We were thrilled to have gone one step further than last year’s awards and progress from a Silver to Gold at the 2019 Communicate magazine Corporate Content Awards, that recognise excellence in creative content, corporate storytelling and communications.

The Corporate Content Awards benchmarks the use of narrative to call corporate audiences, across owned, earned and bought media. Held at the De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms, in central London, the 2019 event welcomed attendees from a variety of companies and agencies, all vying for the coveted prizes on offer.

Audere Communications took home the Gold for Best Use of Audio, presented to us by the evening’s host, Comedian, Suzie Ruffell, for our Arable Aware podcast series that we produce on farms around the UK for Adama Agricultural Solutions, and so thanks must go to the team at Adama for all their support in making the shows happen – Abbie Bieny, Alison Bosher, Andy Bailey and David Roberts. Taking Silver in our category was The Church of England and the Bronze went to AstraZeneca

On the farm, recording ArableAware for ADAMA UK

You can listen to all the previous shows of the series on Adama’s website.

Andrew Thomas, publishing editor of Communicate magazine and founder of the Corporate Content Awards, said, “the Corporate Content Awards has been a fantastic celebration of corporate storytelling. It’s been a celebration of the stories companies have told, of the ways they’ve told them, and the methods they’ve used to get their audience’s attention. The second year of the Corporate Content Awards has been a massive success, and those who won certainly have much to be proud of.”

Following the awards night, we produced an episode of the csuite podcast with Communicate’s Publishing Editor, Britany Golob and two of the other Gold winning campaigns.