Flexible Working Cultures Drive Business Performance.

Incremental Group, The Garment Factory, 10 Montrose St, Glasgow, Glasgow G1 1ET.
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15 May 2018, 08.30 – 11.30

Incremental Group, The Garment Factory, Glasgow

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In a survey of 8000 global employers and employees, 61% said flexible working increased their company’s profits, and a further 83 per cent reported that productivity was boosted by flexible hours.

Why? Because flexible working leads to happier more engaged employees who work harder, are less likely burn out and want to go the extra mile for your business. We all have a life out with work and the desire to work flexibly is increasing.

Come along to this breakfast event chaired by the fantastic Jen Munro, seasoned entrepreneur and founder of ISSOS International, and hear from the CEOs and business founders about their unique approaches to creating a great flexible working culture. On the day you will hear from Pursuit Marketing, Incremental Group and Young Enterprise Scotland. They will share their business drivers, the challenges they met along the way and ultimately how a flexible working culture has benefitted business performance.

Join us for conversation and breakfast in the fantastic new Incremental offices located in the Garment Factory.

Our speakers

Jen Munro, Director, ISSOS

Jen is the founder of ISSOS International, a company that’s designs, creates and operates international summer programs for 13-18 year olds from over 70 nationalities based at St Andrews, Cambridge and Yale Universities. ISSOS was launched in 2006 and catered to 51 students and now operates over three campuses catering to over 600 students every summer. Jen is a fellow and advisory board member of Power of Youth and sits on the board of two charities that support young people as well as supporting a number of organisations in the UK that support entrepreneurs and education.

Lorraine Gray, Operations Director, Pursuit Marketing

In the past six years Lorraine has been instrumental in the development of award-winning health & wellbeing initiatives, which have supported Pursuit to exceed all growth targets, creating an unparalleled employer brand and reputation in the call centre industry. Pursuit boasts industry leading staff retention rates and is at the forefront of family friendly working initiatives. After introducing a 4 day week in 2016, they made headlines again this year with their new term-time work policy.


Neil Logan, CEO, Incremental Group

Neil is passionate about the positive impact technology can have on the economy and works hard to drive this forward. In addition to being CEO of scale up digital technology provider, Incremental Group, he is one of the founders of The Data Lab and is its Chairman. He is also an active member of the Scottish Government's Technology Advisory Group (TAG). Earlier this year, Neil became Vice Chairman of the ONE Digital sector board, one of five sector boards that form the private sector economic development body Opportunity North East (ONE).

Geoff Leask, CEO, Young Enterprise Scotland

Geoff has over 17 years’ experience of working in the Youth Enterprise arena. Before joining Young Enterprise Scotland (YES), he spent 14 years with the Prince’s Scottish Youth Business Trust (PSYBT). This included 8 years of regional responsibility before joining the senior management team and going on to serve as Director. One of his key objectives since joining YES was to develop a new Programme to develop entrepreneurship activity across the Further Education sector – Bridge 2 Business. In addition to his current role with Young Enterprise Scotland, Geoff serves as a Non-Executive Director with the Economic Development Association of Scotland (EDAS) and has also been a regular commentator on the Glasgow Herald website within the business section. He was awarded the Great Britain Entrepreneurial Champion Silver Award 2015 and was recently shortlisted by the Herald Society as Social Entrepreneur of the Year 2016.