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Corporate reputation relies on great content, says Claire Southeard from Lansons. Lansons was shortlisted in the ‘Best content campaign to assist with reputation management’ category at the Corporate Content Awards

Here’s our selection of the latest in video communications from Japanese zipper brands to Hollywood brand partnerships. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag

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Corporate reputation relies on great content, says Claire Southeard from Lansons. Lansons was shortlisted in the ‘Best content campaign to assist with reputation management’ category at the Corporate Content Awards.
Here’s our selection of the latest in video communications from Japanese zipper brands to Hollywood brand partnerships. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag.
Protecting companies in times of crisis, communicating corporate messaging to investors and shareholders and developing a strong relationship with the media require skill, strategic thought and creative processes. Excellence in these areas of communications is celebrated at the ninth annual Corporate & Financial Awards.
For the fifth year, the Employer Brand Management Awards is announcing its shortlist. After deliberation by a panel of expert judges, the shortlist has set a high standard for work in the attraction, engagement and retention of employees.
Here’s our pick of the latest in video communications from empowered women to ever more threatened turtles. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag.
Brexit has overwhelmed the media, thereby making it more challenging for PR professionals to do their jobs. Katie Finn explores the ways in which PRs can work through the Brexit blockade. Babel is shortlisted for the 2020 Corporate Content Awards.
The PRCA today hit back at newspaper coverage criticising London Mayor Sadiq Khan for investing in in-house communicators.
Here’s our pick of the latest in video communications from Clarity on inclusion to Crème Eggs. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag.
Ignoring disabled people in your marketing and communications means missing a multibillion-pound trick as Emma Gardner explains.