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For the past three months, governments, institutions, media and businesses have only been able to talk about one thing: Covid-19. Many ask themselves, 'when will this change?' According to Alberto Lopez Valenzuela, founder and CEO of technology consulting firm Alva Group that time is now. He writes about how, for the first time since lock-down, multiple businesses are talking about something else, focusing more on environmental, social and governance topics.

Communicate magazine has launched its latest Communicate Lens webinar, in which leading corporate video experts share their insight on how challenging conditions can still lead to high quality productions.

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From CSR to high street stars, here is our pick of the latest in video communications. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag.
From lines of inclusion to banks for transfusions, here is our pick of the latest in video communications. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag.
Over a quarter of PR and in-house comms leaders are aware of the value of video, but are yet to find a way for it to yield justifiable results.
From underarms campaigns to sustainable aims, here’s our pick of the latest in video communications. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @CommunicateMag.
The Corporate Engagement Awards 2020 opens for entries today. The awards, now in its 10th year, recognise the best in relationships and reputation management through partnerships, sponsorships and CSR.
The Comms Lab appealed to agencies, individuals and brand owners to get behind the #ItsOurTime campaign this week to motivate the under-30s to use their vote at UK general election.
From modern murals to fights for sight, here's our pick of the latest in video communications. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag.
Ovarian Cancer Action has just unveiled a new video designed to help protect the next generation of women from a cancer that claims a life every two hours in the UK.
Consumers are changing their purchasing habits in response to bad press about packaging waste, a Europe-wide survey of 7,000 people shows.