PRCA Digital Award Winners

We were thrilled to pick up another award with our clients, KPMG UK, for our work on the ‘The Business of Brexit’ #podcast that we helped produce and launch – now renamed ‘Perspectives on the New Reality’.

The podcast won ‘Best Use of Audio in a Campaign’ at PRCA’s #PRCADigital Awards

This has been a fantastic project to work on and after producing the first twenty episodes, we’ve now handed over the production to KPMG UK’s in house team, whilst we now work on a new project for them, creating social assets for their internal WFH Podcast series.

Partnering with the Women In Marketing Awards

We’re extremely proud to supporting the Women In Marketing Awards 2020

We’ll be producing an episode of the csuite podcast next year featuring some of the winners discussing their campaigns and what it means to win the award.

Launched in 2010, the WiM Awards were established to recognise the economic, social influence and impact of women to millions. They have given recognition to inspirational women and male equality advocates across the globe, from some of the biggest brands – Google, HP, Unilever, Burberry, SAP and Live Nation to name but a few.

WiM Awards 2020 marks the ten year anniversary of the awards and we are proud to supporting the event. We’ll be producing an dedicated episode in 2021 featuring some of the winners discussing their campaigns and what it means to win the award.

2019 Highlights

It’s been a great year for Audere Communications and so I’d like to say a massive thank you to all our clients who have continued to put their faith in us to help them create engaging content, the wonderful attendees I’ve had the pleasure of training at our workshops and the amazing podcast guests that we’ve had the pleasure of working with and learning so much from.
Here are a few favourite highlights from the last 12 months
Brexit – the gift that kept on giving!
In January we helped launch KPMG UK’s Business of Brexit podcast series, which we thought would all be done and dusted by the summer.  However, with every extension that the UK was given to stay in the EU, we were invited back to KPMG’s Canary Wharf offices to continue to produce the series, and in December, we recorded Episode 16.

Business of Brexit guests

Business of Brexit Ep.1 – L-R: KPMG’s James Stewart, Yael Selfin, Tim Sarson; Mark Essex and Punam Birly

The show is hosted in the main by the company’s Vice Chair, James Stewart, alongside expert guests who join him either at their offices or remotely online from within the organisation and from across industry, plus we’ve included pre-recorded segments in a number of episodes.
KPMG UK have also asked to us produce their Ten Minutes of Tax series and a first internal comms podcast too.
The csuite podcast continues to grow
The csuite podcast provides a fantastic platform for those clients who have a story to tell and want to create a podcast, but don’t necessarily want to commit to producing a whole series of their own.  Partnering with the csuite podcast enables them share their content through their owned channels, and this worked successfully for new clients in 2019 such as British Business Bank and Cirkularis8 – as well as those who we regularly work including Ministry of Justice, FutureBrand and CFA UK.
We were also thrilled to be invited back to FleishmanHillard Fishburn recently to partner on an episode discussing their latest Authenticity Gap, out in January, plus we’ve partnered with Communicate Magazine and PR Week to produce episodes from events of theirs, launched a special series of episodes with Tyto, where we will be interviewing 10 Unicorn CEOs, the first of which went live in December with Darktrace’s Poppy Gustafsson, and of course, for the fourth year running, were based at ICCO’s House of PR to produce episodes from Cannes Lions where we recorded our first episode in front of a live audience, with Sir Martin Sorrell and Marian Goodell, CEO of Burning Man Project.

Sir Martin Sorrell and Marian Goodell

Chatting with Sir Martin Sorrell and Marian Goodell

Podcast Award Winners
In February, we won Gold at the Communicate Corporate Content awards for Best Use of Audio for our Arable Aware podcast series that we produced on farms around the UK for Adama Agricultural Solutions.  This was the second year that we’d worked with Adama on the project, and it was amazing to get this recognition for all the hard work that went into producing the magazine style show that had the aim of providing UK arable farmers and agronomists with the latest crop protection news and advice, thought-provoking content and seasonal messages.

