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Institute of Internal Communications Awards

30 November, 2020
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The Institute of Internal Communications Awards has announced its winners for the Central and North 2020. We’re thrilled to announce we were awarded two Awards of Excellence and one Merit!

The Institute of Internal Communications Awards is dedicated to championing the impact that internal communication has on organisations, society and people at work. IoIC’s prestigious awards are a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the best of the work we do every day.

We were awarded:

Award of Excellence: Strategic Communications – Most Effective Cultural Change Programme for our Howden Big Picture for Howden

Merit: Strategic Communications – Best Campaign for our Howden Big Picture for Howden

Award of Excellence: Channels – Stand-Out Communication for our Howden Big Picture for Howden

It is a huge honour to be recognised in this way, to be part of a group of amazing businesses.

“If you have a message you need to share with your people and you want to do so in an inspiring and engaging way then I would recommend speaking to Craig, The Howden Big Picture helped us to create a common language and understanding around our strategy with a global audience. I would highly recommend this approach and the process to develop it.”
Pauline Boyne Director of Communications at Howden

The awards night was an online virtual even due to covid enjoyed by over 150 guests. It was a great evening, and even better to take home three commendations. We feel privileged to be recognised in this way and to be in such esteemed company. You can see more from the awards and read about the finalists and winners on the website.

You can find out more about the work we did with Howden for this project and the impact it had for their business in our case study. 

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