No – best book your ticket to Interaction Intranet conference then!
If you’re looking for some new ideas to reinvigorate your intranet or you’re just starting your intranet journey and you need some guidance then Interaction, the UK’s biggest intranet conference, is the event for you.
This one day conference on the 16th October in London, combines great keynote speakers, workshops and live intranet tours to ensure you leave equipped with the tools to make your intranet inspire, involve, inform and aid interaction amongst employees.
You can’t afford to miss Interaction if you want…
1. Expert advice
Interaction 2014 is the only intranet conference in the UK that brings together leading independent intranet specialists from across the world to deliver best practice, advice and analysis on industry hot topics. This year’s speakers are set to blow you away! We have Professor Eddie Obeng ‘the Rockstar of Business Education’, who runs the world’s best collaborative learning environment for executives, discussing ‘making it happen – adapting to our fast changing world’ and Angela Rossiter, Global Intranet Manager for Linklaters LLP will be talking about ‘the making of a global intranet and beyond’ along with lots of other great speakers. There are different streams to choose from so you can shape your learning to meet the needs of your company, see the agenda for more information.
2. See amazing intranets in action
Intranets, unlike websites, are normally only visible to the employees of a business, so it is quite hard to come up with new ideas for improvement as you don’t get to see many in action. At Interaction 2014 you will see live intranet tours from over 15 organisations such as Barnardo’s, Mediterranean Shipping Company and Staffordshire Housing Association, which will give you food for thought on how to improve your intranet.
Interaction is an essential conference to attend to see what other companies are doing with their intranets. It allows me to lift 100’s of ideas and get inspiration to apply to our own intranet and see what we can do differently to help improve collaboration and engagement with our employees.”
Suzie Robinson, Store Communications Manager, Waterstones
3. Network with people like you & share ideas
Managing a community can be a lonely job so meeting others in the same position is a great way to solve your intranet problems – in fact those who attended Interaction 2013 told us that they found it easier to solve their intranet problems by talking to their peers. Interaction is an unrivalled networking opportunity with over 200 intranet managers expected to attend this year along with industry experts – you won’t be short on advice to help you overcome your current problems and plan for the future.
See what last year’s attendees said:
4. Stay up-to-date with the latest industry developments
Our world moves so fast, not a day goes by without a new tool, application or widget being requested, designed or launched to make life easier. Keeping in the loop on the latest industry updates ensures that you are able to continue to develop your intranet to meet the ever changing needs of your business.
5. Live panel debate with intranet experts
Join a number of award winning intranet managers as they give their insights into what it takes to successfully manage an intranet that engages employees and meets the ever changing requirements of the businesses they work for. The panel will be taking questions, so this is your opportunity to find out more about key areas such as mobile development, supporting business processes and aiding collaboration.