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With the world returning to a state that somewhat resembles normalcy, how will universities' marketing and communication teams switch gear to meet the demands of a new landscape? How have student expectations changed, and how can we utilise digital tools and platforms such as TikTok to improve communication with students? And with the UK having officially left the EU and the world still experiencing travel restrictions, what will the future of student recruitment look like?
This hybrid event will bring together communications, marketing, external relations, public affairs and digital professionals to explore how the sector can navigate the new landscape it finds itself in. Delegates will be able to choose whether they attend the event in-person or online.
Why should you attend?
A highlight of the year, this conference is dedicated for marketing and communications professionals to hear from sector experts on what to expect for the coming year, as well as to share best practice and network with peers.
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Who should attend?
This conference will be useful for staff who have responsibility for or play a part in the communications and marketing strategy of their organisation. All with an interest in this topic may attend, but relevant job titles include:
- Director/Head of Communications
- Director/Head of External Relations
- Director/Head of Public Affairs/Strategic Partnerships
- Director/Head of Marketing and Student Recruitment
- Communications/Marketing Manager/Officer
- Head of Campaigns
- Head of Digital
- Head of Media/Media Manager
- Social Media Manager/Officer