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Getting Heard with Alastair Campbell
Alastair Campbell, former director of communications to Tony Blair, is to be interviewed live by Mash Media editorial director Martin Fullard this Thursday at 4pm (26th November), as part of the Confex Webinar series.
The events industry has found itself fighting to be heard by the upper echelons however this week there has finally been a breakthrough. Prime minister Boris Johnson announced that business events will be allowed to restart in Tier 1 and Tier 2 areas when the UK emerges from national lockdown on 2 December.

Fullard will be speaking to Campbell about how to remain on the governments agenda, how communication works in Westminster and how the events industry can not only grab the attention of decision-makers in Whitehall, but how to also leverage the influence of the media.

Do you have a question for Alastair? Email Ajones@mashmedia.net before midday on the 25th November.

The interview will be broadcast live from the Royal Lancaster London’s new XR studio, with the audience encouraged to submit questions in advance. Production will be managed by Smart AV.

The interview is sponsored by Skyline Whitespace

Nov 26, 2020 04:00 PM in London

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Speakers

Alistair Campbell
He has written fourteen books in the past ten years, including eight volumes of diaries, four novels, a personal memoir on depression and the pursuit of happiness, and Winners and How They Succeed, a Number 1 best-selling analysis of what it takes to win in politics, business and sport. He has for many years been chairman of fund-raising of Bloodwise, Britain’s main blood cancer charity, but in recent years has become increasingly involved with mental health charities and causes, speaking about his own experience of depression, psychosis and addiction, and of his brother Donald’s lifelong struggle with schizophrenia. A former ‘Mind Champion of the Year’, he is an ambassador for the Time to Change campaign to raise awareness about mental illness, ambassador for Alcohol Concern, patron of Maytree, the country’s only charity for the suicidal, and of Kidstime, which supports the children of mentally ill parents. He co-founded the all-party campaign, Equality4MentalHealth