Your effective FET commucation strategy

This webinar, organised by the EFFECT project, will provide advice on how to best design a successful communication and dissemination strategy for FET projects. It addresses researchers and projects coordinators, as well as any stakeholder interested in FET research.

FETFX communication experts will help you design a communication strategy to boost awareness, engagement and uptake of your research results and support your project sustainability.

In line with the H2020 dissemination and communication requirements, the webinar will guide you in choosing the right tools and channels to approach your targets and measure the effectiveness of your strategy.

The programme will be as follows:

  • Communication and Dissemination in Horizon 2020 (short introduction)
  • How to write a Dissemination and Communication Plan
    • Define context, objectives and impacts
    • Define the target groups and key messages to be delivered
    • Choose the right tools and channels
    • Measure the effectiveness of your strategy


How to attend the webinar

The webinar is free of chargeRegister to the event



October 19 2017 from 12:00 to 12:45 (CEST)



Webinar (12:00 - 12:45 CEST) on Eventbrite: you will receive a confirmation e-mail and, some time before the event, the link to join the webinar. The webinar will be hosted on Adobe Connect.


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