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Being digital and informing the electorate

Following the EU Referendum, the question we must be asking ourselves is how do we ensure there is enough factual information for our electorate? 30 million people voted and voiced their opinion on the 23rd June. This equates to 72.4% of the population - the highest voter turnout since the 1992 general election. So what’s the problem? ...

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Farewell, UK!

Sarah, our Events Project Coordinator, has left Public-i and is heading back to Canada. We're really going to miss her! Before she left, she wrote this blog about working life in the UK. It seems like only yesterday I was landing at Gatwick Airport and trying to find my way to Brighton. Now almost two years later ...

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Leave them all behind…

How do geese know when to fly to the sun? Who tells them the seasons? How do we, humans know when it is time to move on? As with migrant birds, so surely with us, there is a voice within if only we would listen to it, that tells us certainly when to go forth ...

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Webinars vs Webcasting: What’s best for me?

At Public-i we get asked a lot about webinars, or our product Connect gets misinterpreted as a webinar system. I also personally get asked what the difference is between a webinar and a webcast? In fact it’s really not that complicated, here is my take on highlighting the differences between the two disciplines. What’s a webinar? Webinars ...

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My day with the London Mathematical Society

The London Mathematical Society launched their 150th anniversary event last Friday, and Public-i had the pleasure of webcasting the day's affairs. It's been many months of hard work leading up to this - we had been taking our time building the microsite, writing up equipment lists, and ensuring everything would be in place for the ...

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