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Since 2012, and as described by the RSA http://ow.ly/nzgMX , come and join us all for drinks, and join over at the London Behavioural Economics Network (https://www.facebook.com/groups/londonBEnetwork/) on Facebook.

The boat (for those with us in 2014) is having a refurb so we're in-land at the sister pub near Piccadilly Circus called 'The Comedy Pub (http://maps.google.com/maps?q=51.51019287109375,-0.1321669965982437)' – the same great behavioural network *without* any sea-sickness!

We have the actual Comedy Club downstairs, and all mod cons (inc. beer on tap, lavatory, fridge wine/bottle cooler, screen, chairs tables). https://twitter.com/oliverpayne/status/7094... (https://twitter.com/oliverpayne/status/709472453928607745)

Check the dates: SECOND MONDAY (for those who a. hate boats, and b. can't do Tuesdays) for the informal evening gathering for communications, marketing, and research specialists working with behavioural sciences (behavioural economics, decision theory, psychology, neuromarketing, etc) in business or government who're in, or are visiting, London (UK).

http://www.londondrum.com/pubs/?r=10005697

It's the great networking place for practitioners, academics, and clients to meet and chat about all aspects of cognitive-behavioural communications – and it's in a central London location.

Feel free to drop by for a bit, or stay for a while. It’s a very friendly bunch, and all are welcome. And do bring buddies you think may enjoy it.

Here’s some more photos

http://www.meetup.com/London-behavioural-comms-monthly-informal-drinks/photos/19798632/#328662552

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London Behavioural Economic Network was first talked about by Oliver Payne and Leigh Caldwell towards the end of 2011, as a way of providing a place to bring together behavioural academics and practitioners; Towards the beginning of 2012, we were in our first home at the Salisbury pub. That year Oliver, Leigh, Nathalie Spencer, and Elina Halonen, put their heads together and settled on the overall name of London Behavioural Economics Network (LBEN). 2013 saw the move to the larger Sussex pub, and 'Ten Min Talks' speaking slots, and in 2014 a move to the more malleable space at the Tattershall Castle – a large bar-boat moored at Embankment on the Thames.

As well as here, join us at

http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=6543629&... (http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=6543629&trk=my_groups-b-grp-v)

and

https://www.facebook.com/groups/londonBEnet... (https://www.facebook.com/groups/londonBEnetwork/)

Bevorstehende Events (5+)

Behavioural boozeonomics, with the London Behavioural Economics Network

Themed talks this year – and our first of this year’s LBEN events we have an fabulous tie-in with: -- *The Association for Business Psychology* -- and this will be on *Feb 27th* (slight date shift to accommodate speakers) The Association for Business Psychology is a professional body which champions the use of psychology in the workplace https://www.theabp.org.uk/home.aspx (which some of us may wish to become members) and is keen to share knowledge with us, the LBEN community. Or speakers for Feb 27th – and discussion panel after their talks where we can ask lots of questions (business applications, how that works with behaviour, what currently being done in the business psychology world, what membership of the Association for Business Psychology means) – include: -- Ben Williams Ben is the Chair of the Board at the ABP, is a Chartered Psychologist, and Associate Fellow of the BPS Ben is an expert in the measurement of the mind. He owns and runs Sten10 Ltd http://www.sten10.com, a firm that specialises in the design of people assessments https://www.theabp.org.uk/about/what-is-business-psychology.aspx Ben has worked at all levels in private, public and third sector organisations and has a broad understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing Business Psychologists and HR Specialists. He’s a regular at industry conferences, as well as lecturing at Universities, and hosting webinars upskilling aspiring new Occupational Psychologists -- Richard Chataway Richard is also on the board of the ABP, and runs Communication Science Group with clients including Google, GambleAware and Atos. Richard is currently writing a book, and is an amazingly experienced practitioner of applied behavioural science in both local and central government in Australia and the UK, and advised clients including IKEA, Pfizer, ITV, BT, Kimberly Clark, American Express, InterContinental Hotels Group, and Starbucks. He’s won a bunch of awards, and led the development of the world’s most successful stop smoking mobile app, My QuitBuddy (I could do with that, tbh!) Come and learn about ABP from two board members, and ask questions of them about the work of applying psychology in business, and how that works with behavioural interventions – just like we always like to do at LBENs :) See you there! LBEN team — *Also* Coming up in other LBEN meets up in the summer, we’ll have the results of this 'State of the Industry' survey from the Ogilvy gang, and other contributors from the comms sector – please do do this survey if you haven’t as it closes on Feb 14th https://appliedbesci.typeform.com/to/dt9CDi. Keep an eye out for that announcement And towards autumn we’ll have talks and panel from the management consultancy sector about their approaches and challenges. Keep an eye out for that announcement, too And more themed evenings! --- LBEN is the great networking place for practitioners, academics, and clients to meet and chat about all aspects of cognitive-behavioural communications – in a central London location. Feel free to drop by for a bit, or stay for a while. It’s a very friendly bunch, and all are welcome. And do bring buddies you think may enjoy it.

