Corporate Eye

Corporate Eye Summary April 30, 2011

  • Not A Royal Wedding Post
    You didn’t think you’d get away without a Royal Wedding post, did you? Anyone who’s spent any part of the last couple of weeks awake, here in the UK, is well aware that a young couple are getting married today. It is rare that an event is of such significance that the entire country is […]


  • Corporate Websites and the Opportunity to Educate
    A guest contribution provided by Forex Traders In today’s fast paced electronic age, corporate communications executives have expanded their distribution options immensely, but with broader spheres of influence, the message at times gets diluted, and the intended goals of the message may sometimes miss their mark. Each audience of stakeholders and potential supporters varies from […]


  • Social Media in a Corporate Context
    It’s that time again… Long-standing readers will remember that I’m a fan of the Social Media in a Corporate Context conferences organised by Communicate – and have been to several of the UK-based ones. The next one is coming up on June 2, in London, at The Grange St Paul’s Hotel (between St Paul’s Cathedral […]


  • Cashing in on the Royal Wedding – 5 Bizzare Royal Wedding Merchandise Options
    Back in November 2010 when Prince William and Kate Middleton announced their engagement, analysts quickly spoke up about the money the royal wedding could bring to the U.K. retail sector. Early estimates predicted that royal wedding-related merchandise revenue could reach more than $40 million. Now, the Royal Wedding is upon us and merchandise with Prince […]


  • How to deal with setbacks in your corporate communications
    I invited Graham Price, a psychologist and executive coach, to write a post for us about dealing with setbacks. Of course, this isn’t only relevant to corporate communications, but to all aspects of life… A newsletter has gone out with a glaring, and rather embarrassing, error. Someone has decided to set the cat among the […]


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