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From crisis communications to policy changes, the primary channel of governmental communication is increasingly social-first. It’s where citizens are and crucially where they are most engaged.

In this live webinar, Hootsuite’s Ben Cathers and Insight Partners’ Nick Sinai will discuss how the state of social media in government is changing in 2018 and offer five recommendations to focus on.

You’ll discover areas of opportunity for your government organization and practical ways to make these trends come to life.

What you'll learn:

  • The top 5 social trends for government industries—and what they mean for your organization
  • How citizen engagement and behavior will change this year
  • How government organizations are using social networks in 2018


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    Ben Cathers

    Government Principal Value Consultant, Hootsuite

    Ben advises on and manages some of Hootsuite’s largest government organization rollouts, including country wide social media deployments. Ben is a frequent speaker on social media and government, having presented at the GSMCon, LinkedIn, as well as multiple BDI Events and Meetups

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    Nick Sinai

    Venture Partner, Insight Venture Partners

    Nick is an expert advisor on policy, regulatory, and government markets. He joined Insight in 2014 from the White House, where he was U.S. Deputy Chief Technology Officer. At the White House, Nick led the President’s Open Data Initiatives to harness the power of data to fuel innovation and economic growth. He also led the Open Government Initiative to ensure the Federal Government is more transparent, participatory, and collaborative.