CorpComms Magazine is the only monthly magazine targeted at the in-house communicator. Written in a lively and engaging manner, the magazine offers advice and informative articles on a range of topical subjects, such as social and digital media, internal communications, sponsorship and CSR.
Regular features include interviews with leading in-house communicators, experts offering their 'top ten tips' on a variety of topics, and a focus on recent corporate rebrandings. New initiatives include personal views written by in-house communicators and an analysis of developments in the world of media.
The magazine uses a team of experienced and well-respected journalists to write its articles. CorpComms avoids 'advertorial' copy and by-lined copy from agencies or companies selling services, thus retaining an independent editorial stance.
Launched in 2005 as a bi-monthly publication by Cross Border Group, CorpComms was the subject of a management buyout by long standing editor Helen Dunne in July. The magazine is now published by her new company, Hardy Media.
Helen Dunne has worked in journalism for more than 20 years. An economics graduate, Helen started her career on International Financing Review, the weekly bible for the capital markets. She joined the Daily Telegraph in 1993, where she spent ten years, latterly as associate City editor. Helen then spent two years as deputy City editor of the Mail on Sunday, where she was shortlisted for Business Journalist of the Year, before embarking on a freelance career. She has written for many publications, including The Business, Observer, Sunday Telegraph and Sun.
Helen has also written three novels, including Trixie Trader about a fictional City trader, based on a column in the Daily Telegraph.