Here at JLA, it’s our responsibility to stay atop the trends of the day, so that you don’t have to. We constantly ask ourselves, what do our clients want to hear about next? Who do they want to hear from?

At times, keeping ahead of societal trends is smooth sailing, with little to note other than the gentle ripple of a new motivational school of thought.

That is a pipedream in today’s climate, and the past few years have been a raging sea of unexpected twists and turns. The Covid-19 pandemic brought a rush of epidemiologists and the Westminster debacle of the last few years led even us to ask ‘What the hell is going on?’. More predictably, AI is taking centre stage in recent months, we covered that recently.

AI is clearly the new kid on the block, and we have (very gratefully) said farewell to the pandemic. With all of that in mind, it seems to me that one trend has continued unabated since records began, and is at the very tip of our client’s tongues whether they know it or not. That question is: What’s happening with the money? Where is it going next?

Now, I do not have the skill to answer that question for you, so please allow me to introduce you to the keynote speakers most qualified to do so:

Paul Johnson

Paul heads up the widely respected Institute for Fiscal Studies and sits on the committee for climate change. Paul speaks with the energetic zeal of a motivational speaker and is well-placed to discuss all facets of the UK economy, from the labour market to the numbers behind the climate crisis.

View Paul Johnson’s full speaker biography here.

Trevor Williams

Trevor is a battle-hardened City Economist with the timesheet to prove it. After starting his career in the Civil Service, Trevor has over 30 years of experience plotting the trends of the UK’s Economy. He’s perfectly placed to discuss how demographics, society, and politics are shaping today’s economy.

View Trevor Williams’s full speaker biography here.

David Blanchflower

David is one of the most respected British economists with a focus on the economics of individuals, specifically with regard to wages, employment, and overall well-being. Widely credited as one of the early bell-ringers for the financial crisis – David is exactly the kind of visionary required for the road ahead.

View David Blanchflower’s full speaker biography here.

Pippa Malmgren

Pippa is uniquely placed across a multitude of different industries, and that makes her the perfect candidate. Her one-of-a-kind ability to weave together geopolitics, technology, and policy makes her a supremely capable authority on the economic picture.

View Pippa Malmgren’s full speaker biography here.

If you’d like to enquire about any of the names above, or would like some more examples of great economic speakers, please contact your JLA Account Manager.

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