Engage Comms shortlisted in inaugural Internal Communications and Engagement Awards

Following on from winning Best Internal Communications Campaign at the Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ (CIPR) Yorkshire & Lincolnshire PRide Awards 2018, we have now been shortlisted in the inaugural Internal Communications and Engagement Awards 2019.

We are shortlisted for our work with Harry Fairclough Construction in the ‘Best alignment of internal communications with external messaging’ category. This comes as we are preparing for the launch event of our new ‘Internal Comms Network North‘ for high growth SMEs on 2 May 2019 in Leeds at which the theme will be ‘aligning your internal and external brand communications’.

Communicate Magazine, the organisers of the awards, said: “For many corporate communications teams, employees are one of their most important audiences. Often cited as an organisation’s most valuable assets, employees are the face of the brand and have the potential to be the most passionate of brand ambassadors. For those companies that communicate effectively with these internal stakeholders, they see benefits not only in terms of engagement, but also on the bottom line.

“The organisations who have been shortlisted represent the best in class in internal communications across the UK. The shortlisted work represents the impact an effective internal communications strategy can have on a business’ success.”

The full shortlist, which includes organisations such as Nationwide Building Society and SSE Energy, can be found here.

The awards are held with the support of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ (CIPR) Inside group and the winners will be recognised at a celebratory dinner on 13 May 2019 in London.

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