The event takes place on 26 June at Etc Venues in Victoria, London – click here for information and to book tickets.
The line-up includes:
- A panel discussion on the role of crisis communications and whether priorities have changed in 2019. It will feature Claire Divver, group communications director, BAE Systems; Philip Allport, director of communications and public affairs UK and Ireland, Norwegian Airlines; and Klare Kennett, assistant director, external affairs marketing and communications, RSPCA
- Natalie Deacon, executive director of corporate affairs, CSR and sustainability, Avon, on "Social media: Dispatches from the digital front line"
- Zayna Aston, EMEA communications and public affairs, Google and YouTube, discussing "The Momo Challenge on YouTube: The anatomy of a fake news crisis"
- Zoe Clapp, chief marketing and communications officer at UKTV, on "UKTV through the blackout: The art of authentic communications"
- Heather Griffiths, head of communications, Gatwick Airport, discussing "Airport shutdown: Planning for the unplannable"
- Pierre Goad, group head of communications, HSBC, will talk about the priorities for your crisis response team during the first 24 hours
- Nicola Green, director of communications and reputation, O2, will discuss key lessons from O2's day-long outage
- Kirsten Walkom, global communications director, Save The Children, on "Rebuilding trust in challenging times"
There will also be an optional crisis simulation and a workshop on the role of media monitoring in communications, along with networking opportunities.