WEDNESDAY 26 FEB 2014 3:49 PM


Internal communications is often the unsung hero of the comms mix. Internal communicators face countless obstacles that they must dispense with within a limited budget. Those who excel in the field can be responsible for innovative, organisation-changing solutions in IC.

The IoIC Awards, which celebrates the best work in internal communications, is open for entries for its 2014 iteration. This year, the numerous categories have been realigned into classes which include: Best campaign, best innovation, best use of print, best use of digital media, best use of design, best use of writing and imagery, best event and the individual ICon awards.

Chief executive of the IoIC, Steve Doswell, says, “The IoIC Awards allow you to place yourself at the heart of good internal communications practice as your work is evaluated against your peers.” He adds that the awards will also address a new criteria, “Measurement and evaluation have become increasingly important as IC teams seek to establish the difference their work makes.”

The IoIC Awards are open to any communicator and entries are accepted until 30 April, with a discount applied to those received by 14 April.