We’re now hoping to hold on to our crown, as we’ve been shortlisted for the same award again for 2020, this time for our work with KPMG UK on the Business of Brexit – wish us luck!
Loads more workshops
Our workshops continue to be as popular as ever, and we really appreciate all the positive feedback we get from them.  We’ve run training sessions for our own clients including CFA UK and Forsters on topics of Podcasting and Producing Video for Social Media, as well as for members of the PRCA.

We’ve finished our year taking bookings from new clients including Brandcast Media and Aon to run training in early 2020.  If you’re considering doing the same, here’s a taster of some of the feedback we’ve received this year:

“Expect info-packed presentations from Russell which trigger ideas and energy.  He is as generous with sharing content and knowledge as he is modest about his achievements.”  – Jennie Wilde, Managing Director, Carver Wilde Communications
“If anyone is new to working cross border or doesn’t have any existing in-house experience and is having to translate and localise comms outputs I can highly recommend the Translation, Localisation and Transcreation workshop run by Russell Goldsmith. Fantastic webinar jam-packed with useful advice” – Lindsay Monaghan, EMEA Marketing Executive, Allflex Livestock Intelligence
“Russell is a really enthusiastic trainer with an immense amount of practical knowledge to share.” – Natalie Oates, Communications Manager, Anchor Hanover
“Russell and Pete from Audere Communications adopted an energetic approach to this project and really understood our business needs.  They created, planned and delivered a comprehensive training programme with a carefully balanced a combination of theory and practical skills expertly crammed into one day!” – Fiona Edwards, Head Marketing & Communications, CFA UK
“Russ’s podcasting workshop was really interactive and provided a practical grounding in how to create an engaging podcast. Russ has also been very helpful and supportive with any follow-up queries which I’ve found is unusual for a trainer.” – Hannah Pollak, Senior Account Manager, JBP
“Russell’s webinar was packed with real-life examples and killer stats that help demonstrate the power of video. I would thoroughly recommend to all PR professionals.” – Ali Gibson, Account Manager & Video content specialist, 8020 communications

Podcasting on Ice
We were thrilled to have won the pitch to produce Direct Line’s ‘Living Your Best Life with Saira Khan’ podcast series alongside Frank PR.  What we loved about this project was that the client went with our idea of recording on location at an ice rink – tying in nicely with Direct Line’s new ad campaign, and of course, with the fact that Saira was one of the stars of Dancing on Ice.

Saira Khan and Stuart Holliday promoting their podcast in a series of radio interviews

We supported the campaign by carrying out a consumer survey with our research partners at Yolo Communications, and then promoted the podcast through a series of BBC and Commercial Radio interviews that we set up for Saira and life coach Stuart Holliday.
Filming at Cannes Lions
As well as recording the csuite podcast at Cannes Lions, we also had a film crew there producing videos for ICCO PR showing highlights of the talks and events taking place from their House of PR.

Getting on a Spotify playlist with John Legend
A personal Cannes Lions highlight had to be giving a talk on the Lions Health stage with Zuleika Burnett, Creative Director of Havas Life Medicom, on the Power of the Spoken word and benefit of podcasting to Healthcare.
The session went down so well, that it was shortlisted by Spotify as one of the top 10 talks from the week, out of over 300 talks given, and they included it on a playlist alongside the likes of John Legend!  Listen here.

Presenting at Cannes

Presenting at Cannes Lions

New client claxon
It’s always exciting to win new clients, and as well as some of those mentioned already, we’re now four episodes in to producing Oxera’s Agenda Podcast – Beyond the Bottom Line, which recently took us to Paris to record their latest episode.
After interviewing their Commercial Director about Mental Health and wellbeing on the csuite podcast episode that we recorded at Mad World, we were invited to start work for Bupa Global, recording audio content at their end of year Broker Event, that they are sharing across their LinkedIn feed.

We also launched a new podcast for CFA UK to support their ESG course, working closely with Vested, plus Frank PR brought us back in to create a podcast series to help launch Hey Car in the UK, where we recorded a series of episodes hosted by Vernon Kay with guests, Harry Judd, Jasmine Birtles and Ian Haste.

