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Register Today & Save £100! Don't Miss 33 Leading Speakers Including Barclays, Channel 4 & Kellogg's Reveal Advanced Strategies To Revitalise Your Comms For Real, Measurable Results

Innovative, Fresh, High-Impact Corporate Communications Strategies Which Deliver Results: Social Media ✓ Crisis & Reputation ✓ Impact & Results ✓ Engaging Content ✓ Future Innovations ✓ Communication In Uncertain Times ✓ Employee Engagement & Internal Cultures ✓ Platform Mix

A One-Day, Brand-Led, Conference & Networking Event, 6th February 2020, Hallam Conference Centre, London

Speaker Tiles October (003)

33 Speakers Share Fresh, Best-Practice Insights That Drive Powerful & Engaging Corporate Communications Across All Platforms To Showcase Brand Values, Bolster Organisational Reputation, Overcome Crises & Negativity, Engage Employees & Prove ROI


  1. Innovative, Insight-Led, Influential Social Media: Effectively engage audiences and get your message across with tailored, targeted and impactful social media activities
  2. Proactively Prepare For Crisis & Safeguard Corporate Reputation: Real examples of common hurdles, mistakes and successes in mitigating risk in times of crisis and negativity
  3. Prove The Value & ROI Of Corporate Comms Strategies: Quantify results, determine ROI, deliver results and win buy-in
  4. Horizon Scan For Future Trends & Innovations: Give your communications strategic direction by identifying future tools, channels and audience insights
  5. Cut Through The Noise With Stand-Out Content: Creative approaches to communicate messages in the most interesting, authentic and digestible way
  6. Communicate Confidently Through Uncertainty: Reassure multiple stakeholders and manage media relationships during difficult and unpredictable times
  7. Optimise Internal Cultures & Engage All Employees: Reach employees from every part of the organisation with joined-up comms which build engagement and employee advocacy
  8. Platform Strategies To Revitalise Your Comms Mix: Leverage the right channel mix to achieve outstanding outcomes and align brand values
  9. Budget-Friendly Comms: Deliver low-investment, high-impact comms

33 Communications Directors Tackle Your Toughest Challenges In 1 Day: Social Media Success • Crisis & Reputation At Risk • Prove Impact • Engaging Content • Future Innovations • Communications In Uncertain Times Employee Engagement & Internal Culture • Platform Integration • Low-Budget Case Study • Cross-Sector Best-Practice Tips

PLUS! This Corporate Communications Conference Also Features:


  • 33 Market-Leading, Cross-Sector Brands Speaking In 1 Inspiring Day
  • 100% Delegate Satisfaction Rating in 2019!
  • New, Interactive Agenda, Hot Industry Topics
  • 5 Breakout Discussions: A) Stakeholders B) Reputation Risk C) Language D) Video E) Journalists
  • Facilitated Knowledge-Exchange & Networking
  • Peer Discussions & Q&A Sessions
  • Live Voting

Please See Below For The Corporate Communications Conference Programme Outline


Innovative, Fresh, High-Impact Corporate Communications Strategies Which Deliver Results: Social Media Crisis & Reputation ✓ Impact & Results ✓ Engaging Content ✓ Future Innovations ✓ Communication In Uncertain Times ✓ Employee Engagement & Internal Cultures ✓ Platform Mix 

08.30 Registration, Morning Coffee & Objective Setting

09.00 GIC Welcome, Interactive Voting Introduction & Co-Chairs’ Opening Remarks

Sian Jones, Head of Internal Communications, Bank of England

Joe Smithies, Head of Media & Corporate Relations, Ofcom

SOCIAL MEDIA Q&A PANEL

09.20 Innovative Social Media Approaches That Concisely Deliver Messages & Generate Positive Outcomes

Neil Maidment, Director of Editorial, Global Corporate Communications, InterContinental Hotels Group

Mark Moulding, Head of PR & Media, The Assessment and Qualifications Alliance

Julian Simpson, Head of Internal Communications, Avios

Ketna Mistry, Head of Social Media, Savills

Sarah Cook, Group Head of Social, Media & Content Strategy, Legal & General

Callum Watt, Brand Director, Firebox.com

SOCIAL MEDIA SUCCESS

09.40 Insight-Led Social Media Strategies To Optimise Social Platforms & Boost The Reach & Performance Of Corporate Messages Online

