Time & Date: 8:30am to 10:30am, 26th Jun 2012
Venue: The Brewery, Chiswell Street, London EC1Y 4SD
Once upon a time, companies understood online communication simply as the corporate website. Today the corporate communications professional has a vast array of tools to help reach their publics. Video, mobile, geo-locational, iPad, Android, Honeycomb, and many more. It should be getting easier, but the costs rise, the platform choices increase, the effort soars.
Is HTML5 the answer for simpler, more integrated, effective communications? This essential morning seminar brings HTML5 to life for corporate and marketing communication professionals.
After looking at the context, hearing case studies and showing how HTML5 is shorthand for number of interrelated approaches enabling a transformation in online corporate communications, delegates will leave knowing what they can achieve from the new web standard. And, more importantly, how they can achieve it.
HTML5 is not for geeks - it's for communicators. The FT has pulled out of the Apple App store, Centrica has just launched the first corporate HTML5 app and website, analysts have just announced the key to Blackberry's future is HTML5 and the BBC has just acquired a major piece of HTML5 developer Spaceport. This seminar is a must-attend for anyone needing to keep up with the digital communication curve.
The seminar takes place on June 26 and starts at 8:30. And, despite the fabulous lineup of speakers (Centrica, FT Labs, Enders Analysis, The Group), only costs £45. To book your place, head to Communicatemagazine.co.uk/html5