Features And Opinion

  • Life of pixels
    Corporate animation has its roots in cartoon mascots and live-action video. Why is animation so valuable to communications today? Brittany Golob investigates
  • A history of violence
    A history of violence Countering violent extremism through communications may be the most effective route to reaching the so-called hearts and minds of those most susceptible to extremist messaging. Jem...
  • Profile: Rich Baker
    A story to tell It’s been a year since Rich Baker was appointed to the internal comms job at Carlsberg. He speaks with Andrew Thomas about his early days at McDonald’s and his career path...
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Inspiring insights

As debate between both the speakers and the delegates escalated to fever pitch, the FutureComms15 event (18 June 2015) demonstrated the passion of…
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Trust and reputation

For communications professionals, reputation is everything, so it is important to analyse and demonstrate exactly what reputation means to a business in terms…
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Optimising the corporate website

A corporate website is a valuable opportunity to communicate with stakeholders. A website that is lacking in information, or clarity, is a wasted opportunity…
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What can businesses learn from Cannes Young Lions?

By Paul Foster, senior director, creative content at Getty Images Cannes Lions is renowned as one of the most important events in the advertising calendar. On…
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Design at Cannes

Though the design category at Cannes Lions recognises one aspect of branding, it fails to look into the brand strategy behind the design and thus fails to…
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Lions for PR

Though the PR category at Cannes Lions continues to grow in size, the winning campaigns tend to retain an advertising element due to the growing integration of…
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The Digital Impact Awards honours the best work being done in corporate digital communications. The programme exists to demonstrate the best work in stakeholder engagement and celebrate the creativity in within corporate communications. The awards programme has a long standing reputation in the digital community. Winning an award helps set organisations apart from their competitors, provides the opportunity to sustain current clients, gain new business and engage internal teams.

The Digital Impact Awards is on the lookout for the best work to put forward to the expert panel of judges. If you think your work deserves to win an award and be showcased  on the website and at the prestigious event then submit an entry by 9 July.

Categories include:

  • Best corporate app
  • Best online newsroom
  • Best use of SEO
  • Best use of digital to aid a CR campaign
  • Best digital employee communications

The final deadline is 9 July. Visit the website for a full list of categories and to subit your work. www.digitalimpactawards.com



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