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SFHA Communications Conference
Thu 30 March 2017, 10:00 – 16:30 BST
About the Conference
In today’s ever-changing world, how do you best communicate with communities, engage with staff and reach out to stakeholders? How do you shape your key messages and share them with the relevant audiences? What are the communications tools and channels we should embrace, now and in the future, to get the maximum impact and the best value for money?
The SFHA’s Communications Conference will get you up to speed on the latest topics relevant to communications professionals and allow you to join in debates through workshops and plenary sessions led by expert speakers.
Confirmed speakers include John Brown, Public Relations Consultant and Co-Author of PR and Communication in Local Government. Formerly Head of Public Relations and Marketing at Glasgow City Council and Stephen McCranor, Director and co-founder of Frame PR which specialises in high impact media relations and content marketing. His clients include Social Bite.
Is the conference for you?
The event will be of relevance to all communications professionals, including those with an indirect job role to communications as the conference aims to highlight best communications practise throughout the whole organisation. Those with an interest in communications, particularly those working in the social housing and third sectors will also find the conference useful.
Situated at the heart of the city, just a hop, skip and jump away from all major transport links this newly opened venues offers vibrant meeting spaces and panoramic views.
Costs and How to Book
The delegate fee starts at £219 for SFHA members which includes attendance, lunch and all refreshments
24 Housing is our media partner for the conference. As our media partner, it will promote the conference via print and digital outlets. 24 Housing will have representatives at the conference who may wish to interview speakers, delegates or exhibitors. They may also be photographing the conference, capturing key moments. If you do not wish to be photographed, please inform SFHA staff. Thank you for your co-operation.