Upcoming Webinar – Demonstrating the Value of Public Engagement

Jun 11, 2021 | Blog, events, Public Engagement, research

On 29/06/21 at 10:30BST, Vertigo Ventures (VV) will be hosting our webinar titled “Demonstrating the Value of Public Engagement”. The session will examine digital-first approaches to capturing and evidencing meaningful impact.

For many organisations, public engagement is an increasing priority. Funders increasingly expect to see it factored into grants and evaluations. For many businesses and charities, the impact of their engagement with the public is a core measure of their success.

But capturing meaningful evaluation data is really challenging.

In this webinar we will look at the challenges facing organisations when trying to expose meaningful impacts of their public engagement, and some of the strategies and technology that can be used to solve these.

The session will be introduced by special guest speaker Sophie Duncan, Co-Director of the NCCPE, who will reflect on how the university sector is rising to these challenges and some of the promising practices that are emerging. We will also be joined by Fran Gale, Education Lead at Wellcome Genome Campus, who will take us through the Wellcome public engagement journey.

Register now by following this link!


Time Session Speaker(s)


Using data intelligently to augment how organisations evidence the value of public engagement

Sophie Duncan, Co-Director, NCCPE

Case Study – Charity Sector

Hands-on experience in embarking on the public engagement journey, and helpful strategies that provide support

National Trust

Digital Strategies for Public Engagement

Using technology to improve how organisations capture, measure and demonstrate the impact of their public engagement

Andy Styles & Emily Hill, Client Success Managers, Vertigo Ventures

Case Study – Wellcome Genome Campus

Digital techniques for showcasing public engagement

Fran Gale, Education Lead, Wellcome Genome Campus
11:35-11:40 Questions All
11:40-11:45 Closing Remarks Sophie Duncan, Co-Director, NCCPE

Photo by Hans-Peter Gauster on Unsplash


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