How can the aviation industry best use Twitter?

In April, we invited a select group of senior-level aviation stakeholders to take part in a twitter lunch jointly hosted by our Transport Lead, Rob Anger and our Digital, Social and Creative Lead Brett Kobie. The event covered the advanced use of Twitter to achieve business and policy objectives in the EU aviation space by giving an overview of FH’s tried and tested methodology for using Twitter for EU aviation policy communications. This was done by focusing on three key areas: How to get the right eyes on the right content via targeting of adverts, how to create attention-grabbing content that delivers key messages and how to explain the impact of Twitter campaigns to internal audiences

  • Robert Anger

    Public affairs specialist Robert Anger supports clients on European Union transport policy and environment policy, leading the office’s manufacturing and industrials team. He also provides expertise in chemicals and defense policy and leads issues management and advocacy campaigns. Before joining the firm in 2003, he...

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  • Laura Rozzo

    Laura Rozzo is a member of the environment and transport practice group from 2013, working mainly on transport and energy issues. Laura manages a wide range of clients from small companies to large manufacturing enterprises as well as trade associations. She previously gained experience at...

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