According to UCAS, 100% of students use some form of social media. Join us to explore new data on the university social media landscape, and key trends and predictions that university social, marketing and comms teams can expect to see in 2020 and beyond.

Join CrowdControlHQ, higher ed social media experts Neon Caffeine, and marketing insights from Teesside University, for this webinar. Understand where social media fits across the entire organisation, the benefit it delivers, and the pitfalls to avoid for your 2020 business objectives.

Learn how to approach your social media strategy, where teams will be focussing their time and energy, and why success can rely on getting colleagues and management team buy-in.

We explore:

๐Ÿ‘‰ New data on current University social media estates
๐Ÿ‘‰ The importance of setting goals and strategies and making them happen
๐Ÿ‘‰ Looking ahead at where to focus time and energy in 2020
๐Ÿ‘‰ How to sell social media internally and getting management buy-in
๐Ÿ‘‰ The social media risks and challenges to avoid
๐Ÿ‘‰ Plus, live Q&A at the end


Rob Armstrong-Haworth, Neon CaffeineRob Armstrong-Haworth
Director at Neon Caffeine
Rob is a higher ed professional with 15+ years experience in digital and leadership roles. He has worked at four universities, and with many more helping bridge the gap between technology and business goals.

Gill Varley, Teesside UniversityGill Varley
Marketing Officer at Teesside University
Gill is Marketing lead for Teesside Universityโ€™s undergraduate student recruitment media campaigns, and was shortlisted for the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) Excellence Awards 2018.

Dan Aston, CrowdControlHQDan Aston
Marketing Manager at CrowdControlHQ
Dan heads up marketing at CrowdControlHQ, and spends much of his time advocating the role of social media to help organisations meet their tactical and strategic business objectives.