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Would reaching hundreds or thousands of people with digital communications help your organisation meet Digital by Default initiatives? Are you working collaboratively across all levels of government to transform your services delivery and have real impact on channel shift goals?
If you’re a government communications professional grappling with how to measure your impact and how to demonstrate the value of your communications to your organisation, register for our annual UK Digital Communications event.
Hear from private sector thought leaders and public sector experts, including some of your most successful peers in government, who will provide insightful communication strategies and tactics that you can use to drive customer actions and help you meet channel shift and mission goals
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GovDelivery allows public sector organisations to transform
their digital communications to achieve real channel shift
and drive the public to online properties through maximising
direct connections with the public. With our comprehensive digital communications
solutions, your government organisation can reach, inform and engage your stakeholders
more effectively than ever before. More than 550 public sector organisations worldwide including Parliament, Central Bedfordshire Council, Suffolk County Council, and more
partner with GovDelivery to better communicate their key messages with the public while
utilising cost-effective and efficient channels.
You may have heard about GovDelivery being chosen as cloud computing supplier for the UK government's G-Cloud programme? Possibly, you read the latest white paper from Dr. Gerald Power titled, "Channel Shift: Realising the benefits?" Or, maybe you've heard about the Met Office creating an award winning communications strategy utilising GovDelivery?
Attend this complimentary webinar to learn how GovDelivery's Digital Communication Management (DCM) solution is powering the UK governmental digital communications revolution, with nearly 1 million users.
DCM will help you reach more people with your messages, streamline your communications processes and help you achieve amazing channel shift results, while driving citizen engagement
Presenter: Dave Worsell -Director of Government Solutions, GovDelivery
A one day event to explore how the cultural sector can exploit digital technology, innovation, knowledge and skills to improve their audience development, organisational operating process, raise their profile and collaborate across sectors to develop new product practice and partners.
Held during the Digital Week November 14-18 2012 the event will complement a series of activity by multiple partners to demonstrate the leading edge technology emerging and how all sectors can benefit from intelligent, informed commercial application of digital technology.
Hello Culture aims to broker and promote the use of digital technology for cultural organisations and enable and facilitate cross and intra sector collaboration to develop new audiences for cultural activity and develop new ways of working.
You will hear case studies from public sector authorities who have built large online audiences. Plus, there will be discussion on best practices for promotion of online channels, tips for achieving channel shift, digital engagement strategies, and how to make use of the most effective communication channels.
We'll be gathering all of our GovDelivery users, and those interested in learning about the system, to discuss best practices, what's new, and unique ways of using the GovDelivery service.
Now in its fourth year, The Flyover Show is breaking new ground with its most ambitious show to date. Set in its unique location beneath the Hockley Flyover, this year it brings together an international rostra celebrating Men who have defied stereotypes and made groundbreaking contributions to Black British and Urban Culture.
Featuring Iconic artists such as local Drum & Bass legend Goldie, UK Soul innovator Omar, MOBO award winning UK rapper Akala, New York based HipHop artist Why-G, Vancouver born Jazz trumpet protégé Jay Phelps and Jazz pioneer, virtuoso pianist, composer & BBC presenter Julian Joseph.
It also features the finest graffitti, theatre and dance work commissioned especially for the day and exploring its theme. The show is set to be a challenging, thought provoking and entertaining day, putting alternative art and culture centre stage.
The day is also about reclaiming abandoned spaces and transforming them into outstanding arenas of creativity and restoring the soul of the city - championing the belief that the very highest artistic expression can emerge and be staged in communities only associated with negative headlines.
The need for public service providers to deliver 'more for less' has never been greater.
Digital technologies offer unprecedented opportunities to radically re-shape and transform the way public services are delivered.
Beyond 2010 is a major two day international conference bringing together the digital and mobile technologies that are already transforming the delivery of public services across the world and the people who are making it happen to give you real life examples of best practice. It provides the chance to benchmark your progress and tap into a network of joined up digital thinking that will help you find effective solutions to the challenge of delivering more efficient and sustainable public services for less that will also be critical in driving economic growth.