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UK organisations have been shortlisted for five classes in the 2017 FEIEA Grand Prix.

Are you an award-winner in this year’s FEIEA Grand Prix?

Sixty years after being founded, many things may have changed, but not FEIEA’s commitment to internal communications excellence and its commitment to connecting internal communicators across Europe.
On the 8th of February 2018, the very best of Europe’s internal communications will be recognised at the 2017 FEIEA Grand Prix Awards Ceremony in Paris.

The event is being held on-board the “Le Rive Droite” Bateaux Mouche on the River Seine right in front of the Eiffel tower where FEIEA will be announcing the winners of each class. It’s a great opportunity to meet communication professionals and view work from Europe’s finest.

Before the Grand Prix awards event, award-winning work from across Europe will be showcased at the ‘FEIEA’s Finest’ conference. You will meet professional communicators from around Europe and hear their stories, their challenges and find out best practice, as well as what made them ‘winning’. The whole event is in English.
For further information on how to book for both events and for suggested hotels, please visit the 2017 FEIEA Grand Prix Award Ceremony website or contact [email protected]
The shortlisted UK entries are:

Class 5: Best Internal Magazine / Newspaper - beetroot, Horizon
Class 6: Best Photograph Internal Channel - beetroot, RBS
Class 8: Best Digital Communication Internal Channel - Sequel Group, SBB
Class 10: Best Audio-Visual Project / Internal  - Sequel Group, The Royal Bank of Scotland’s
Class 11: Best Use Of Social Media / Application Internal - Sequel Group, Nationwide
The shortlisted organisations in each class will receive a certificate. Additionally, the overall winner in each class will receive a class winner’s trophy. Take a look at all the classes and shortlisted organisations here.
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