Mark Turnbull, a strategic communications expert with extensive experience in corporate and political communications and conflict transformation will be asking ‘Can Democracy Survive a Digital Revolution? this Thursday (26 May) from 8.00am with breakfast at The Relais Henley.
The intimate breakfast event is part of a great social programme of events for The Salon membership club at The Relais Henley hotel which has had fascinating speakers that have included former BBC Director General, Lord Hall and former Metropolitan Police, Head of Homicide & Serious Crime Command, Simon Foy plus social evenings with an Evening of Music and Cocktails with Nc’Nean Whisky coming up in June.
Mark is the former MD of the international political campaigning arm of Cambridge Analytica, using data-driven communications to run election campaigns and
advise political and government clients in some of the most challenging countries in the world.
He spent a decade in theatres of conflict, under contract to the British and American governments and the UN, planning and directing ‘social change’ communications campaigns. Mark’s experience also includes a three-year counter-propaganda campaign against the Kremlin on behalf of exiled oligarch, Boris Berezovsky, and former KGB officer Alexander Litvinenko – a foreshadowing of the Russian nerve agent attack against the Skripals in Salisbury in 2018.
Mark will be sharing stories from his past campaigns and the challenges facing governments in today’s unstable environment.
There are a few places left please contact Sulie at firstname.lastname@example.org to check availability and attend.