Event - Digital 2020: The opportunities and bear traps

Posted in Digital Events on 29 August 2018 By Molly McKinnel, Marketing Assistant

We’ve come a long way since clunky, slow loading behemoths of the past. The corporate website is now the heart of an organisation’s communications ecosystem and comes with the expectations to match.

In this moderated panel discussion, our industry experts and in-house specialists will share their thoughts on where best practice is going, how to govern the site of the future, and how you’ll know you’ve got it right. 

Attendees will benefit from:

  • Analysis of corporate digital best practice from Bowen Craggs & Co and real-world examples to take away as inspiration
  • A roadmap of how to govern a growing digital estate 
  • A measurement framework to ensure your site is performing for your business 
  • Candid commentary from our clients Channel 4 and Telford Homes who have made this a reality 

Guest panel:

Andrew Rigby, Consultant at Bowen Craggs & Co
Andrew has almost 15 years of digital communications experience on both sides of the client/agency fence. Andrew has worked on all kinds of digital projects from corporate websites to social media and mobile strategy.

Jason Hesse, Corporate Communications Manager at Channel 4
Jason joined Channel 4 in 2017 and oversees their corporate communications, from the corporate website to corporate partnerships, annual report and more. He is a former business journalist.

Guy Lambert, Head of Corporate Communications at Telford Homes
Having joined Telford Homes in 2017, Guy’s role includes investor relations, communication strategy, branding, digital and social media, corporate reporting, stakeholder relations and team leadership.

Andy Rivett-Carnac, Partner at Headland Consultancy
Andy has nearly 20 years at the cutting edge of digital corporate communications, advising a string of FTSE 100, 250 and international clients on how to make the best use of digital channels as part of their PR and marketing strategies.


Event details:

Wednesday 3 October 2018
9:00-10:30 am (breakfast served from 8:30 am)

The Shooting Gallery
Haymarket Hotel
1 Suffolk Place


Email [email protected] to register or to find out more about the event. 


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