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LocalGovCamp 2018 Notes

Here are my rough and random thoughts on LocalGovCamp 2018, published less than 24 hours after the end of the event.

As usual Nick Hill, put on another great event with help from other LocalGov Digital members. Although 2018 was probably the best attended LocalGovCamp I've been to, a noticeable trend since 2015 that became very apparent this year is that more people now come on Friday than Saturday.

There are many assumptions you can make from this. Perhaps digital and therefore LocalGov Digital has become more mainstream so is now seen as a legitimate work thing. We've certainly never had video address from a minster inviting attendees to apply to a £7.5m Local Digital Fund before.

Friday saw a wide variety of digital innovation workshops. I head more about how to apply for the Local Digital Fund, Jonathon Flowers provided an insight into why change is hard, and Esko Reinikainen spoke about network mapping and analysis.

It was also the second time this year I've attended …