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For its latest recruitment campaign, the British Army has created a female-led video showing that soldiers are defined by their skills not gender.

This round up of video communications covers everything from recruitment and education, to social responsibility and sustainability campaigns. For more from #CommunicateLens follow @Communicatemag on Twitter

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For its latest recruitment campaign, the British Army has created a female-led video showing that soldiers are defined by their skills not gender.
This round up of video communications covers everything from recruitment and education, to social responsibility and sustainability campaigns. For more from #CommunicateLens follow @Communicatemag on Twitter.
Creative agency, BHH Singapore, has launched a new campaign addressing Imposter Syndrome in the comms industry, after three out of four Singaporeans were found to experienced the phenomenon.
Global marketing communications agency, Wunderman Thompson, has launched Fund Femme, new global database of women and non-binary owned businesses aiming to tackle gender inequality in the economy.
Professional services firm, Genpact, has launched a short film showcasing its innovative new project to build a Formula-E car ice sculpture entirely from rainwater, in a 24-hour campaign to support the Arctic Ice Project.
B Corp certified telecommunications and technology service provider, Zen Internet, is calling for small to medium sized businesses to support remote employees after 86% of employers were found to be willing, but unprepared for long-term flexible working.
The shortlist for the Employer Brand Management Awards 2021 has been announced. The panel of expert judges have selected the best entries demonstrating impressive and successful employer brand over the past 18 months.
Strategic communications agency, Allegory, has launched a report highlighting the urgent need for organisations to act on Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR) related issues, and how they can build an actionable framework to do so.
The research from the Chartered Institute of Marketing found that the 71% of in-house creative leaders believe that Covid-19 comms and response to uncertainty has boosted the reputation of their brands.