#HeritageDigitalNow Virtual Conference: Putting the Digital into your Strategy

01 Oct

Thursday 1 October 2020 09:30 - 13:00

Join Heritage Digital’s virtual conference day taking place on Thursday 1st October.

Supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Media Trust joins project partners The Heritage Alliance, Charity Digital, and Naomi Korn Associates to host practical webinars and inspiring discussion on how you can start planning your organisation’s digital future now.

The full agenda will be coming soon; in the meantime these are the key topics you can expect to hear about:

  • Putting the digital into your strategy – the what, why and how
  • Creating content strategies to help you cut through the noise
  • Rights issues to consider when creating a digital strategy
  • Using audience insights to inform your decision-making
  • Examples from the heritage sector of innovative digital use on a low, or no, budget

We’ve listened to feedback on what content you want to see, and how long you want a virtual event to be, which is why our virtual ‘day’ ends at 1:30pm in order to give your eyes a rest and everyone a chance to get some lunch (unlike a face-to-face conference, you will have to make your own sandwiches!)

Optional bookable roundtables with subject experts to discuss topics from the day and network with others from the heritage sector will be available from 1:30pm – booking for these will open nearer the event.

Who should attend?

This event is open to the whole of the UK heritage sector, including charities, private, independent and voluntary-run organisations, but it will be particularly relevant for small to medium-sized organisations. Additionally, the event is primarily targeted at those just starting out in their digital strategy journey.

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