• Georgia Hatton

Juno to host free digi-fest for marketing pros

Love Islander and mental health advocate Jamie Jewitt, former Blue singer Simon Webbe and comedian Juliette Burton are among the acts signed up for JunoFest, a free digital festival taking place on Friday 12th June designed to lift the spirits and boost the wellbeing of professionals working in the media, marketing and creative industries.

Love Islander Jewitt, who last month announced his girlfriend and co-star Camilla Thurlow is expecting their first baby, will talk about mental health in the age of social media. Songwriter Webbe, who sold over 15 million records as member of boy band Blue, will conduct a Q&A with his wife Ayshen and perform some of his best-loved songs. 

Hosted by employee support platform Juno, in partnership with HeadTalks and with support from The Breathery, Garcon Wines, Fiona Fleur and Diaspo, JunoFest brings together an eclectic mix of unseen, exclusive content designed to inspire, entertain and educate.

In addition to Jewitt and Webbe, JunoFest’s line-up features a stand up routine from comedian Juliette Burton, music from DJ Emma Conybeare, inspirational talks from boxer Tommy Coyle and disability rights campaigner Will Pike, as well as masterclasses in a range of activities including south Asian cooking, Latin dance and meditation.

Juno CEO Ally Fekaiki comments: “From the sheer monotony of lockdown right through to concerns about being furloughed and laid off, we know that agency land is struggling right now. JunoFest will be a few much-needed hours of escapism with an amazing blend of talented people sharing their stories, talents, tips and tricks.”

The show is free to join and will take place on Friday 12th June. Sign up here.

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