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On 21 June, the 2016 Corporate Engagement Awards was held at The Brewery, Moorgate, in Central London. The awards celebrate the best in communications and corporate collaborations.

On 18 June, Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity - the annual festival celebrating brand innovation and communications - begins. Andrew Ferguson, creative director at Ketchum, offers his perspective on why storytelling and creating engaging content is one of the most important discussions to be had.

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On 21 June, the 2016 Corporate Engagement Awards was held at The Brewery, Moorgate, in Central London. The awards celebrate the best in communications and corporate collaborations.
On 18 June, Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity - the annual festival celebrating brand innovation and communications - begins. Andrew Ferguson, creative director at Ketchum, offers his perspective on why storytelling and creating engaging content is one of the most important discussions to be had.
On 16 June, the International Association for the Evaluation of Measurement and Communication (AMEC) held its annual awards ceremony, honouring the best in global communications and research measurement.
Following the great success of the Employer Brand Management Awards 2016, Communicate magazine, in association with Glassdoor, is exploring the development of corporate culture and belonging with an exclusive free webinar session.
The ability to communicate relies, to some extent, on the ability to tell, share and appreciate stories. Stories can inspire, spread messages, change people’s minds; in short, have a huge impact.
The PR industry has grown since 2013 to be worth an estimated £12.9bn, the latest PR Census 2016 has revealed.
In the UK, each year, around 3000 people are killed or seriously injured by the actions of a drink driver.
The annual PRCA DARE Awards identify achievements in regional PR and communications, championing agencies and collaborations which might not otherwise gain recognition at a national level.
The term ‘virtual reality’ may conjure up images of futuristic dystopias where people are literally plugged in to an alternate world. It may evoke feelings of fear or dread or excitement. And it may still seem a long way off. But, the use of VR for corporate communications is right around the corner.