Granicus connects a powerful network of 11.5 million citizens for more than 150 organisations across government and the wider public sector in the UK. Globally, we help 4,000 organisations engage 160 million people. Our goal is to help the public sector improve its communication, manage meetings and agendas more easily, and increase the use of digital services to boost citizen engagement.

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  • Event, Webinar
    Tuesday, July 10, 2018

    Webinar – A Nudge in the Right Direction – Behaviour Change Case Studies

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  • Success Story

    Birmingham City Council

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    Bradford Council

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  • Webinar

    [Webinar] Develop an Effective Communications Strategy

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  • Event
    Thursday, September 20, 2018

    Granicus Digital Engagement Summit 2018

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  • Event
    Tuesday, June 19, 2018

    Leeds Public Sector Digital Engagement Day

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Best practices and examples from digital government. Learn more on our blog.

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Email marketing vs social media

Over the last few years there's been a mad scramble to get people liking, following and engaging with their local council on social media. It's not difficult to argue that social media has proved to be a great tool for localgov comms especially - with councils up and down the country having thousands of followers… Get more from Reach the Public »

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The power of employee storytellers in a world of social media

Will is Chief Story Officer at Stronger Stories Studios and Co-Founder of the Stronger Stories movement.   After 15 years in creative agency roles working with clients such as Coca-Cola, Unilever, and EDF Energy, Will co-founded Stronger Stories, a not-for-profit movement of professional storytellers excited about the abundance of good ideas that can have a positive impact… Get more from Reach the Public »