In partnership, Dods and InHouse Connex have developed a revolutionary way to empower organisations to engage directly with Government Ministers, as well as large numbers of stakeholders, in a time-efficient and effective manner.
The Connex tele-forum will link up thousands of callers in a live and interactive telephone conversation with the minister – 'Tel the Minister'.
On 5th December 2012, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne MP will present his Autumn Statement to Parliament. On the 6th of December, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Danny Alexander MP will discuss the Statement and what it means for UK plc through the Tel the Minister platform.
The ‘mini Budget’ - considered the second most significant economic event of the parliamentary year - will present the state of the economy and is likely to include new measures to boost growth and accelerate the UK’s economic recovery.
Tel the Minister – Autumn Statement will facilitate in-depth discussion with HM Treasury’s Danny Alexander, allowing organisations of all sizes to pose questions and gather further insight on the detail of the Statement and how it will impact them. To participate in this free of charge discussion, please register here.
The technology allows the Minister to call all participants simultaneously and enables individuals to interact directly with him, in turn, while all other participants follow the discussion. Everyone involved will be able to submit questions during the session, as well as respond to those of others.
A unique and insightful report will follow, to include: a ministerial foreword; overview and analysis of Government policy, the Autumn Statement and implications for organisations; ministerial answers to questions asked during the call and any recommendations or pledges that emerge from the session.
Each participant will have the option to purchase this report afterwards; providing invaluable analysis and information surrounding the Autumn statement. In addition all copies of the report will be accompanied by The House magazine's Guide to Number 11. To purchase the report please register here.
The potential of this technology has already been recognised by London Mayor Boris Johnson, who utilised it successfully to engage with voters during the BackBoris 2012 campaign. President Barack Obama has utilised the technology, as well as a range of high profile multinationals and government bodies in the UK and America.