Find out how, by investing in audience analysis and insight, DWP's Workplace Pension campaign continues to evolve intelligently to change behaviours, to encourage people across the UK to keep paying into their workplace pension.
Thinking outside the box and doing things differently can have a massive impact. To explain how, Grant Springford from DfT's internal communications team will talk about the importance of building relationships, sharing stories and, of course, taking risks to try new and creative approaches.
Hear how the Ministerial and Public Communications Division at the Department for Education developed a robot to read, understand and process emails! The session will cover what Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is, how the robot was developed and how it’s helping to modernise how the department is able to engage with the public, professionals and parliament.
Historic England won January’s Campaign of the Month with London History Day, a campaign that promotes London’s rich heritage and encourages Londoners to get to know it better.
The first national government campaign encouraging women to attend their cervical screening launches today (5 March). The campaign raises awareness of the risks of cervical cancer, and highlights the preventative benefits of screening, reminding women that cervical screening can stop cancer before it starts.
Fareham, London, Newport
Friday 15 March 2019
The ‘You Work, Your Pension Works’ campaign from DWP supports the automatic enrolment policy, implemented in 2012 to reverse the decline in the number of people saving into a workplace pension.
Thursday 14 March 2019
I’ve never really known what I wanted to be growing up. I certainly never thought I’d see myself in the Civil Service. But since starting the GCS apprenticeship in October 2017, I have been working at the heart of government in the Department for International Trade (DIT).
The Royal Navy needed to recruit high quality entrants to meet their targets. This campaign aimed to reach out to those who have historically been underrepresented in the Service. It took a long-term approach, recognising that it can take years for initial interest to develop into an application.
The aim of GREAT is to increase the levels of trade, investment, tourism, and high quality students coming to the UK, leading to a measurable economic impact of £1 billion over three to five years and the creation of over 10,000 jobs for the UK economy.