GovDelivery Presents ‘Measure Your Impact’ at 5th Annual UK Government Communications Conference
GovDelivery, the leading provider of cloud-based public sector communications solutions, today announced the agenda for GovDelivery’s 5th Annual UK Communications Conference to be held 11 November at the Park Plaza Victoria London. The full-day event will include keynotes from leading communication experts and the unveiling of new industry research around the measurement and evaluation of government communication.
Registration is now open for the complimentary event, where hundreds of government employees and contractors will gather to exchange ideas, network, and learn how to utilise digital communications data and metrics to maximise outreach and improve results.
“Public sector organisations that really understand their data are translating it into metrics that help them achieve success,” said Dave Worsell, Director of GovDelivery Europe. “At this year’s conference, attendees will learn how to be one of those organisations, understanding how to use one of the most valuable resources they already have.”
Attendees will hear from research and communication experts, like Guy Dominy and Kevin Traverse-Healy from Seeing More Clearly Limited, who will be presenting research findings on the value of digital communications in helping government organisations benchmark success. LGCommunications Chairman Cormac Smith will provide his views on the latest trends and priorities in local government communications.
In addition, attendees will hear directly from central, local and European government organisations, like the European Parliament’s Director for Relations with Citizens Stephen Clark, who will provide an interesting review on the communications campaign to support the European Parliamentary elections. Other speakers include communicators from Dorsetforyou.com, Department of Energy and Climate Change, and Shropshire Council.
Hundreds of government employees and contractors have already registered for this year’s conference. Interested attendees can register at the event website: http://bit.ly/1ylUs2H