Speaker To Be Announced; Please Check Website For Updates


10.15 Bonus Session; Reserved For Exclusive Conference Partner. For more information on how to get involved, please call +44 (0)20 3479 2299 or email partner@corporatecommsconference.com

10.40 Morning Refreshment Break With Informal Networking

CRISIS & REPUTATION Q&A PANEL

11.10 Be The Calm In The Eye Of The Storm: Explore Practical Strategies To Proactively Prepare For Crises & Protect Brand Reputation

Fergus Campbell, Head of PR Communications & Public Affairs, Gumtree

Klare Kennett, Assistant Director External Affairs Marketing & Communications, RSPCA

Lisa Imlach, Head of Global Corporate Communication & PR, Skyscanner

Myriam Walburger, Public Relations & Marketing Director, Govia Thameslink Railway Limited

Paul Wheeler, Director of Corporate Communications, Kellogg Company

MEASUREMENT

11.45 Harness Metrics As Part Of Business Strategy To Clearly Identify What Works & What Doesn’t To Prove Value & ROI

Rachel Tolhurst, Head of Corporate Communications, Amey

ENGAGING CONTENT

12.05 Cut Through The Noise & Put Great Content At The Heart Of Your Communications To Disseminate Clear Messages Which Resonate

Federica Tribuiani, Director, Innovation Communications & Campaigns, Barclays

Angela Maher, Head of Strategic Communications, Ofwat

Enrico Bocedi, Corporate Communications Director, Campari Group

Joe Smithies, Head of Media & Corporate Relations, Ofcom

Mary Walsh, Director of Corporate Communications, Eurostar

Lauren Carter, Head of Internal Communications, UK & Europe, Atkins, member of the SNC-Lavalin Group

Chris Wiggan, Head of Corporate Communications, UK & Ireland, Arcadis

Vanessa Unwin, Global Head of Internal Communications, Hitachi

INFORMAL PEER-TO-PEER DISCUSSIONS

13.10 Informal Peer Discussions

A. Stakeholders

Andrea Gold, Interim Head of Digital & Social Media, Rolls-Royce

B. Reputation Risk

Carly O’Donnell, Head of Corporate Communications, The Royal Mint

C. Language

Mark Moulding, Head of PR & Media, The Assessment and Qualifications Alliance

D. Video

E. Journalists


13.40 Afternoon Chair’s Remarks

Andrew Mitchell, Head of Strategic Communications & Policy, Heathrow

FUTURE INNOVATIONS

13.50 Horizon Scanning For Incoming Trends & Innovations That Are Set To Shape The Future Of Corporate Communications

Charlotte West, Executive Director Global Corporate Communications, Lenovo

COMMUNICATIONS IN UNCERTAIN TIMES Q&A PANEL

14.10 Communicating In A Void: Maintain Confident Communications When No One Knows The Answer To Reassure Stakeholders & Retain Engagement

Misun Jo, Head of External Communications, Ericsson

Sophie Timms, Head of UK Corporate Affairs, Zurich

Natasha Collins-Daniel, Head of PR, Soil Association

Jason Hesse, Senior Manager – Corporate Communications, Channel 4

Lieutenant Colonel Richard Wade, Head of Plans for Army Media & Communications, British Army

Tim Rutter, Head of Internal Communications, Tata Steel UK

15.20 Bonus Session; Reserved For Exclusive Conference Partner. For more information on how to get involved, please call +44 (0)20 3479 2299 or email partner@corporatecommsconference.com

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT & INTERNAL CULTURE

15.00 Engage Employees Across The Corporate Structure With Multifaceted Messages That Build An Open & Cohesive Culture

Guy Esnouf, Director of Communications, npower


15.20 Afternoon Refreshment Break With Informal Networking

PLATFORM INTEGRATION STRATEGIES

15.50 Explore How The Latest Channels & Their Communicative Functions Can Revitalise Your Corporate Communications

Emma Duke, Head of Communications – Oxford Education, Oxford University Press

LOW BUDGET

16.10 Think Outside The Box & Stay Inside Your Budget With Creative, Cost-Effective Communications Solutions

Tim Rutter, Head of Internal Communications UK, Tata Steel UK

16.30 Official Close Of Conference