How do you get staff enthused and invested in your new department’s purpose? Creative Content Producer Rob Adey thinks putting people centre stage may just be the answer.
Rianna Nurse, a government communications apprentice, talks about her time with the BEIS digital team.
If you have viewed or shared a news story on Twitter recently there is a good chance you have seen a Twitter card. News sites are using them as part of their Twitter strategies to drive traffic to their site.
Facebook recently announced it has 1.65 billion users. We know that Facebook is the platform where 97% of all social media users have a profile, so how can your organisation’s page work if it doesn’t have many fans?
The Consumer Rights Act came into force on the 1 October 2015. It was the biggest overhaul of consumer legislation for a decade, bringing 8 pieces of legislation into 1.
Periscope is a relatively new live-streaming app from Twitter, but it already has nearly 2 million daily users watching 40 years of video per day.
The Public Data Group (PDG) brings together 4 government trading funds - Companies House, Land Registry, Met Office and Ordnance Survey - with significant and nationally important datasets.
I have officially been a civil servant at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills for 40 days. I have been working as part of the digital communications team with a particular focus on outreach and engagement.
The Public Attitudes to Science series of studies is the only evidence of public attitudes and understanding of science in its broadest form across the UK.
Government spends £6 billion a year on science and innovation and a new Science and Innovation strategy was published in December 2014.