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.


This year, digital bank runs and reputational crises have served as a warning to business leaders to take the influence of social media on stakeholders much more seriously.
The Corporate Content Awards 2024 continues to recognise the exemplary efforts at the core of corporate storytelling. The awards' annual benchmarking of successful, genuine and thought-provoking strategies places corporate communications at its core. Those on the shortlist for this year’s Corporate Content Awards exemplify best practice in the development, creation and implementation of storytelling, narrative and content.
Research by communications agency Hard Numbers finds AI innovation in the UK has jumped following ChatGPT's launch.
The Corporate Engagement Awards 2024 is open for entries, providing ongoing recognition of excellence in corporate partnerships and sponsorships, from community involvement and CSR initiatives to arts and culture programmes. This awards programme is set to honour another year of exceptional work across Europe.
Celebrating those who are setting the benchmark for excellence in visual communications through creative flair and innovation, Communicate magazine has shortlisted entries for its Lens Awards 2024. A competitive selection of entries promises to make for an exciting evening.
The Corporate & Financial Awards has been rewarding best practice in cross-sector City communications for over a decade and now enters its twelfth year. Over this time, the challenges corporate communications faces have only persisted as the sector has evolved. For communicators and those that influence the City, the awards offer recognition of quality across corporate communications.
Amid frustrations over the lack of news on the government's corporate governance reforms this week, Workiva’s Amplify 2023 conference showed that ESG and sustainability reporting remain top of the agenda for governance experts.
Criticisms over brands ‘picking a side’ or staying silent on the Israel-Hamas war leave little room for communications blunders.
The DataComms Awards 2024 is open for entries, shining a spotlight on those communications campaigns that are engaging audiences through use of data insights, and demonstrating innovation.