Comms Reboot is coming to London in 2024!

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On Saturday 19 October 2024 Comms Reboot, the communication unconference, will be heading to London.

Our plans to host one in Chicago, USA this year haven’t quite worked out. We had a lot of interest but sadly we didn’t sell enough tickets to make the event viable. This means we have focussed our attention to 2024 and we released early bird tickets to our community yesterday. Just over 50% of the tickets have gone but we are releasing what is left today, and when they’re gone, they’re gone!

You can grab your ticket here

And if all the tickets have gone, you’ll see the option to join the waitlist. Those on the waitlist will get the email before anyone else about the next batch of tickets when they are released so hold the date of Saturday 19 October 2024 and keep an eye on your inbox!

We are really excited to be hosting the event again in 2024 after the success in Birmingham in the UK in 2022 and we hope to see you there! If you have any questions feel free to drop us an email.

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Join our community

Subscribe to join our community and we’ll be in touch with helpful advice and updates about how we can take your organisation from chaos to calm. Our community gets invited to a quarterly 90-minute Ask Me Anything online session with Jenni Field, as well as early access to events, discounts and research.

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