Network lunchtime seminar - Influencing in a Nomophobic Era

  • Thursday 9 March, 12.45pm to 1.45pm
  • Free, a light lunch will be provided
  • St Andrew's Centre, (through alleyway at right of St Andrew's Church), 30 The Terrace, Wellington
In case you were wondering, "nomophobia" is the fear of being away from one's mobile device. The question is, however, what does this truly mean for us in communications?

We live in a technologically disrupted, constantly connected and smartphone-centric world. Understanding how this plays out in communicating with people is imperative, especially as we see continuous, unprecedented fragmentation in communication channels.

In this new landscape, how we communicate is as, if not, more important than where we communicate. Google believes the stories we tell through the most effective media channels will reach the right audiences irrespective of the channel or screen size.

Please join us for our first "Talks with Google" lunch and learn session, as we aim to unpack this trend, with a special focus on Government communications in a digital world.

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