This Wednesday sees the first of hopefully many ReadWriteGov events taking place at Peterborough City Council.
It’s going to be a great day, with some excellent speakers, all of whom are working within the public sector trying to get things done. They are:
- Dominic Campbell who will be speaking about the work Barnet Council are doing to better connect with their citizens
- Steph Gray from DIUS who will be talking about making social media projects happen in government
- Hadley Beeman from the London Deanery who will be discussing her project to get social networking and collaboration happening in the health sector
If you would like to come, there are still one or two places available – find out more here. Tickets are jolly cheap for this sort of thing, at just £25 for public sector folk.
Even if you can’t make it though, you can still receive some ReadWriteGov love. For instance, you can visit the blog, where after the event we will be posting content from the day, including presentations from speakers, audio, photos and maybe some video too.
We also now have a Twitter account, through which you can hear about what is happening and pass comments or ask questions during the day. Unlike a lot of events that offer this kind of thing, I really will be tracking what people are saying and making sure the less offensive questions get asked!
Just follow @readwritegov to join in!
2 thoughts on “ReadWriteGov is this Wednesday!”
On the tickets page, I see public sector and I see private sector. I guess the common sector/civil society/third sector/whatever we’re called this month can go whistle…
Gosh, I’m grumpy this morning. Must be because an upgrade went messy.
You are being grumpy! There are a couple of folk from third sector type orgs coming, who have paid the public sector price.