CovidComms Awards 2020

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Location: Online

We have pressed pause on the CorpComms Awards for one year.

Instead, we want to celebrate excellence in communications during the pandemic.

We have launched the CovidComms Awards, a one-off online awards programme, which concentrates on the work that communicators have created during the pandemic crisis to keep stakeholders, from staff to local communities, informed.

To enter, simply visit www.CovidCommsAwards.com

Information

Judges



Key Dates

Open For Entry
01/07/2020
Early Bird Submission
04/09/2020
Final Submission
16/09/2020
Event Date
15/10/2020

Previous Winners

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To Enter

Sadly, you can’t enter the CovidComms Awards on this website.... to enter them, simply pop across to www.covidcommsawards.com.

We have made it as simple as possible for entrants, because we know you’re busy people.

And we’ve slashed our usual entry fees by more than half, to reflect that we’re all in it together.


And remember: www.covidcommsawards.com

Categories

Most effective leadership communications

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We’re looking for organisations who’ve adapted communication strategies for leaders across internal and external stakeholders.

Most effective capital markets communications

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We’re looking for clear and effective communications that played out well with shareholders. Www.covidcommsawards.com

Best charity partnership

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We’re looking for organisations who’ve adapted or developed charity partnerships to reflect the times we are in.

Best health campaign

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We’re looking for a creative campaign that cut through and resonated.

Best wellbeing initiative

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We’re looking for initiatives used to support front line workers and remote or furloughed employees,

Most effective essential worker communications

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We’re looking for effective and empathic communications that help essential workers feel both cared for and listened to.

Best employee engagement programme

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We’re looking for specific initiatives in respect to the impacts of lockdown and examples of creative ways to keep employees engaged.

Most creative use of employee-generated content

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Colleagues have been sharing content - either work-related videos or personal images. How have organisations used these?

Best integrated campaign

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We’re looking for campaigns that have tailored messaging and delivery methods to reach different stakeholder groups.

Best consumer campaign

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Organisations have found innovative ways to keep in touch and stay relevant to consumers. We’re looking for creative campaigns.

Best use of influencers

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We’re looking for organisations working with influencers to generate engaging, educational and entertaining content.

Best social media account

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We’re looking for organisations that have reflected the new norma in their social communications.

Best online external event

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We’re looking for events either planned as physical ones and forced to adapt or bespoke online events.

Best online internal event

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We’re looking for events either planned as physical ones and forced to adapt or bespoke online events.

Best embodiment of corporate purpose

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Actions speak louder than words.

Best community initiative

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We’re looking for an organisation who has adapted a community programme in response to COVID-19.

Best agency

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We want to celebrate agencies who went above and beyond... for their clients during this time.

Best in-house team: internal communications

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What role did internal comms play during the crisis?

Best in-house team: corporate communications

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We’re looking for teams who have been central to their organisation’s pandemic response.

Best Zoom Bomb Award

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Not all online video meetings have gone to plan!

The ‘Not All Heroes Wear Capes’ Award

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We’re looking for heroes within the comms industry who have gone the extra mile during the crisis.

The ‘I Want My Life back’ Award

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Who has made the biggest bloopers? (Politicians excluded.)

The ‘Let’s Try Drinking Disinfectant’ Award

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He said what? Who was an absolute eejit? Politicians excluded.

The Covidiot Award

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Not every organisation has got it right... name the wrong ’uns.

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