For a limited time only we’re offering MusterPoint social media and media management totally free until March 2019.
We’re pleased to announce that Emergency Services Times (EST) is now our official media partner.
It's a famous quote that 'word of mouth advertising is the best you can get.'
So, when a group of public sector communicators got together with some powerfully positive comments about Musterpoint we were really happy.
Because this is the best advertising that we can get.
You can read the tweet here:
And because we made a conscious decision to focus on the public sector and make it as good as it can be for them.
Why public sector? Because that was my background that I left because I was so passionate about building a tool that I knew would work.
For others to get that too is just so rewarding.
If you're interested in emergency communication then our free webinar is for you.
This webinar is ideal for those working in public sector communication who would like guidance on efficient and effective ways to prepare for an emergency. MusterPoint founder Christine Townsend will go through some best practice tips to ensure key points are covered should the worst happen.
She will also be joined by an expert in emergency management and resilience who will go through an example of an incident where collaborative working was key. Drawing from her own experience in managing challenging and complicated incidents, Christine will share insights and resources that will support you and your team when the unexpected happens.
It will cover best use of social media, liaising with other agencies and how to be flexible and resilient. This webinar is suitable for those in corporate communication, customer services, emergency management and anyone who could be involved in the strategic response to an emergency.
Attendees will receive a free emergency communication toolkit containing useful resources to help manage your emergency comms.
There are two dates available;
An emergency is inevitable, a crisis doesn’t have to be
Communications professionals, emergency planners and operational staff in Government and the emergency services all know that planning for an emergency is vital, but many organisations don’t plan proactively, they wait until the inevitable and become reactive.