Making time for, and at, Intranet Now

Making time for, and at, Intranet Now

At this year’s Intranet Now conference, we’re giving you time. We’ve got time to listen and talk, of course, with our lightning talks, panels, workshops and table talks.

We’ve got time to reflect, with longer sessions in the afternoon and time to pause, with Donna Noble helping give us all back more time in our day.

And of course, time to celebrate the contributions to our community with our Diamond Award (for remarkable contribution to the intranet community), before having a drink or two courtesy of DWG.

Time to listen

We’ve got:

  • In-house-practitioners sharing their experiences from Arup, AzkoNobel, BSI, Electrolux, Fairtrade Foundation, Hyde Housing, Savills, Scottish Water and WSH Group
  • James Robertson of Step Two talking about the superpowers of digital employee experience and Simon Thompson sharing his lessons from learning
  • Lightning talks and a couple of keynotes from vendors who have *promised* not to give pitches, but will share their experiences working with clients and offering tips you can take back to your digital workplace, whatever your intranet solution.

Time to talk

Throughout the afternoon you can talk to others through our table talks and workshops – designed to give you time to learn from each other. We’ve got breaks throughout the day, a nice lunch, and networking opportunities to talk to other people with the same challenges as you.
Get to speak to the people behind products like Invotra and Oak – and find out why they’re serious about being contenders to O365.

Time to reflect

We’ve got literal time in the agenda this year to pause for thought. We’re delighted to welcome Donna Noble on stage (while she’s certainly given me back time to my day, she’s not the one from Dr Who, sorry Whovians). We’ll also be wrapping up the morning and afternoon sessions with a panel.

Time to celebrate

We’ll be celebrating the winner of this year’s Diamond Award, before having a drink or two courtesy of DWG.

Time to escape

We nearly had a list of reasons not to attend (from Wedge) which started with:

  • London’s quite crowded enough
  • Sugary snack overload
  • You might learn something to your disadvantage – like how you’ll want to re-organise your content (more work!)
  • People might talk to you

We’ve got some nice quiet areas where you can escape for a bit if you need to. And everyone’s friendly and the afternoon agenda has some longer blocks of time to mull over what we’ve learned. And our venue is crossed by the London Wall, which is beautifully lit.

Pound for pound it is the best value, independent intranet conference in the UK. We’ve checked, and we strongly believe it to be the case and would be happy to talk if you disagree. We keep prices low thanks to our sponsors.

Isn’t it time you got your tickets, and / or told everyone how excited you are about coming?

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About Lisa Riemers

I'm the co-owner and co-organiser of Intranet Now. I'm an independent consultant and content designer; I mostly help improve the way organisations communicate.

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