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Reputation, content and digital to define PR agency of future

“Communicating the truth is easier than communicating something that is contrived,” says Guto Harri, director of communications at News UK and former outrider,…
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Restaurant rewards employees and fan base on 10th anniversary

In celebration of its 10th birthday, Yauatcha, a London-based dim sum restaurant belonging to the Hakassan Group, wanted to give its customers a thoroughly…
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Reputation valued

The 2014 PRCA National Conference, taking place today, will serve as a launch pad for some of the PRCA’s recent research on reputation. The study, conducted…
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New CIPR Council rings in governance changes

The PR industry is always changing and always adapting to new situations. It’s only fitting that the association that represents the industry is changing too.…
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Expert speakers headline Employer Brand Management

Investing in a good employer brand means investing in a good reputation. That’s as important in regards to the internal audience, as it is to the external. A…
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Corporate & Financial Awards to celebrate best in comms

The annual report has long been at the heart of communications with investors, analysts, the media and other stakeholders. It is the perennial centrepiece of…
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 Thoughts on the state of corporate reporting hear from these and 18 speakers at Evolution of the annual report October 2, London.

There are only few tickets left to the conference. To book your place head to www.communicatemagazine.co.uk/annualreports

10.jpgComprehension – the acid test of communication

Alastair Fulton, chairman, Accrue Fulton

There is no shortage of advice available today about matters such as the strategic report, integrated reporting, best-practice and web-presence – all of it extremely important. Read more...

 The evolution of 12.jpgcorporate reporting

Ann Marie Fagan, CRM and business development consultant, CtrlPrint

Superior corporate governance and competitiveness is inextricably linked to effective corporate reporting by communicators who are keen to show initiative. Read more...

The strategic rep15.jpgort – round two

Leon Milligan, consultant, Emperor

In 2013, the corporate reporting world changed. A welter of regulation and legislation required fresh thinking as the strategic report became the new cornerstone of the narrative. With such a profusion of change enforced across the annual report,  Read more...

17.jpgGetting the balance right in the strategic report

Richard Carpenter, managing partner, MerchantCantos

With the June publication of the Financial Reporting Council’s final guidance on narrative reporting in the strategic report, it’s the right time for companies to take a  Read more...

Put your money w19.jpghere your users are

Thomas Rosenmayr, founder and CEO of nexxar

With print runs ever-decreasing and page numbers skyrocketing, companies are paying more than ever to reach a shrinking reader audience for hard copies of annual reports. Read more...

Alexandra_Sturdza_2.jpgHow looking differently at your breakfast table could be the first step towards understanding natural capital

Alexandra Sturdza, sustainability consultant, Radley Yeldar

Let’s imagine a perfect breakfast table, just like you see in a TV commercial. There would probably be Read more...



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