And those were just the highlights!
All in all a pretty enjoyable year!
On to 2020…

CIPR adds new csuite podcast episodes to its CPD programme for 2019

We are thrilled to confirm that for the third year running, the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) has added more csuite podcast episodes to it Continuing Professional Development programme (CPD).
The CIPR states that CPD puts its members in the driving seat of their own career, gaining the knowledge and skills they need to progress.
Over 2000 of the CIPR’s members take part in CPD, which is the only route for them to become a Chartered PR Practitioner.
Eleven episodes of our csuite podcast series, that we produced over the last twelve months, have been added to the programme, meaning that those CIPR members taking part in CPD will receive 5 CPD points for listening to each podcast if they log it at their My CPD.
The episodes added to the programme are:

The Internet of Things
Produced in partnership with the European PR agency Tyto, in this episode, we discuss their Hype Report on the Internet of Things, hearing from a number of experts who contributed to it. Featuring:
Practical Futurist, Andrew GrillAbraham Joseph, Founder of IOT insightsStephanie Atkinson, CEO of Compass IntelligenceDan Yarmoluk, Director of Business Development for IoT and Data Science at ATEK Access TechnologiesRich Rogers, Senior Vice President for IoT Product & Engineering at Hitachi Vantara (at the time of recording); Tyto’s Managing Partner Brendon Craigie
 
 
 



Mental Health & Wellbeing in the Workplace – Mad World Forum
Recorded at Mad World, and produced in partnership with Nuffield Health, our guests were:
Sir Ian Cheshire, Chair of Barclays UK and Campaign Chair of Heads Together; Professor Dame Carol Black, Principle of Newnham College, Cambridge and Expert Advisor on health and work to the Department of Health and Public Health England; Brendan Street, Nuffield Health’s Professional Head of Emotional Wellbeing; Dr. Shaun Davis, Global Director of Safety, Health, Wellbeing & Sustainability, Royal Mail Group; Jessica Hayes, Head of Talent, McCann Worldgroup; Jack Parsons, CEO, Big Youth Group; Becky Thoseby, Group Head of Wellbeing, Department for Transport; Ian Howarth, HR Specialist in Wellbeing at Fujitsu; Dr Judith Grant, Director of Health & Wellbeing, Mace
 
 


World Travel Market
Recorded at the World Travel Market, 2018, we partnered up with some of the exhibitors and delegates to get a flavour of what was being discussed at the event. Our guests were:
Mark McVay, Chairman, UKinbound; Dr. Kevin Ashbridge, VP for Global Travel & Leisure Solutions, SDL; Hon. Edmund Bartlett, Minister of Tourism, Jamaica Tourist Board; Richard Fraiman, Chief Executive, Good Hotel Guide; José Luis Egas Ramirez, Undersecretary of Markets, Investments and International Relations, Ministry of Tourism of Ecuador
 
 
 


Behavioural Finance
Recorded in partnership with CFA UK from their conference in London on the topic of ‘Behavioural Finance in the age of algorithms’, we interviewed the five speakers from the event. Our guests were:
1. Markus Schuller, Founder and Managing Partner of Panthera Solutions
2. Philippa Clough, Portfolio Manager at JP Morgan Asset Management International Equity Group
3. Kristina Vasileva, Senior Lecturer in Finance at Westminster Business School
4. Shweta Agarwal, a member of BlackRock’s Risk & Quantitative Analysis Group
5. Magda Osman, a Reader in Experimental Cognitive Psychology at Queen Mary University of London
 
 
 


Social Mobility
Produced in partnership with the UK’s Ministry of Justice, to coincide with Social Mobility Live, our guests were:
Shaun McNally CBE, Chief Executive, Legal Aid Agency and Social Mobility Champion at the Ministry of Justice;
Jenny Baskerville, Co-Head of Inclusion, Diversity and Social Equality, KPMG; Nicholas Cheffings, Partner and Past Chair, Hogan Lovells and Chair of PRIME
 
 
 
 



