Last chance to book: Learn, share and network at SFHA Communications Conference
Thursday 29 March, The Studio, Glasgow.
Come along and learn, share and network at the SFHA Communications Conference on 29 March.
This year’s conference has a new format. It will consist solely of interactive plenary sessions, allowing you to hear every speaker.
Confirmed speakers include:
Catherine MacLeod, Catherine MacLeod Communications, discussing the dos and don’ts of crisis communications
Lorna Miller, Caledonia Housing Association, will look at how the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), which come into force on 25 May, will affect your communications
Rosie McIntosh, Third Sector Lab, will explain how you can maximise and measure your impact on social media
Slido: Join in the conversation at this year’s conference using your Smartphone.
This year, the conference also has a new feature. We will be using Slido, an online interactive platform that you can access from your computer, phone and tablet. You can ask questions before or during the conference (we will still have a microphone for delegates to ask questions in person) as well as answer polls.
So why not take this opportunity to ask Catherine what is the most important point to remember when dealing with a crisis, ask Lorna what you should be doing to ensure your communications are GDPR compliant or ask Rosie what her top social media tips are?
To get the debate started, in regards to GDPR, what aspect of communications work are you most concerned about?
Press release distribution lists
Newsletter mailing lists
All of the above
Open your browser
Go to http://www.slido.com/
Event code: sfhacomms
To ask a question, select the session and speaker and type your question. Questions must be no longer than 160 characters (including spaces).
The conference is for communications professionals, or those with an interest in communications. It is particularly relevant to those working in the social housing and third sectors.
There is still time to book your so why not join us on 29 March at The Studio. Book your place now at www.sfha.co.uk/comms