her first marathon in 2018 she went on to win the British trials at Kew Gardens earlier this year with a new personal best, cementing her place at the delayed Tokyo 2020 event.
Please click here or on the button below to watch a recording of the event, including a fantastic Q&A session:
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French Duncan would like to thank two of our clients, sportscotland and Scottish Athletics, for their help in arranging this event. For more information about the great work they do from grassroots up to elite sports, visit: https://sportscotland.org.uk and https://www.scottishathletics.org.uk.
Robotic Process Automation - The people for you...Rory Gray from UiPath.
Building upon our previous event where Graeme Codrington spoke about the future of work, on Wednesday 23rd June we welcomed Rory Gray of UiPath and Andy Guy of our own sister company FD Intelligence who spoke about how robots are going to transform the workplace, and how they have already been deployed by FD Intelligence in businesses of all shapes and sizes.
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The Future of Work - The people for you...Graeme Codrington
We were delighted to welcome the World’s foremost futurist, and Member of Speakers Hall of Fame in UK & South Africa, Graeme Codrington, to talk about 'The Future of Work'. Graeme's breadth of knowledge and expertise makes him highly relevant - essential - in today's rapidly evolving business world. He works with business leaders around the world and during 2020 worked with household brands including Nestle, Coca-Cola, Microsoft & O2.
This virtual event was hosted on Tuesday 18th May - a recording is available on the link below, however this will only be available until Tuesday 1st June.
And if you're not sure you've the time to watch this, here is some of the feedback from those who attended live:
"Thank you for one of the most interesting presentations I have seen in quite some time."
"Brilliant presentation -- just what we need for our brains on a Tuesday morning."
"Thank you, very provoking. Fascinating."
"Fascinating talk and illuminating subsequent discussion."
You can find out more about Graeme here.
Who Dares Wins - The people for you...Robin Horsfall
We welcomed Robin Horsfall, also known as ‘The Wise Old Paratrooper', in March who served with the Parachute Regiment and 22 Special Air Service (SAS) from 1972 to 1984. He took part in several famous missions including the SAS Embassy Siege in London on May 5th 1980 and a suicide mission into Argentina in 1982.
You may be interested in these links below, to Robin's website, fundraising initiatives and books:
Follow Your Dreams - The people for you...Ricky Munday.
We kicked off our new series of online events with the fantastic and highly inspiring Ricky Munday on Thursday 25th February. Ricky's illustrated keynote talk ‘Follow Your Dreams’ describes his journey from growing up a council estate in Glasgow to reaching the top of the world on his successful ascent of Mount Everest in 2018 and covers themes such as perseverance, building resilience, goal-setting and overcoming adversity.
To find out more about Ricky and his charitable organisation, Inspire Alpine, please click here.