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Does your work inspire and excite? Does it set a new bar in excellence and professionalism? IoIC wants to know about it.

Entries are now open for the IoIC Awards 2015 and you can download your entry pack below.

The aim of these awards is to find the best of the best - the work that challenges, amazes and demonstrates the fresh thinking that keeps the internal comms profession alive.

IoIC chief executive Steve Doswell explains: “Measurement and evaluation have become increasingly important as internal communication teams seek to establish the difference their work makes.

“The IoIC Awards allow you to place yourself at the heart of good internal communications practice as your work is evaluated against the work of your peers.

“For us, the awards are a key part of our ambition to raise standards within the industry and be the voice of our profession - that’s why we offer written critiques from experienced judges in all categories except the ICon awards for personal achievement.”

Five reasons you should enter the IoIC Awards 2015

  • Improve your expertise – you get a full written critique, highlighting areas for improvement to help refine your approach and thinking
  • Justify your budget – use the awards as a way of benchmarking what you’re already doing or to measure yourself against your peers
  • Raise the bar – take your work to the next level and aim higher
  • Inspire your team – reward individuals or teams by showcasing their work, and celebrate together!
  • Enhance our profession – help raise the profile of effective internal communication by entering work that’s proven its value.

Download your entry pack for the IoIC Awards 2015 here
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