Setting the benchmark for excellence in internal communications for another year, the Internal Communications and Engagement Awards has revealed its winners for 2024, shining a spotlight on an industry that can often feel overlooked.

A day filled with discussion and debate at DataComms Live was wrapped up with a sparkling awards evening, where our winners received the recognition they deserved for exceptional work.


Intendance took to the streets of London to canvas opinion on their rebrand as they announced that they will be changing their name to Treat Digital in the new year.
Globetrotting smartphone and tablet users can now access Cision’s media database wherever they are, as long as they’re using iOS or Android devices.
Following a roundtable discussion on 1 December 2011, Communicate magazine addresses this letter to the International Integrated Reporting Council, IIRC, in response to its Discussion Paper, Towards Integrated Reporting: Communicating Value in the 21st Century.
The PRCA, a professional body representing UK PR consultancies, in-house teams, freelancers and individuals, has withdrawn today from the UK Public Affairs Council over its attempts to create a register of all those working in public affairs.
The PRCA and Pearson in Practice have secured government funding for an industry-wide apprenticeship scheme.
At the time of going to press, Bell Pottinger Group is receiving heavy criticism in the national press and online following undercover research carried out by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism and published by the Independent.
International communications consultancy Hill & Knowlton has launched a new name and identity, Hill+Knowlton Strategies.
In January, 500 UK PR professionals will meet to dance the night away and raise money for Bright One at the PR Prom.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words – but often corporate communicators are guilty of forgetting that maxim.