Author and practitioner, Joanne Sweeney compiles first ever analysis of Ireland’s public sector social media footprint a 54-page report analysis of 330 public sector organisations across six social networks
On Thursday, June 14th, 2018, I stepped onto the stage at the Round Room in The Mansion House in Dublin. I was keynoting at Ireland’s first Public Sector Digital Marketing Summit which I decided to organise because I identified the gap in the event market here at home but also abroad. Trust me, this was a mammoth task and required courage, commitment, and serious marketing! I was fortunate to have a skilled teamwork with me on this event and the behind-the-scenes support of my Mastermind group. As we plan the next two legs of the Summit Tour (Brussels, February 2019
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150 of Ireland’s leading public sector communications managers descended on Dublin’s Mansion House to better understand digital transformation for Ireland’s first Public Sector Digital Marketing Summit on Thursday 14th June. The sold out summit forensically addressed how Ireland’s public sector is undergoing a digital transformation with in-house marketing and communication staff embracing social media and digital communications and highlighted how public sector organisations can, and should be defending the truth in the era of fake news. Sensational Speakers Speakers representing Ireland’s leading public sector agencies including Kirsten Connolly, assistant national director of communications of the HSE, Andrew McLindon, director of communications