BRANDS ARE UNPREPARED FOR THE THIRD-PARTY COOKIE PHASEOUT, RESEARCH REVEALS
Data from customer engagement experts, Braze, shows that UK brands are unprepared for the phaseout of third-party cookies. New privacy measures presented by Apple and Google present the untapped opportunity for anonymous user data, but comms teams must be aware of poor management negatively impacting stakeholder relationships.
ENTRY-LEVEL TALENT VALUES DIVERSITY OVER SALARY OR CAREER PROGRESSION, RESEARCH SHOWS
Research from the Brixton Finishing School, a recruitment and learning development organisation for the creative, media and marketing industries, reveals that entry-level job seekers value the diversity of an organisations current employees above competitive salaries or career paths.
NETFLIX DONATES BENCHES TO UK COMMUNITIES IN NEW MENTAL HEALTH SCHEME
The ‘Hope is Everything’ campaign from Netflix was created in association with suicide prevention charity, Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), to mark the release of television series After Life Season 3 and provide valuable support to communities across the UK.
PR’S PITCHING PROCESS IS FUNDAMENTALLY FLAWED, PRCA RESEARCH REVEALS
COMFORT, FUNCTIONALITY, AND SUSTAINABILITY ARE THE FUTURE OF POST-PANDEMIC COMMS, REPORT FINDS
Jon Mowat, managing director of Hurricane Media, explains why he is positive that video is the single most effective tool that marketers can use to cut through the noise and deliver measurable results.
Cameron Webb, client strategy director at Living Group, explains why creating an identity system of strong brand codes is key to achieving consumer awareness and ultimately, loyalty.
Nazir Ul-Ghani, head of Workplace from Meta, explains why the future of work is about normalising the co-existence of physical distance and digital community to drive equity and inclusivity.
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.
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INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS AND ENGAGEMENT AWARDS
The Internal Communications and Engagement Awards celebrates and highlights the impact internal communications has on a business, the role of the internal communicator within an organisation and the creative strategies developed to promote an engaged workforce.
EMPLOYER BRAND MANAGEMENT AWARDS
From the outset, the Employer Brand Management Awards was recognised as the must-win awards programme for any organisation keen to benchmark its employer brand activity. A strong employer brand is seen as the beating heart of many organisations. The employer brand goes beyond fancy recruitment adverts; it is an intrinsic part of the ethos and ethics of an organisation. If utilised well, it attracts, engages and retains talent. It also, importantly, instigates the employee experience and guides the employee journey.