COMMspirations series is back and will be published monthly. If you feel like sharing any action, you can always contact me.
- Commission representation in Poland (Komisja Europejska w Polsce)
Commission representation in Poland is a great source of inspiration for working with influencers!
For the upcoming Europe Day (9 May), they are now working with a popular dance studio in Warsaw. Recently, they have also collaborated with several micro-influencers and organised a trip to Brussels. The aim was to visit European Commission and discuss key issues such as climate change. These visits were reported by influencers.
Key takeaway: work with micro influencers to reach a specific audience
I followed closely the launch of 2018 Corruption Perception Index and can definitely say it is a great example of an online launch! Teaser message in social media, video explainer of the methodology, excellent infographics and Instagram Stories – these are only few examples of how this report was communicated. The report website is also a great example of a report website.
Key takeaway: leverage the power of social media for launching your online publication
- EU Tax & Customs Live Twitter Q&A
EU institutions regularly organise Live Q&As sessions in social media. This is a recent example and I find it a great way of communicating with citizens.
No matter where you are, you have an opportunity to ask questions to EU Commissioners or MEPs.
Key takeaway: organise Q&As sessions on your social media pages to communicate with your followers
- Eurochild webinar
I came across this post on Twitter and thought it is a very good example of mobilising your member organisations prior to the #EUelections2019.
Key takeaway: mobilise your member organisations prior to the EU elections; webinars are a great way to do this