Behavioural boozeonomics, with the London Behavioural Economics Network

--- The boat (for those with us in 2014) is having a refurb so we're in-land at the sister pub near Piccadilly Circus called 'The Comedy Pub (http://maps.google.com/maps?q=51.51019287109375,-0.1321669965982437)' – the same great behavioural network *without* any sea-sickness! We have the top floor room, and all mod cons (inc. beer on tap, lavatory, fridge wine/bottle cooler, screen, chairs tables). Check the dates: SECOND MONDAY (for those who a. hate boats, and b. can't do Tuesdays) for the informal evening gathering for communications, marketing, and research specialists working with behavioural sciences (behavioural economics, decision theory, psychology, neuromarketing, etc) in business or government who're in, or are visiting, London (UK). http://www.londondrum.com/pubs/?r=10005697 It's the great networking place for practitioners, academics, and clients to meet and chat about all aspects of cognitive-behavioural communications – and it's in a central London location. Feel free to drop by for a bit, or stay for a while. It’s a very friendly bunch, and all are welcome. And do bring buddies you think may enjoy it.

Behavioural boozeonomics, with the London Behavioural Economics Network

--- The boat (for those with us in 2014) is having a refurb so we're in-land at the sister pub near Piccadilly Circus called 'The Comedy Pub (http://maps.google.com/maps?q=51.51019287109375,-0.1321669965982437)' – the same great behavioural network *without* any sea-sickness! We have the top floor room, and all mod cons (inc. beer on tap, lavatory, fridge wine/bottle cooler, screen, chairs tables). Check the dates: SECOND MONDAY (for those who a. hate boats, and b. can't do Tuesdays) for the informal evening gathering for communications, marketing, and research specialists working with behavioural sciences (behavioural economics, decision theory, psychology, neuromarketing, etc) in business or government who're in, or are visiting, London (UK). http://www.londondrum.com/pubs/?r=10005697 It's the great networking place for practitioners, academics, and clients to meet and chat about all aspects of cognitive-behavioural communications – and it's in a central London location. Feel free to drop by for a bit, or stay for a while. It’s a very friendly bunch, and all are welcome. And do bring buddies you think may enjoy it.

Behavioural boozeonomics, with the London Behavioural Economics Network

--- The boat (for those with us in 2014) is having a refurb so we're in-land at the sister pub near Piccadilly Circus called 'The Comedy Pub (http://maps.google.com/maps?q=51.51019287109375,-0.1321669965982437)' – the same great behavioural network *without* any sea-sickness! We have the top floor room, and all mod cons (inc. beer on tap, lavatory, fridge wine/bottle cooler, screen, chairs tables). Check the dates: SECOND MONDAY (for those who a. hate boats, and b. can't do Tuesdays) for the informal evening gathering for communications, marketing, and research specialists working with behavioural sciences (behavioural economics, decision theory, psychology, neuromarketing, etc) in business or government who're in, or are visiting, London (UK). http://www.londondrum.com/pubs/?r=10005697 It's the great networking place for practitioners, academics, and clients to meet and chat about all aspects of cognitive-behavioural communications – and it's in a central London location. Feel free to drop by for a bit, or stay for a while. It’s a very friendly bunch, and all are welcome. And do bring buddies you think may enjoy it.

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