UK Public Sector Digital Engagement Day: Glasgow


With many public sector organisations citing the need to “do more with less” or even “more with nothing” as their biggest challenge, teams continue to be under pressure to streamline their services and processes, and save money. But how far can that take them? What about bringing new money into the public sector?

On 6 December, public servants gathered in Glasgow to discuss a range of challenges and opportunities facing public sector communicators, including:

  • Channel shift and cost-saving strategies
  • Income generation and commercialisation
  • Crisis and emergency communications
  • Streamlining internal processes
  • Improving the citizen experience
  • Organisation reputation

Download the session presentations for case studies and insights from:

  • Stephen Penman, Head of Communications and Digital Learning, North Lanarkshire Council
  • Gary Hurr, Strategic Manager for Online and Customer Care Development, Glasgow City Council
  • Huw Ap Dewi, Digital Projects Officer, Wrexham County Borough Council
  • Darren Caveney, Co-creator, comms2point0
  • Andy Allsopp, Head of Marketing and Communications, Essex County Council
  • Claire Aitken, Communications Manager, Dumfries and Galloway Council
  • Carolyne Mitchell, Digital Team Leader (Communications and Strategy), South Lanarkshire Council

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