3 May 2016

Introducing our new event programme

We love nothing more than getting people together to share knowledge and know-how. That’s why we’ve launched our own series of events, Drink Up and Heads Up.

Our vision is to encourage people to share stories, learn from one another and bring together the Bristol community that we’re so proud to be a part of.

 

Whether you work in marketing, HR, internal communications, design, public relations, corporate comms…or anything in-between, these events are for you!

 

If you’re interested in attending or would like to get involved as a speaker, please contact Brooke Nolan on brooke@mccannsynergy.com.uk or call 0117 962 1534.

 

Drink Up

Forget the formalities, Drink Up is where we bring together our clients, team and friends for a nice cold drink and a good ole’ chin wag. After all, who needs the boardroom when you’ve got the bar?

 

Next event:

Thursday 2nd June
6pm – 9pm

Central Bristol location

 

Heads Up

In our regular morning seminar, we explore the worlds of employee engagement and customer experience. You’ll hear first hand the techniques and tools some of the UK’s biggest and best brands use to make their internal and external communications rock!

 

Next event:

 

…to be announced soon!

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