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From petfishing to supporting frontline workers to celebrating Diwali, here is our latest win video communications. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag on Twitter.

CIPR’s national conference last week explored topics on the future media landscape, supporting professionals and the importance of internal communications, and how the increased value of PR to business experienced this year can be maintained long term.

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From petfishing to supporting frontline workers to celebrating Diwali, here is our latest win video communications. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag on Twitter.
CIPR’s national conference last week explored topics on the future media landscape, supporting professionals and the importance of internal communications, and how the increased value of PR to business experienced this year can be maintained long term.
An independent study of the pharmaceutical industry shows that Covid-19 offers a chance to improve pharma industry’s reputation and reset its troubled relationship with global public opinion. The industry is well below sectors like retail, software and food.
Technology is still a predominantly male industry. Many women have indicated they’d be interested in tech-based roles, but also felt they were underqualified for them. To encourage more women to consider careers in tech and digital, Tech Talent Charter has taken a leadership role.
From conducting research reviewing one hundred FTSE-listed company's YouTube channels, Stuart Stubbs explores the lessons from some of the biggest names in the world.
Communicate magazine is proud to announce the Corporate Engagement Awards winners, which recognise the most successful and innovative corporate partnerships, sponsorships and CSR programmes, and the communication strategies surrounding those collaborations. Each winner’s project has added value its organisation’s reputation.
The Corporate Content Awards has been celebrating the best in corporate narrative and storytelling for the past three years in Europe. For the first time, it is recognising excellent in creative and strategic content across North America. It celebrates the strategic thought behind the work; the problem solving, the insight, the communications solutions.
This week's latest in video communications sees a renewed focus on CSR, sustainability and the environment. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag on Twitter.
A global survey of marketing, communication and brand directors analysing how the pandemic has affected brand communication, finds that 61% of respondents in the UK think brand comms have become more ‘soft and fluffy,’ showing a more human side. This compares with less than half globally.