All Things IC Live was a whole day for in-house internal communicators to learn about all things internal communication related.

It took place on 17 May 2023 and was attended by 85 IC professionals.

Our popular Masterclasses and Masterminds are usually restricted to only eight IC professionals at a time.

We super-sized the format and created All Things IC Live as part of our 10th birthday celebrations.

Our agenda included Team Teal Talks from Caroline Cubbon-King on stakeholders and Dan Holden on measurement. I spoke about internal communication strategy.

We also hosted two Table Talks (Masterminds), so IC pros could learn with and from each other.

Thank you to everyone who joined us on the day or sent their colleagues,

Rachel Miller, Founder, All Things IC.

What's it like to attend All Things IC Live?

“All Things IC Live is the event that we have been missing in the internal comms industry. I’m delighted that Rachel and her team developed and delivered something for internal comms professionals to connect, learn and be inspired in a meaningful and engaging way. I truly hope this event becomes a regular on the calendar – you won’t be able to keep me away!” Suzanne Dellmann, Head of Colleague Engagement, Corporate Brand Communications, The LEGO Group.

"Buzzing with ideas"

“I was very excited to attend the first All Things IC Live, any event involving Rachel Miller is going to be worth the price of a ticket. The format of Masterclass and Mastermind sessions was brilliant, with over 720 years of IC experience in the room all the answers were there to be shared. I came away buzzing with ideas, knowledge and just the opportunity to spend time with my tribe was priceless” Helen Alexander, General Dental Council.

"Brilliant use of my time"

“The best learning often comes from your peers, and with the internal comms industry now beginning to come into its own, All Things IC Live provided the perfect opportunity to pick the brains of IC pros from a broad spectrum of industries, and get great tips from the knowledgeable All Things IC team. Brilliant use of my time, even when work is super busy!” Sara Kent, Chiltern Railways.

Tickets were £229 +VAT per person. The first batch sold out in four days. The second batch were released on 1 March on a first come first served basis and sold out too.

We worked hard to make the ticket price as low as possible and contacted under-represented communities of Comms and PR practitioners with discounted tickets.

We recognise our Comms friends all learn in different ways, so there was a recharge room available. This is a quiet place where you can reflect and recharge yourself and your mobile.

Attendees didn’t need to prepare anything in advance, just be willing to talk in a small group on a table about Comms conundrums or topics they wanted to ask for help with. See this article to learn more about Masterminds.

Everyone had the chance to sit in the hot seat.

If you have any queries, please contact us via

Timings and venue information

Timings: Attendees could arrive from 9am and the Wallacespace team gave out name badges and encouraged people to go to the fourth floor for breakfast.

All Things IC Live was on the second floor.

The second floor and main room opened from 9.30am, to allow for a prompt start at 10am.

Coats and any luggage could be left in the recharge room.

Access to the floors is via a lift. There are toilets on the second floor, plus more on the floors above.

About Wallacespace, Spitalfields

The venue for All Things IC Live is three minutes away from the transport connections of Liverpool Street station and the bustling street markets of East London.

Your ticket included breakfast, hot lunch, snacks and post-All Things IC Live drinks on site, to continue networking.

Wallacespace is famed for its delicious food, so do come and help yourself. We’ll also be hosting drinks on the second floor of the venue from 4-5pm, which are covered by the cost of your ticket.

What you need to know

Please see the questions to discover timings, who can attend, how to pay and much more.

Got a query we’ve not answered? Do contact us.

Final tickets out on 1 March

Ticket information.

Please note All Things IC Live is for in-house internal communicators only and the systems adds one ticket to the basket. It will ask you to tick to confirm you’re an in-house professional.

The first batch of tickets were released on 14 February and sold out. The second batch were released on 1 March 2023 and have also sold out. Thank you to everyone who bought one, we can’t wait to see you.

Wednesday 17 May 2023. Breakfast is available from 9am and we kick off at 10am. We’ll be finishing at 4pm, with drinks on site until 5pm. Your ticket covers this cost.

All Things IC Live is taking place at Wallacespace in Spitalfields, London. It’s a short distance from Liverpool Street station. We will be on the second floor, which is accessible via a large lift.

Address: 15-25 Artillery Lane, London, E1 7HA.

Tickets cost £229 +VAT per person.

We released them in two halves – on 14 February and 1 March 2023.

There are 85 places. Tickets include attendance plus all food including breakfast, lunch, snacks and drinks afterwards at Wallacespace.

There are no refunds, but the name on your ticket can be swapped up to one month before All Things IC Live. Please let us know if you do this and provide us with their details.

Because All Things IC Live is in London, UK, all transactions are subject to UK VAT.

All Things IC Live starts at 10am and runs until 4pm, followed by drinks and nibbles until 5pm.

Breakfast is served on the fourth floor restaurant from 9am and we’re aiming to kick off promptly at 10am.

There are no refunds, but the name on your ticket can be swapped up to one month before All Things IC Live. Please let us know if you do this and provide us with their details.

In-house internal communicators are welcome to sign up for All Things IC Live.

Feedback from Comms friends shows you want to mix with others from different companies, so we are requesting no more than two people please per organisation. If more of your team would like to come, please let us know and we’ll add them to a waiting list.

Please note, All Things IC Live is for in-house communicators only and we reserve the right to decline attendees who are Consultants or from agencies.

You don’t need to bring a laptop and there will be notepads on the tables. We will also be providing you with a notebook and workbook.

No, but you may want to think about a comms conundrum or two you’d like to raise in the Table Talks/Mastermind sessions.

Yes. Please use the code INVOICE at the checkout to pay via invoice. My colleague Louise will be in touch by 24 February 2023 to complete your booking.

Yes there are lifts and flat surfaces from street to room level. Please see the accessibility box at the bottom of this page for more information. If you need a hearing loop please let us know when you book your ticket. We have a quiet room available to recharge in.

Please let us know if you have any accessibility needs or requirements.

All Things IC Live is hosted by the All Things IC team AKA Team Teal. That’s Rachel Miller, Louise Mackenney, Caroline Cubbon-King and Dan Holden. Please contact us with any queries.

We’ve also expanded our team for the day as Rachel’s husband Jon and brother Matt will be joining us.

Whatever you’re comfortable in. Think smart jeans rather than being suited and booted.

We encourage you to take a lateral flow test 24-hours prior to attending All Things IC Live. If you have a positive result, please let us know you’ll not be coming.

We are intending for the day to go ahead and at this point in time we’re not aware of any train strikes happening on 17 May 2023.

We are planning virtual sessions for Comms friends who can’t join us in London in May. These will be held later in the year. Please contact if you’d like to be kept updated.

No. This is an in-person face-to-face event only and will not be live-streamed or recorded. Please note we will be taking photographs on the day. You’ll spot our photographer Becky Rui.

Yes, members of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations can earn 10 Continuing Professional Development points. Members of the Institute of Internal Communication can claim four points.