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What’s it REALLY like to work at Public-i?

If you follow us on Twitter, you might have noticed lots of tweets recently about the various new roles we’ve got here at Public-i. It’s a really exciting time for us as we get bigger, move into new areas of business and make existing parts of the business even stronger. I’ve been at Public-i for just ...

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LGA and other musings

It’s already my third month at Public-i and I’m no longer the new kid on the block. In fact we’ve welcomed Kisoran, Tim and Sarah since I started not forgetting Debbie’s return after the birth of her daughter. With more due to start in the next few months Public-i definitely qualifies as a growing business. ...

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Public-i is evolving: product re-alignment and the new world

   “At Public-i, we value openness and innovation, by providing digitally-led solutions that create effective engagement.” Over the last few years Public-i has been researching, developing and experimenting with ideas to address how technology might improve the democratic process. We’ve pioneered a webcasting product and explored what engagement looks like within the current digital climate. We’ve ...

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Epping Forest District Council and electronic communications in 2015

The Local Government (Electronic Communications) Order (England) 2015, which enables the use of electronic communications to local authority members, will come into force on the 30th January. The process for updated legislation started in July 2012 when Simon Hill, Assistant Director: Governance and Performance Management at Epping Forest District Council researched the legal implications of sending ...

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If you’re going to #localgovcamp then you should know about #networkedcllr

This weekend many of our friends will be going to Local Gov Camp, the brilliant unconference for local government folk and beyond. It's going to be fun - and there will be some really interesting conversations that we'll be joining (our very own Catherine Howe and Dave Eaton will be there). With, we think, a general ...

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