Webinar: Direct mail in the pandemic and in the future

£100.00

Tuesday 27 July 2021, 2pm-3.30pm
FREE to all LGcomms members (please login)

The pandemic changed the way local authorities needed to engage with their citizens, making direct mail an important tool in order to speak to every household with credibility and authority.

Join us on 27 July to hear from:

  • Sophie Grender from Royal Mail, who will share insight using the Joint Industry Committee for Mail consumer data which shows how mail was engaged with at even higher rates in lock down, as people were more likely to be at home and therefore engaged more with their mail.
  • Ali Sheard, Head of Brand and Design at Surrey County Council and Andy Allsopp, Head of Profession Communications and Marketing at Essex County Council, who will share their experiences of using mail or door drop during the pandemic.

This is a virtual Zoom webinar. Booked on delegates will receive joining instructions closer to the event.

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Tuesday 27 July 2021, 2pm-3.30pm
FREE to all LGcomms members (please login)

The pandemic changed the way local authorities needed to engage with their citizens, making direct mail an important tool in order to speak to every household with credibility and authority.

Join us on 27 July to hear from:

  • Sophie Grender from Royal Mail, who will share insight using the Joint Industry Committee for Mail consumer data which shows how mail was engaged with at even higher rates in lock down, as people were more likely to be at home and therefore engaged more with their mail.
  • Ali Sheard, Head of Brand and Design at Surrey County Council and Andy Allsopp, Head of Profession Communications and Marketing at Essex County Council, who will share their experiences of using mail or door drop during the pandemic.

This is a virtual Zoom webinar. Booked on delegates will receive joining instructions closer to the event.

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Webinar: Direct mail in the pandemic and in the future
£100.00