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Proud of your website? Win some recognition in the CorpComms Awards 2009!

applause 280 Proud of your website? Win some recognition in the CorpComms Awards 2009!

Are you particularly proud of your online communications this year? Is your corporate website or your online annual report the envy of your sector? Do your stakeholders, from investors through to employees, only have good things to say about them?

Grab some internal and external recognition for both you and your hard-working team by entering one of the online categories in the CorpComms Awards 2009. They are:

  • Best corporate website
  • Best online annual report
  • Best understanding and use of new media

The awards, run by CorpComms Magazine, are now in their fourth year. They aim to ‘commemorate the exceptional work and creativity of this most dynamic of industries’.

The closing date for entries is Friday 10 July 2009, and no entries will be received after 31 July 2009.

The awards event will be held on Wednesday 25 November 2009 at the Park Lane Hotel, London.

For more information, including additional categories, contact details, entry forms and dinner bookings, visit the CorpComms Magazine website.

 Proud of your website? Win some recognition in the CorpComms Awards 2009!
Helen provides a range of freelance web content services, with a focus on accessible, usable copy in plain English. She started out in technology PR for a global firm before moving on to the corporate communications team of FTSE 250 engineering company Balfour Beatty. She was responsible for www.balfourbeatty.com, when she was first introduced to the issues surrounding corporate websites. In 2008, Helen moved from London to Spain, from where she works for a range of private and public sector clients across Europe. She has a first class engineering degree, which might not be the most obvious qualification for a copywriter. However, it has provided her with strong analytical skills and good technical understanding, as well as the ability to communicate complex issues clearly. When not fuelling her interest in accessibility and usability via Twitter (and a frankly out-of-control blog feed), Helen likes to read about language, learn Spanish and German, and spend time outdoors on rock faces. Find out more about her on www.concisecontent.co.uk.
 
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