SHORTLIST FOR 2020 CORPORATE & FINANCIAL AWARDS ANNOUNCED
As corporate communications become increasingly important, never before have so many groups of stakeholders had access to corporate information or the ability to influence that company’s brand. In this climate, Communicate magazine is proud to announce companies shortlisted at the Corporate & Financial Awards, which celebrate excellence in all aspects of City communications.
KEEP QUIET OR CARRY ON
For the last few years, J.K Rowling has been on a reputational roller coaster, with her controversial views sparking many a Twitter storm. While exploring the ups and downs of Rowling’s public perception, Tim Jotischky, director of reputation at the PHA group, argues that brands have three options when taking a stance on cultural issues to safeguard their reputation: make sure they are on the ‘right side of the debate’, stay silent or embrace controversy.
COMMS GOGGLEBOX 23 JULY
In today’s Comms Goggle Box our experts discuss what the future of office work looks. Will it be a hybrid between remote and on site working and what are the benefits of that? How does that affect employee engagement and will it blur the lines between internal and external comms?
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
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.
Following the success of PodComms 2020, Communicate magazine is delighted to announce the date for PodComms 2021, the dedicated annual conference on corporate podcasting.
COMMUNICATE LENS AWARDS
The Communicate Lens awards celebrates organisations using film and video by setting the standard for excellence in visual communications. The awards will examine films targeting the internal, investor, recruitment and ESG audiences to identify the very best in corporate video communications. The Communicate Lens Awards 2021 is now open for entries.
CORPORATE CONTENT AWARDS NORTH AMERICA
The Corporate Content Awards is the only awards event to benchmark and reward corporate storytelling and the use of narrative to call corporate audiences, across owned, earned and bought media. The Corporate Content Awards 2020 is open for entries.