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From womb stories to new coca-cola and food initiatives to celebrating Covid-19 warriors, here is our pick of the latest in video communications. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag.

Digital communications have never been as important as now, with the Covid-19 pandemic forcing people to solely rely on computerised technology. David Davies, communications consultant at corporate communications agency Jones and Palmer, explores the benefits that digital reporting can bring to businesses, such as increasing accessibility and enhancing brands.

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If you are not thinking disability, you’re not really embracing diversity. In the first of a two-part series Emma Gardner looks at why including disabled people in your workforce and in your marketing is vital.
The general election may have been dubbed the social election, but research shows that old-fashioned techniques work best, Max McEwan asserts.
Here’s our pick of the latest in video communications from silence and soul-searching at Christmas to a giant leap for Lego. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag.
In-house content creation is set to grow in 2020, according to a new study, but companies can do more to share existing content between departments.
Here’s our pick of the latest in video communications from Christmas cheer to very special deliveries. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag.
Google is the UK’s best place to work based on employee feedback, according to the 6th annual Best Places to Work list by job site Glassdoor.
There has been a revolution in corporate content. Companies have sought to staff internal newsrooms, increase the amount of content they are producing and focus on delivering engaging stories to both internal and external audiences.
Nine out of 10 in-house comms bosses are struggling with content creation, according to a new study.
Here’s our pick of the latest in video communications, from diversity and inclusion to Christmas and festive spirit. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag.