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Liz Foggitt
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The +Communicate Magazine Corporate Engagement Awards are still accepting entries. The awards programme is Europe’s leading celebration of corporate sponsorships, partnerships and philanthropy. Entries come from rights holders and sponsors (entering either individually or collaboratively) and sponsorship or PR agencies. 

Why is it important to enter?

For rights holders

Winning an award not only benchmarks collaborative achievements but also helps to attract new partnerships. Sponsoring companies want to work with organisations keen to maximise the effectiveness of the partnership and getting on the shortlist proves they do this well.

For sponsors

Being shortlisted for or winning an award draws attention to your work – it ensures that it will be commented on, written about, its life extended beyond that of the campaign. The Corporate Engagement Awards enable you to acknowledge your efforts, your team and the collaborative relation between your company and the partnered rights holder. 

Categories include Best corporate sponsorship to help raise brand awareness, Best communications of corporate sponsorship, Best arts-centred, Best sports-centred and Best charity centres corporate sponsorship activity.  Visit the website for full details, or contact me with any questions.

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Congratulations to all the winners, it was a great night.
The team at World TV made this short film for our friends at Communicate Magazine, capturing the purpose and energy of the Corporate & Financial Awards which were held in the city last Tuesday.

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The +Communicate Magazine Digital Impact Awards opened for entries today. Take a look at the website for a list of categories and rules.

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On 26 June +Communicate Magazine is hosting a morning seminar on HTML5 Communication.

It's estimated that within 2 years 50% of business apps will be on HTML5.

Context - +Benedict Evans from Enders Analysis believes we are in a fundamental transition in the way we use digital information and HTML5 is set to change that further.

Integrated communication - +Andrew Betts from +Financial Times labs shares the creative story behind one of the world's most successful HTML5 sites.

Practical applications - a wider view +Martin Bryant from +The Next Web will provide his observations on organisations pushing ahead with HTML5.

Practical applications - a corporate case study - +Centrica plc were the first FTSE100 firm to develop a HTML5 corporate web app. Simon Henderson explain's the company's approach.

The way forward - +The Group provide views on where digital communications are heading and what the role of HTML5 will be in that future.
Tickets are just £45 and are available through the link below.

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Looking forward to it!
It's the final Google+ for businesses and brands conference in London tomorrow. Here's the final programme with slight adjustments and an additional session:

08:30 Welcome address from +Andrew Thomas
08:40 Context - Jeremiah Caron from Current Analysis
09:05 Panel discussion on strategy with +Oxfam GB and +London Symphony Orchestra chaired by +Adam Cranfield from +Mynewsdesk
09:30 Evaluation - +Giles Palmer from +Brandwatch
09:50 Coffee & cakes
10:05 Search/SEO - +Lee Smallwood
10:35 How Google+ fits into the Google ecosystem - +Thomas Morffew
11:00 Implementation - +Adam Vincenzini from +Paratus Communications
11:25 The vision - +Paul Coffey from +Google UK
11:50 Finish

There are still a small number of tickets available if you want to come and join us tomorrow. Follow the link to book your place or email liz.foggitt@communicatemagazine.co.uk
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