04. September 2019 - 9:30 till 11:00
ACT Community Sector Communications Peer Network meetup - 4 Sep 2019 | ACTCOSS meeting room | Wednesday, 04. September 2019
ACT Community Sector Communications Peer Network (CommsNet)
A forum for learning, supporting and sharing. Facilitated by the ACT Council of Social Service (ACTCOSS)
Are you working in or interested in communications in the ACT not-for-profit sector? Looking to connect with others in your field, share knowledge and learn from each other?
Come along to our CommsNet meetups, held every two months. Here you can chat with each other over morning tea, share your work and current challenges, and discuss comms topics such as strategy, member engagement, social media, ICT, branding and more.
Each meetup we’ll have a focus area, activity or presentation to kick off discussions.
Topics so far for the September 2019 meetup:
Instagram and Facebook Creator Studio
CommsNet communication platform discussion: How do we want to communicate and share with each other online? Facebook Group? Slack/Trello? Alternatives?
We encourage you to bring along your questions, tricks and tips, examples of your work, guidelines for best practice, and so on. If you don’t have any experience with the topics, that’s ok! Everyone is welcome to participate in the discussion and learn from each other.
The agenda is flexible and directed by the group, so you are welcome to suggest topics of discussion for this or future meetings. If you have particular experience or an area of expertise you’d like to share, we’d love to hear from you.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Where: ACTCOSS meeting room at the West Community Hub, 1/6 Gritten St, Weston. Free parking. The Gritten Street carpark entry is off Minns Place.
Sign up to the email network: CommsNet meetups are supported by an email network where you can share or ask questions about NFP comms. It’s also where you’ll find out about the next CommsNet meetups and news. Sign up here
Questions? Thoughts? Want to add something to the meetup agenda? Please email Suzanne Richardson at or call on 02 6202 7200.