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Who was highly commended in the CovidComms Awards?








Best online external event

Online children's session

London Fire Brigade


Best online internal event

Drip Show

DRPG


Best consumer campaign

Meatballs at home

IKEA

Agency: Hope & Glory


Best health campaign

Fighting back against Covid myths and misinformation

Covid19facts.com

Reckitt Benckiser


Best community initiative

Portsmouth face shields

Airbus


Placing communities at the heart of our response

DS Smith


Best charity partnership

Support for the NHS and local communities across the country

Marks & Spencer


Best wellbeing initiative

Biffa The ‘Not All Heroes Wear Capes’ Award

Penny Bond

LNER Reserve

LNER

Matt Cross

Head of B2B, EMEA

Hotwire Consulting


Nicola Richards

Managing director

Palms Row Health Care


Most effective leadership communications

Sage


Best employee engagement initiative

Being there for Team Yellow

Aviva


Liberty Global Response Fund

Liberty Global


Best embodiment of corporate purpose

Co-operating for a fairer world

Co-op


Protecting people. Enhancing lives

Rentokil Initial


Best in-house internal communications team (fewer than five members)

New Day


Best in-house corporate communications team

Public sector

National Museums Liverpool


Best in-house corporate communications team

Private sector

Inspired Villages



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