How the BBC works with Digital Agencies (presented by BBC Digital Partners)

Monday November 12


How the BBC works with Digital Agencies  Presented by the BBC's Digital Partners team   The BBC works closely with a range of digital agencies to deliver innovative new online experiences for its audiences. This is your chance to meet the team that helps to build relationships between BBC commissioners and external digital agencies.    In this lunchtime session Richard Smith, Head of Digital Agencies, and Jake Bailey, Digital Agency Engagement Manager, will talk you through the different models the BBC uses to commission digital projects.  They share advice on how you or your business can hear about relevant project opportunities first and how to pitch for them.   Richar and Jake will also talk through some case studies of recent BBC digital projects they have been involved in, sharing tips and take questions from the audience.   This exclusive session to meet the BBC Digital Agencies team will start at 12noon sharp and will be compered by Charlie Brown,  Executive Product Manager at BBC Northern Ireland.    A special thank you to Digital Catapult NI for hosting the session as part of Digital Cities Belfast 2018.   PRIVACY NOTICE For the purpose of this event, BBC Academy is the “Data Controller” and is collecting your full name and email address, so that we can register you for the event and keep in contact with you with any updates or important information about this event, and ask for feedback after the event. BBC Academy will not use your data to enter into any other types of communication with you, and we will not share it with third parties. We will remove the data that we have collected about you from our systems after we have finished collecting feedback about this event. We would like to draw your attention to the fact that your ticket booking is being processed by the Eventbrite platform, which is a platform external to the BBC. Eventbrite is both a “Data Controller” and a “Data Processor” for the purposes of this event. Eventbrite operates its own Privacy Policy, and by registering to attend this event using their platform, you are agreeing to Eventbrite’s terms and conditions as both a Data Controller and Data Processor. This means, in practice, that they may use the personal data that you supply to them for marketing and research purposes. Eventbrite currently stores the data collected from bookings such as these on a server outside the EEA, in the United States. Eventbrite states that it participates in and complies with the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework regarding the collection, use, and retention of Personal Data ( from European Economic Area ("EEA") member countries). You can read their full Privacy Notice here.