Real time social for Unforgettable Experiences Social Prescribing Conference

Over the past few months we have been working with an amazing client in Unforgettable Experiences, producing a new communications strategy and other lines of work that are in the pipeline over the coming weeks and months. 

After learning the challenges that Unforgettable Experiences were having with the communications and strategies to get the right information across to the customer, we were tasked with creating a new strategy for the client that defined the USP and presented information in a simple and effective way that was easy to understand, in line with the target audience of older persons. We produced a plethora of design and content that has been used for social and web.

Back in March we were assigned to some events and conference work that we have some great experience and value in, working with many conferences over the years including TEDx Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle, Thinking Digital, BIM Show Live and The Great Exhibition go The Norths Business Summit to name a few.

This conference was the annual Social Prescribing Conference 2021 and we were tasked to plan, implement and report on communications and web design for the 2 day event. Over the course of the 2 days, we created a strategy and plan that was implemented successfully. This included the effective posting of key quotes and statistics, showcasing of webinars that Unforgettable were involved in, the management of social media channels from liking and commenting, to sharing key figure posts, and reporting on the results from the event, which all in all was a great success.

Unforgettable Experience is an organisation that provides a variety of interactive and creative sessions and practical support to older people and their carers. Typically, the creative sessions are aimed at older persons who are suffering with Dementia, Neurological or Mental Health conditions. Unforgettable Experiences aims to delay the onset of dementia for 10,000 older people and those with a neurological condition by 2024.