#CommsChat

October 11, 2011 Transcript of #CommsChat with Andrew Hawkins, Alex Hilton, and Jonathan Sheppard

On last night’s #CommsChat we were joined by Jonathan Sheppard from Insight Public Affairs and founder of Tory Radio, and Alex Hilton, a Labour blogger who stood for Chelsea and Fulham in the 2010 General Election to discuss political reputations following the 2011 party conferences. The session was moderated by Andrew Hawkins, executive chairman of polling and research consultancy ComRes.

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October 10, 2011 #CommsChat with Andrew Hawkins, Jonathan Sheppard and Alex Hilton

At 8pm on Monday 10 October, #CommsChat will be taking on political reputations in the wake of the 2011 party conferences. As the conferences are replaced in the news cycle by new political stories, our guests will be looking at the reputational fallout for the Conservative and Labour parties, and what the conferences now mean in the UK political system.

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September 27, 2011 Transcript of #CommsChat with Richard Baker, Rupert Spiegelberg, and Craig Marvelley on mobile comms, 26 September

With the Digital Impact Awards less than a month away, last night’s #CommsChat hosted some of the companies and agencies that are shortlisted in the best use of digital and mobile devices. Thank you to Richard Baker from Sequence, Rupert Spiegelberg from Investis, and Craig Marvelley from Box UK for contributing to a great session. You can download a full transcript below.

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September 23, 2011 #CommsChat on mobile comms

Future of Mobile, Mobile Healthcare 2011, Senior Market Mobile, Mobile Broadband World… The list of conferences on mobile comms in September seemed endless. A lot of speakers, a lot of sponsors, a lot of words. But who’s actually doing it well? With the Digital Impact Awards less than a month away, the next #CommsChat will host some of the companies and agencies that are shortlisted in the best use of digital and mobile devices.

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September 21, 2011 Transcript of #CommsChat with Mark K Smith and Dale Parmenter, 19 September

For Monday’s #CommsChat, we were joined by Mark K Smith, CEO of Ipadio, and Dale Parmenter, managing director at DRP Group, for a session that looked at how technology is aiding the development of internal communications. It was a lively session with a lot of interesting viewpoints put forward, and we’ve pulled out some of the most interesting tweets below, as well as uploading the full transcript.

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September 19, 2011 #CommsChat on technology and internal communication

On 19 September, #CommsChat will focus on how technology can make the task of internal communications easier. We’ll be joined by Mark K Smith from Ipadio, and Dale Parmenter, managing director at DRP Group. #CommsChat starts at 8pm.

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September 13, 2011 Transcript of #CommsChat with Richard Huntington, 12 September

On 12 September, we welcomed Richard Huntington, director of strategy at Saatchi & Saatchi, as our guest host. The topic up for discussion was ‘Brand Cameron’. You can download a full transcript at the bottom of the post, but below are just a few of the tweets that caught our eye.

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September 12, 2011 Wednesday’s #CommsChat with Jonathan Bean: Tools and techniques for reaching influencers online

For our first mid-week #CommsChat, we’re delighted to welcome back Jonathan Bean, chief operating officer at Mynewsdesk, for a session focusing on what tools and techniques communicators can use to reach influencers online. #CommsChat with Jonathan Bean will take place on Wednesday 14 September at 2pm BST.

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September 8, 2011 #CommsChat with Richard Huntington on ‘Brand Cameron’

This Monday’s #CommsChat will be hosted by Richard Huntington, director of strategy at Saatchi & Saatchi. The starting point for the discussion is ‘Brand Cameron’, a brand-new piece of IP.

As conference season gets into gear, we’ll be looking at what’s missing from Cameron’s personal and political brand – where has it gone wrong? And can it be put right?

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