DFID's Head of Corporate Communications, Lucy Milmo, and Head of Campaigns, Mel Rouse, will explain how DFID is using a partnership based approach to reach new audiences with DFID messaging – all at no cost to communications.
Hear how HM Revenue & Customs successfully delivered a revamped campaign to support 11 million people to do their tax returns on time. This session will cover learning from the previous campaign, the gathering of insight and development of a new and innovative advertising campaign, the findings from the first year and how these were used to shape this year's campaign.
Come to the Ministry of Defence to find out how GCS communicators and military personnel work together to communicate the vital work of our Armed Forces.
NHS Digital ran the #JusteReferrals campaign, to raise awareness of a national NHS target which required all GP practices and acute hospital trusts to use the NHS e-Referral Service for all consultant-led first outpatient appointments.
Following a Q&A panel with Heads of Internal Communications across government at IC Space Live events, we are sharing some of the most popular questions with the GCS community.
Monday 14 January 2019
Alex Aiken, Executive Director of Government Communications, sets out the challenges and opportunities for the Government Communication Service in 2019.
Friday 21 December 2018
On 30th January, DIT is running a two-hour workshop on how HMG will promote the UK at the second largest event on Earth – Expo 2020 Dubai. Learn how DIT is convening the whole of Whitehall to maximise this major international moment for the UK, with 190 participating nations and 25 million expected visits.
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.