Social Media Strategies Summit for Public Agencies & Government
Event submitted on Friday, February 12th 2021, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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Whilst not a “pure-play” Cybersecurity conference I’ve happily included this event because it addresses social media from a government-level. This is important because as we all know, social media has had and continues to have major privacy implications; and that is a subject matter that neatly fits into the entire Cybersecurity conversation.
Conference Event Summary
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The Social Media Strategies Summit for Public Agencies & Government features in-depth sessions from local, state, and federal government agencies leading the way in social media strategy and community engagement.
Over the course of 2 days, you’ll learn about best practices and frameworks that build the foundations of a sustainable, scalable social media policy that empowers your team to serve your constituents best.
2 Days, 15 Sessions, A fresh perspective on Social Media
- Share experiences and learn new social media strategies with your government and public agency colleagues from around the globe — virtually!
- Network with government employee peers from across the country. SMSsummit is your best resource for fresh social media ideas and community building strategies.
- Get all your social media questions answered through speaker Q&A, live chat, and discussions with other attendees.
- Be your team’s social media champion! We’ll help you build the foundations of a sustainable, scalable social media policy that empowers your team to serve your constituents best.
- Learn strategies and tips for tackling issues most important to government agencies including social media and crisis communications, improving agency reputation, and building relationships with your community.
- Assess and audit your current social media initiatives. Learn how to humanize your agency and build public trust in an era when trust in the government is tenuous.