Celebrating those who are setting the benchmark for excellence in visual communications through creative flair and innovative ideas, Communicate magazine’s Lens Awards 2025 is now open for entries.

New data reveals that nearly 90% of tech business leaders believe the current state of their digital platforms are not in shape for the next phase of the internet.


At a time of year when overspending is rife, Visa has chosen to surprise Christmas workers and volunteers with thoughtful gifts.
A report conducted by the Public Relations Consultants Association (PRCA) shows that a significant gap remains between what clients and agencies believe to be the most important qualities in a partnership.
The amount of people working in internal communication is double previous estimates according to a survey by the Institute of Internal Communication (IoIC) and communications consultancy theblueballroom.
The PRCA’s court battle with the Newspaper Licensing Agency (NLA) reaches a critical point with the news that, alongside media monitoring company Meltwater, it will be having its court costs reimbursed by the NLA.
What was once the most-asked for item on the teens’ and tweens’ Christmas list, has now lost most of its lustre – and its credibility, CEO and share price.
As any good employer knows, strong employee engagement is key to productivity.
PR and content marketing are crucial for small charities since they often lack access to the generous advertising budgets enjoyed by the larger charities.
The relationship between business and government is more complex and interwoven than ever before due to the layers of regional, national and international government.
The Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) has released its 2015 board of directors under Sarah Pinch, president of the board.