How Connected Brands Drive Growth
The latest FutureBrand Index highlighted how the most future proofed companies consistently align the totality of the experiences they create with their wider corporate purpose and that was the focus of this episode, which was produced in partnership with FutureBrandand featured:
Kerry O’Callaghan, VP for Global Brand at GSK; Jeremy Waite, Chief Strategy Officer at IBM; Jon Tipple, FutureBrand’s Worldwide Chief Strategy Officer
 
 
 


VC and Female Founders Report
Produced in partnership with British Business BankDiversity VC and British Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (BVCA) to coincide with the release of a new report from all three organisations, commissioned by HM Treasury, which highlights the fact that female start-up founders are missing out on billions of pounds of investment.  Our guests were:
Alice Hu Wagner, Managing Director for Strategy and Economics, British Business Bank; Francesca Warner, CEO and Co-Founder of Diversity VC; David Mott, Chair of the BVCA’s Venture Capital Committee and Founder Partner, Oxford Capital
 
 


How To Create Award-Winning Corporate Content
Produced in partnership with CFA Society of the UK and recorded at their Professionalism Conference, this episode features some great interviews, including:
Produced in partnership with Communicate Magazine, where we spoke to two of the winners of their Corporate Content Awards.  Our guests were:
Brittany Golob, Communicate’s Publishing Editor; Dagmar Mackett, Director of Film, Video and Motion, DRPG;
David Boardman, Director of Communications and Engagement, MyCSP
 
 
 


Fintech Interactive Forum
Recorded in partnership with CFA UK from their Fintech Interactive Forum, ‘Asset management: Rise of the machines’, our guests included:
Mikey Shulman, Head of Machine Learning, Kensho; Vinay Jayaram, CEO and co-founder of Envizage; Julie Chakraverty, CEO and founder of Rungway; Yasin Rosowsky, Head of AI Research at Arabesque; Clare Flynn Levy, Founder and CEO, Essentia Analytics; Tim Grant CEO, DrumG Technologies; Geoff Kates, CEO, HTF Group
 
 
 


How Businesses Are Innovating For Long-Term Success
Produced in partnership with FutureBrand to coincided with the launch of TerraCycle’s groundbreaking LOOP initiative in North America our guests were:
Jon Tipple, FutureBrand’s Worldwide Chief Strategy Officer and Laure Cucuron, General Manager of TerraCycle
 
 
 
 
 


FutureBrand Country Index
Produced in partnership with FutureBrand to discuss the launch of their latest FutureBrand Country Index.
Ben Bland hosted the show and was joined by Jon Tipple, Global Chief Strategy Officer, FutureBrand; Rowan Williams, Creative Lead, Panasonic Design London, with contribution from Conrad Bird, Director of the Great Britain campaign at the Department of International Trade
 
 
 
 


All previous shows of the csuite podcast series are available at csuitepodcast.com as all podcast apps – search ‘the csuite podcast’.
There is also a growing community on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter, where you can get involved in the discussion.
Finally, if you subscribe to the show, please do give it a positive rating and review on iTunes in particular as this helps it up the charts!

Audere Communications & ADAMA Agricultural Solutions win Gold at the Corporate Content Awards

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.

CIPR adds new csuite podcast episodes to its Summer of CPD programme

We are thrilled to confirm that for the second year running, the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) has added a number of our csuite podcast episodes to it Continuing Professional Development programme (CPD).
The CIPR states that CPD puts its members in the driving seat of their own career, gaining the knowledge and skills they need to progress.
Over 2000 of the CIPR’s members take part in CPD, which is the only route for them to become a Chartered PR Practitioner.
Eight of the podcasts that we produced over the last twelve months have been added to the programme, meaning that those CIPR members taking part in CPD will receive 5 CPD points for listening to each podcast if they log it at their My CPD.
Koray Camgoz, Public Relations Manager, CIPR said: “The csuite podcast has a earned a reputation for its thought provoking content and cutting edge analysis of industry issues. We’re thrilled to be able to share these podcasts with our members as part of our Summer of CPD campaign. The summer is the perfect time to take stock of your professional goals and learn about developing areas of practice. These podcasts provide members with an excellent opportunity to do that.”
The episodes added to the programme are:
Driving Cultural Transformation
The first of three special episodes recorded in partnership with Microsoft from their Future Decoded event in ExCeL, London and featuring:
Clare Barclay, COO Microsoft UK
Ian McLaren, Finance and Contracts Director at London Midland
Hector Minto, Microsoft’s Accessibility Evangelist for EMEA
Andrew Cook, Microsoft’s Senior Product Marketing Manager for Firstline
Patience Wootton of Dentsu Aegis Network
 
