MONDAY 11 MAY 2020 9:08 AM


Many winners at the 2020 Corporate Content Awards were taken pleasantly by surprise when their names were announced at the awards ceremony. They found themselves being recognised for their creativity, their bravery, their ability to communicate complex topics in fun, elegant and interesting ways.

Now, the Corporate Content Awards, back for its fourth year, is announcing its call for entries for the 2021 programme. Celebrating the best in corporate storytelling, narrative and creative communications, the Corporate Content Awards recognise all aspects of communications.

Categories range from ‘Best use of print’ and ‘Best use of digital’ to ‘Most creative use of owned media channels’ and ‘Best content campaign to assist with corporate positioning.’ The programme recognises all aspects of creativity in corporate communications, showcasing those that craft expert communication for all audiences.

Previous gold winners include HSBC, for its content strategy used to share the organisation’s CSR’, and BP and Lonely Leap, for its creation of a documentary that brings together artists and sitters to talk about their personal experiences behind their paintings.

Brittany Golob, publishing editor of Communicate magazine, says, “One of the joys we have discovered through the past three years of the Corporate Content Awards has been the ways in which the use of content has changed to suit the needs of storytellers. Whereas our first winners list featured those with excellent print or written content, this year, it has been audio that has excelled.”

The Corporate Content Awards will open its entries the 12 May and will be accepting entries until 16 October.