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Ace your communication

Date: 17/04/2024 9:00am - 5:00pm
Location: Lille, France
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Join us for a workshop full of interactive sessions that will inspire you to boost your communication. 

This workshop is for you if you are strongly involved in communicating your project. Join us in Lille to get fresh ideas and inputs on how to get your message through. You will also have plenty of opportunity to network and engage with your peers, the secretariat and our National Contact Points. 

Who is it for?

The event is designed for people who are deeply involved in communicating North Sea projects, such as communication managers and consultants. Projects in all calls are invited to join.

You can sign up a maximum of three people per project.

What's on the agenda?

The workshop covers a range of topics that are important in project communication, such as: 

  • Make it clear: Pitching your project 
  • Make it targeted: Tailoring your message to your target groups
  • Make it stronger: Presenting your story on social media through powerful visuals
  • Break the silo: Engaging all partners and collaborating externally
  • Move with the tide? Navigating trends in social media and AI

Each part of the event is designed to support you to communicate effectively. You will be presented to real best-practice examples and the sessions are highly interactive. 

Download the agenda

When and where?

Date: 17 April 9 am - 5 pm. 

Venue: Région Hauts-de-France, 151 Avenue du président Hoover, 59555 Lille, France.

Please note: This workshop follows our TakeUP workshop on 16 April and is held at the same venue. We recommend projects to join both workshops if they are not familiar with the concept of project capitalisation. However, you do not need to have participated in a TakeUP event to benefit from the communication workshop. 

Register for the workshop

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