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Online theft of digital content plagues the thousands of content creators making a livelihood off their work. As a solution, Copenhagen-based IndieFrame has been working with Uncle Grey to launch a content tracking platform.

Aimed at helping creators who delve into professional topics, such as tech, diversity and inclusion, entrepreneurship, and sports, the six-week programme will provide coaching, recognition and resources to bring their ideas to life on the social media platform. Some of the most prominent LinkedIn UK creators are set to be mentors on the programme.

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Online theft of digital content plagues the thousands of content creators making a livelihood off their work. As a solution, Copenhagen-based IndieFrame has been working with Uncle Grey to launch a content tracking platform.
Aimed at helping creators who delve into professional topics, such as tech, diversity and inclusion, entrepreneurship, and sports, the six-week programme will provide coaching, recognition and resources to bring their ideas to life on the social media platform. Some of the most prominent LinkedIn UK creators are set to be mentors on the programme.
Now in its sixth year, the Corporate Content Awards is back and ready for entries which can offer the most innovative and impactful communication campaigns. The awards will celebrate all aspects of communication, ranging across print, podcasts, video, and corporate blogs, with winners being rewarded if they can communicate complex topics in a creative and interesting manner.
Recognising outstanding achievements for a fourth year, the Internal Communications and Engagement Awards shortlist has been decided by our panel of experts. The campaigns were selected on their ability to display excellence in internal communications, employee engagement and internal comms strategy.
Video has long played a vital role in corporate communications. Its ability to communicate emotion, deliver clarity and engage audiences is beyond doubt. The Lens Awards recognises and showcases the best in corporate film, storytelling and visual communications.
The winners of Communicate’s DataComms Awards have been revealed at a ceremony in Central London. The awards celebrated the excellent work of businesses using data in corporate communications in various way.
Dove has released a new video campaign to combat the toxic beauty advice young women are exposed to online, after research found 80% of girls would like their parents to talk to them about idealised beauty posts. The film shows these harmful narratives being spoken by a mother to their daughter using face mapping technology, to show how damaging and isolating this content can be.
LinkedIn created a two-minute film promoting its support for a new social enterprise, Inside Out, the UK’s first clothing brand created by young ex-offenders.
Research from cloud-based accounting software platform, bluQube, revealed that AI technologies are no longer a futuristic concept, with 30% of businesses now utilising robotics, augmented reality (AR) and Internet of Things (IoT) technology alongside machine learning.