Three MN2S talents were booked to take part in JunoFest, a “free-to-join digital festival for ad, marketing and PR pros”.
Juno is a workplace wellbeing program and employee support platform that offers products aimed at helping “employees work more joyfully and productively, solve problems more creatively and collaborate with a shared purpose”. June 12th saw the organisation put on the first ever JunoFest, a virtual event that featured a range of inspirational names streaming everything from Q&As and dance classes to DJ sets and stand-up comedy.
Former Love Islander Jamie Jewitt joined the festival to engage in a highly topical Q&A session surrounding mental health in the age of social media, before presenter and influencer Shanie Ryan answered questions on her diverse career history and spoke about her popular podcast series, Influence Me. Radio DJ Emma Conybeare then stepped in to speak about how music has supported her mental health, before treating Juno Fest’s online attendees to a stellar DJ set.
Speaking about the online event, Juno CEO Ally Fekaiki remarked: “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.”
“An amazing blend of talented people sharing their stories, talents, tips and tricks.“JunoFest CEO Ally Fekaiki on JunoFest