COMMSCAMPSTAYSHOME

Our online event will be 20.8.20 and 25.8.20

HOW EXCITING! All the tickets have now been allocated for Day 1 and Day 2 of commscampstayshome. with a wait list operating.

More than 170 tickets have been issued for both days of the online unconference for public sector people. That makes more than 300 tickets.

Oh boy.

We’ve been bowled over by the enthusiasm of attendees and sponsors for the return of the event and its first experience online.

Day 2 attendee?

The social will take place at 7pm online on 24.8.20 and will feature drinks, a curry (yes, you’ll need to order your own) and then a quiz from Kate Vogelsang.

For the main event 20.8.20 Day 1, we need you to be online at 9.15am when we’ll talk through the shape of the day, how it’ll work and ask for pitches for ideas for sessions and then create the session grid for the day. Come armed with session ideas.

How to join

FOR DAY 1 ATTENDEES, THE LINK YOU NEED FOR THE CURRY THE NIGHT BEFORE AND THE MAIN EVENT IS UNIQUE TO YOU AND WILL COME INB AN EMAIL FROM THE QIQOCHAT TEAM THE MORNING BEFORE THE EVENT. IT WON’T COME FROM EVENTBRITE OR US. (QiQochat is the platform we’ll be using.)

Struggling to get online as a ticket holder?

IF YOU DON’T GET AN EMAIL OR IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS LOGGING ON DROP A LINE TO SWEYN.HUNTER@HOTMAIL.COM.

See? That’s so important we’ve written it bold and in blockcaps. For more information, please re-read.

An explainer video

This is how you log on and navigate your way around the online space.

Yes, we still encourage you to bake and raise money for our nominated charity

Kate Bentham has put together a commscamp cookbook with recipes from former award winners. We’d love it if you’d bake and there’s a chance to win a prize. We’d also love it if you’d contribute to our nominated charity The Christie.

Want to keep up to speed for future events?

You can keep up to speed with announcements through our email list that you can sign-up to here.

We can’t wait.

We hope you can’t, too.

Organising team: Bridget Aherne, Kate Bentham, David Grindlay, Sweyn Hunter, Arlene McKay, Emma Rodgers, Dan Slee and Kate Vogelsang.

Big thanks to our super main sponsors Touch Design, Granicus, and Brand Stencil.

Thanks to our co-sponsors texthelp, Dan Slee, Birdsong Consultancy and Council Advertising Network.

Thanks to our supporters: CIPR Local Public Services, Public Sector Digital Transformation Forum and David Banks Media Law.

Unconferences for public sector comms people