Join your colleagues and peers from across the public sector to discuss the latest in creating engaging social media content, designing a social media strategy, identifying the right channels, measuring success, using video and the future of social media all on a constrained public sector budget.

Key points for 2018: 

  • Using social media to drive real change
  • Creating and delivering engaging content
  • Developing a social media strategy
  • Measuring engagement and ROI
  • Succesfully targeting your audience
  • Video, video and more video
  • The future of social media

Who is attending:

  • Heads of Crisis Communications 
  • Heads of Corporate Communications 
  • Heads of Communications 
  • Heads of Correspondence 
  • Heads of Digital 
  • Heads of Internal Communications 
  • Heads of News 
  • Heads of Operations  
  • Heads of PR 
  • Heads of Security 
  • Heads of Social Media 
  • Heads of Strategy 

Previous communications speakers include:

  • Sarah Clark, Head of Insight and Evaluation, Communications Directorate, Department of Health
  • Emma Hartley, Head of Campaigns & Corporate Communications, The Electoral Commission
  • Amanda Coleman, Head of Corporate Communications, Greater Manchester Police
  • Emma Leech, Director of Marketing and Advancement, Loughborough University
  • Dan McMullan, Head of Communications, Transport for Greater Manchester
  • Jessica Pearce, Head of Campaigns and Strategy, Prime Minister’s Office
  • Dee Cotgrove, Executive Head of Media & Communications, Met Office
  • Stuart Thomson, Head of Public Affairs, Bircham Dyson Bell LLP
  • Mona Walsh, Head of Communications,  The National Gallery
  • Simon Enright, Director of Communications, NHS England 
  • Miles Fletcher, Head of Media & Public Relations, ONS
  • Stephen Thompson, Head of Digital, University of Sheffield
  • Barnaby Fry, Head of Crisis, MHP Communications
  • Ed Stearns, Head of Media, Metropolitan Police
  • Alan Barnard, Founding Director, Campaign It
  • Kevin Groves, Head of Media, Network Rail


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