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Hear the Met Office content story

Published on Friday, 6th October 2017, contributed by Prophecy Unlimited

Prophecy Unlimited are delighted to be hosting the latest Bristol Content Group event on Thursday 19th October.

Simon Swan, digital strategy and transformation lead at the Met Office, will be sharing his experiences of using content as a catalyst for digital transformation.

By enabling content creation from experts within the business, Simon has taken the Met Office on a transformational journey – one from which many can learn.

– James Ainsworth, Head of Content, Prophecy Unlimited

In an increasingly fragmented online landscape, Simon will discuss how he has steered the Met Office from within to make the best of the digital opportunity.

Simon’s focus on content has been the catalyst for change, helping the Met Office embrace a digital-first approach. Digital now spans the entire organisation, impacting everything from research to content strategy and internal culture.

For anyone looking to lead the content charge within their organisation, delivering benefits aligned to business objectives that make a difference, join us to understand the journey you need to take and where should you start. How do you forge a culture of digital, of content creation and sharing, and get the wider team onboard, engaged and excited about the new drive?

The session will combine the useful and the interesting, with Simon’s presentation, a panel Q&A and networking. Drinks and nibbles are included in the low-cost tickets, which can be obtained via Eventbrite.

Tickets: 

£5.77 from Eventbrite

Time:

6-8pm

Place:

Prophecy Unlimited, One Glass Wharf, Bristol BS2 0EL

Bristol Content Group

Founded by Valuable Content’s Sharon and Sonja, Bristol Content Group is a force for content good in the Bristol area and beyond, galvanising interest and action around the opportunity of content across business sectors and departments.