FIVE MINUTES WITH BEN WALLACE
After 23 years of being DRPG's director of digital, Ben Wallace moves onto director of media. More than two decades in the field have given him invaluable insight, which he shares here with Communicate magazine. Among other things, Wallace discusses the changes he has observed over the years in the digital field, the challenges communications face, and how even the digital can be sustainable and eco-friendly.
#COMMUNICATELENS: 20 FEBRUARY
Here’s our selection of the latest in video communications from football stars overcoming their challenges to engaging animation explainers. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag.
NHS BLOOD AND TRANSPLANT CHANCES PERSPECTIVES ON ORGAN DONATION AMONG YOUNG PEOPLE
Behaviour change agency 23red partnered with NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) to launch the ‘Pass it On’ campaign, raining awareness of the upcoming change in legislation around organ donation, whereby England will move from an ‘opt in’ to an ‘opt out’ programme.
ANNUAL INTERNAL COMMS CONFERENCE TO DISCUSS SUSTAINABILITY, WORKPLACE DEMOGRAPHICS
Antony Mayfield muses on our dysfunctional relationship with data and how to see the people and the stories contained within
INSIGHTS: GREAT CONTENT DESERVES MORE THAN AN AWARD. IT DESERVES AN AUDIENCE.
Greg Hobden is client strategy director at Living Group. Here he talks about user-first design and digital strategies
INSIGHTS: HOW IS THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND’S CHURCH-FINDER TOOL ENABLING OUR CHURCHES TO GROW?
Amaris Cole is digital communications manager at the Church of England. She discusses developing a digital strategy to facilitate church growth
CONFERENCES IN 2018
Communicate magazine runs a number of conferences covering a variety of topics centred around corporate communications, from investor relations and digital stakeholder engagement to employer brand management and internal communications.
CORPORATE ENGAGEMENT AWARDS
The Corporate Engagement Awards recognises the most successful and innovative corporate partnerships and sponsorships, and the communication strategies around those collaborations. More than ever, companies are striving to demonstrate the good in business and how an organisation can engage its partners, support charities and work for communities in which it operates. In turn, these activities showcase successful collaborations that raise brand awareness, and more importantly, build reputation.
DIGITAL IMPACT AWARDS
The Digital Impact Awards recognise the cutting edge in digital communications across a broad range of categories including deliverables, social media, and sector. The Digital Impact Awards 2020 is now open for entries.