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Don’t mention the skateboarding dog…

Posted on April 11, 2013, in Case study, Digital, GCN, Guest Blog, Innovation and new thinking, News, with 0 comments

This is what colleagues at Google warned prior to giving a presentation to government communicators at a recent GCN event. But the  argument was completely the opposite – that this is precisely the kind of content YouTube viewers are looking  for -.

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Parliament for communicators

Posted on April 9, 2013, in Events, GCN, Guidance, News, Working in Government, with 0 comments

The recent GCN event  ‘A Practical Guide to Parliament for Government Communicators’ was a packed couple of hours at Portcullis House. Covering from “what is secondary legislation?” to “what is a Parliamentary Question?” there was a lot to get through. We don’t want to repeat our.

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Business in You – working with influencers

Posted on April 8, 2013, in Case study, Digital, GCN, Guest Blog, News, with 0 comments

Tim Lloyd, Head of Digital Communications for Department for Business, Innovation and Skills  on working with influencers on their ‘Business in You’ campaign. Our Business in You campaign has been running since January 2012. It’s made up of some industry partnerships, above-the-line.

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Not missing out at JWT

Posted on April 8, 2013, in GCN, Guest Blog, News, Professional Development

This week’s guest blog is from Jonathan Palmer, Planning & Visits Officer at the Cabinet Office on spending a day with advertising agency JWT. “FOMO or ‘Fear of Missing Out’ it’s the fear that wherever you are and whatever you’re.

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FSA on the recent horse meat incident

Posted on March 28, 2013, in Case study, Crisis Management, Guest Blog, News, Top tips/how to, with 0 comments

This week’s guest blog is from Jane Seymour, Head of Channels at the Food Standards Agency (FSA) on the recent horse meat incident When I heard on the midnight news on 15 January that the Food Safety Authority of Ireland.

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