 



UK Tech Influencers – Top 500 Power List
Recorded in partnership with Tyto to discuss the launch of their ‘Tyto Tech 500 Power List‘, which consists of the top 500 Technology influencers in the UK. Guests in the studio were:
Ellen Raphael, Head of Insight, Tyto
Brendon Craigie, Managing Partner, Tyto
Dr Sue Black OBE, Technology Evangelist and UK Government Advisor on Digital Services
Jeremy Waite, IBM’s Global Leader of CMO Programs
Plus we also hear from Anne Boden, CEO of Starling Bank
 
 


Readying business for the big data revolution 
Produced in partnership with the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants, we were joined by:
The Association’s, Associate Technical Director, Peter Simons
Simon Jeffery, Group Manager for Technology & Management Information Systems at Siem Car Carriers.
 
 
 
 
 



The Content State Of Mind – Attitudes to Branded Content  
James Erskine, Managing Director of The Big Shot discusses the findings of his agency’s latest research into consumer attitudes to branded content.
He was also joined by Hannah Bourne, Marketing Director Children’s at Penguin Random House UK who talks about working with online influencers.
 
 
 
 



How To Create Award-Winning Corporate Content
We speak to some of the winners from Communicate Magazines’s 2018 Corporate Content Awards. In the studio were:
Amaris Cole, Digital Communications and Content Manager at the Church of England
Tim Turner, Content Director at content marketing agency, Wardour
Andrew Thomas, Founder of Cravenhill Publishing, the publishers of Communicate magazine and the organisers of the Corporate Content Awards.
We also hear from Nathanael Moyers, Head of UK Corporate Communications at Arcadis and Ashish Babu the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer for Tata Consultancy Services in Europe and the UK.
 



Wellbeing in the Workplace
Sponsored by Nuffield Health and recorded at the Endeavour Search & Selection Wellbeing Seminar, we spoke with a number of the morning’s presenters, including:
Geoff McDonald, former Global VP for HR at Unilever, who talked about the need for companies to embed purpose as a driver of their business performance and why it’s so important for people to talk about their mental health
Alaana Linney, [at the time] Director of Business Development, Nuffield Health on their holistic approach to health and wellbeing and understanding data
Monica Kalia, Co-founder, Neyber on financial wellbeing.
Alan Fogarty, Partner at Cundall on how a building can impact on the wellness of those working within it.
Holly Price, Training & Development Director, Keltbray Group & Daniel Raine, Global Director Consulting & Business Intelligence, HRG Worldwide shared their company’s wellbeing journeys.
Kirsten Samuel, CEO of Kamwell on implementing wellbeing programmes



The Investment Professional of the Future
Produced in partnership with CFA Society of the UK and recorded at their Professionalism Conference, this episode features some great interviews, including:
Dame Helena Morrissey, Head of Personal Investing at Legal & General Investment Management on Trust and Diversity
Jeremy White, Executive Editor of Wired, on AI, Blockchain and Facebook
Ben Page, Chief Executive of Ipsos MORI on ‘Trust and the State of Britain in 2018’
Gary Baker, CFA Institute’s Managing Director EMEA and Gerry Fowler, Chairman, CFA Society of the UK discuss expectations of a Professional, Ethics and Value
Patrick Hudson, Professor Emeritus in The Human Factor in Safety at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands on ‘How High-Hazard Industries Manage Safety’
James Parsons, Leadership coach at Untapped Talent on ‘The Hidden Drivers of Ethical Behaviour’



