Who won the CovidComms Awards?

Best online external event

Virtual work placement

Johnson Matthey

Best online internal event

Stronger together


Most effective capital markets communications

Merger between Virgin Media and O2

Liberty Global, Virgin Media, Telefonica, O2

Agency: Finsbury

Most creative use of employee-generated content

'A day in the life' video series


Best use of social media

Virtual cruising: Let's stay connected

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines

Best use of influencers

21 day challenge

Green Cola

Agency: One Fifty Consultancy

Best consumer campaign

Sky Arts: Everyone Together

Sky Arts

Agency: Hope & Glory

Best integrated campaign

Get back on a bike


Agency: Powerscourt

Most effective essential worker communications

Responding to Covid-19

North West Ambulance Service

Best health campaign

Are you listening?

Ambulance Victoria

Best community initiative

Supporting communities through Covid-19


Best charity partnership

Aviva and the British Red Cross

Aviva Best wellbeing initiative

Supporting our colleagues during Covid-19


The ‘Not All Heroes Wear Capes’ Award

Heather Marriott

Patient Information Officer

Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

Most effective leadership communications

Quash quarantine

PC Agency

Best employee engagement initiative


Best embodiment of corporate purpose

With you today for a better tomorrow


Best agency


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

Greene King

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

Hyde Group

Best in-house corporate communications team

Public sector

HM Prison & Probation Service

Best in-house corporate communications team

Private sector

Joint winners

Marks & Spencer


Editor’s Awards

Clan Farquharson 2020 virtual gathering

Clan Farquharson

Coronavirus Appeal

National Emergencies Trust

Agency: Teneo

DHL Supply Chain

Alder Hey Children's Hospital

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