Business & Government Partnerships
Produced in partnership with the Cabinet Office, in this episode we discussed how the work being carried by its Business Partnerships team, is building successful, long-term partnerships between business and government to deliver the voice of business into policy development and transformation, with the main aim of tackling the UK’s biggest social and economic challenges. Our guests in the studio were:
Shevaun Haviland, Deputy Director for Business Partnerships at the Prime Minister’s Office and Cabinet Office
Ann Pickering, CHRO and Chief of Staff at Telefónica UK (O2 in the UK)
Caroline Mason CBE, the Chief Executive Officer of the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and Co-Chair of the Inclusive Economy Partnership
 
 


All previous shows of the csuite podcast series are available at csuitepodcast.com as well as SoundcloudiTunesTuneInacast, Google Podcasts and Stitcher.
There is also a growing community on Facebook and Twitter, where you can get involved in the discussion.
Finally, if you subscribe to the show, please do give it a positive rating and review on iTunes in particular as this helps it up the charts!

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Audere Communications launches new crop protection podcast for Adama UK

Audere Communications has launched a new podcast series for Adama Agricultural Solutions UK Ltd. (Adama) with the aim of providing UK arable farmers and agronomists with the latest crop protection news and advice.

The new ArableAware podcast will be a magazine style show, with each episode recorded on a different farm around the UK, containing a range of topical features, industry news, interviews with farmers, agronomists and other industry experts as well as Adama’s own fungicide and herbicide specialists.
“Podcasts are growing in popularity as a means of divulging targeted information to a specific audience,” explains Abbie Bieny, Adama’s digital marketing specialist.  “We recognise that farmers spend a lot of time alone in their tractor cab or farm vehicle, especially during the busy drilling, spraying and harvesting seasons, and wanted to provide them with interesting, relevant and thought-provoking audio content that they can download and listen to at their convenience.
“Making content available to listen to in this format will allow us to share our key messages with a captive and focused audience and is the ideal format for the industry to discuss a range of issues affecting UK arable crop production and protection.”

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L-R: Adama UK specialists Andy Bailey and David Roberts; Podcast Host, Russell Goldsmith and Strawson Ltd’s in-house agronomist Ian Holmes


The first episode of ArableAware includes specific T0 crop protection advice, the latest thoughts on Broad Leaved Weed resistance and an exclusive interview with farming podcast pioneer, Will Evans of Rock & Roll Farming, to hear his thoughts on the role of podcasts in improving knowledge sharing within the agricultural community.
Russell Goldsmith, Founder of Audere Communications, who also hosts the first ArableAware episode said “Podcasts are becoming an important part of a brand’s content strategy, reaching audiences in places other formats can’t necessarily achieve as easily and in such a personal manner.  Adama recognised this opportunity as a way of engaging with farmers and agronomists in particular and it’s been really exciting to plan, produce and launch the new series for them.”
The first episode of ArableAware is available to download from iTunes (search ‘ArableAware’) or at uk.information-hub.adama.com/arableaware

Audere Communications & Microsoft win Silver at the Corporate Content Awards

We were thrilled to have picked up the first award for the csuite podcast at the inaugural Communicate magazine Corporate Content Awards, an achievement that recognises our excellence in creative content, corporate storytelling and communications.
corporate content award
The Corporate Content Awards benchmark the use of narrative to call corporate audiences, across owned, earned and bought media. Held at the VSC, in Central London, the 2018 event welcomed attendees from a variety of companies and agencies, all vying for the coveted prizes on offer.
We received a Silver for Best Use of Audio for the episodes of the series we produced in partnership with Microsoft UK from their Future Decoded event, so thanks go to Scott Allen & Victoria Oakes from Microsoft for bringing us on board. You can read the full case study of the work here.
We can now officially say we have an Award Winning podcast! 
Many thanks to Andrew Thomaspublishing editor of Communicate magazine and his team for a well organised night.
And talking of podcasts, we produced the below episode of the csuite podcast with Andrew and some of the winners from the night talking about what it takes to create award winning corporate content.

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