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Organizer Communicate Magazine
Submission deadline 13 Mar 2020 5:00pm EDT (almost 2 years ago)
Date Awarded 5 Jun 2020 5:00pm EDT (over 1 year ago)
Region EMEA
Details

The Corporate Engagement Awards recognises the most successful and innovative corporate partnerships and sponsorships, and the communication strategies around those collaborations.
More than ever, companies are striving to demonstrate the good in business and how an organisation can engage its partners, support charities and work for communities in which it operates. In turn, these activities showcase successful collaborations that raise brand awareness, and more importantly, build reputation.

2020 Awards Categories
Partnerships:
• Best arts and culture programme
• Best charity, NGO or NFP programme
• Best educational programme
• Best environmental or sustainable programme
• Best pro-bono work for a charitable, social or ethical cause
• Best sports and leisure programme
• Best combined programme

Sponsorship:
• Best sponsorship activity to support or develop a corporate reputation
• Best alignment of brand values through a sponsorship activity
• Best engagement of an internal audience in a sponsorship programme.
• Most effective sponsorship of a single event
• Most innovative sponsorship activity
• Corporate social responsibility
• Best CSR activity/programme to support or develop a corporate reputation
• Best alignment of brand values during a CSR programme
• Best community involvement during a CSR programme
• Best engagement of an internal audience in a CSR programme.
• Best collaboration for a single event
• Most innovative collaboration
• Best foundation

Time:
• Most effective one-off campaign
• Most effective long-term commitment

Communication:
• Best stakeholder communications
• Best internal communications
• Best PR and external communications
• Best evaluation

Process:
• Best collaborative approach
• Best execution
• Best management of a programme
• Best team effort during a programme

Past winners

2019 Past Winners

Partnerships:
Best arts and culture programme
• Gold - Warner Bros. Entertainment & AMPAS, BAFTA, BFI, Chickenshed, Glasgow Caledonian University, IADT, Into Film, NFTS, RADA, Ravensbourne, ScreenSkills & University of Hertfordshire
• Silver - HighTide and Lansons
• Bronze - Edinburgh International Festival and Edinburgh Gin

Best charity, NGO or NFP programme
• Gold - The Daily Mile and Media Zoo
• Silver - KPMG, National Numeracy and Forster Communications
• Bronze - My Peak Challenge and Bloodwise

Best educational programme
• Gold - UBS and The Bridge Academy
• Silver - Young Citizens Charity and FTI Consulting
• Bronze - Battersea Power Station Development Company and EdComs Ltd
• Bronze - Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust and HSBC

Best environmental or sustainable programme
• Gold - WWF UK and Coca-Cola Foundation
• Silver - Barratt Developments plc and RSPB
• Bronze - DP World FZE
• Bronze - Smart Energy GB and Hill+Knowlton Strategies

Best pro-bono work for a charitable, social or ethical cause
• Gold - Publicis Sapient
• Silver - Fujitsu and Macmillan Cancer Support
• Bronze - Dulux and AidCamps

Best sports and leisure programme
• Gold - Enable Sweden, Gålö Foundation and Lundquist
• Silver - Dulux and Threshold Sports
• Bronze - DP World FZE

Sponsorship:
Best sponsorship activity to support or develop corporate reputation
Winner - Simplyhealth

Best alignment of brand values through a sponsorship activity
Winner - UBS and The Bridge Academy

Best engagement of an internal audience in a sponsorship programme
Winner - Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity and Royal Bank of Canada

Most effective sponsorship of a single event
Winner - Heineken®, UEFA Champions League and Edelman

Most innovative sponsorship activity
Winner - Samsung, in collaboration with The Science Museum and Cheil UK

Corporate social responsibility:
Best CSR activity or programme to support or develop a corporate reputation
• Gold - Jazz Pakistan and VEON
• Gold - O2 (Telefónica UK)
• Silver - Battersea Power Station Development Company and EdComs Ltd
• Bronze - Debenhams and Help for Heroes

Best alignment of brand values during a CSR programme
• Gold - Samsung, in collaboration with The Science Museum and Cheil UK
• Silver - Young Citizens Charity and FTI Consulting
• Bronze - AstraZeneca UK Ltd and Ashfield Meetings & Events
• Bronze – Dulux Academy and Outward Bound Trust

Best community involvement during a CSR programme
• Gold - Coca-Cola Great Britain, UKactive, Dundee, Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester, Stoke-on-Trent, Nottingham, Birmingham, Swansea, London Newham, Southampton Local Authorities and StreetGames
• Silver - Beeline Russia and VEON
• Bronze - Coca-Cola European Partners GB and UK Youth
• Bronze - Debenhams and Help for Heroes

Best engagement of an internal audience in a CSR programme.
• Gold - BT
• Silver - AstraZeneca UK Ltd and Ashfield Meetings & Events
• Bronze - Dixons Carphone and Threshold Sports

Best collaboration for a single event
• Gold - Barclays and Unreasonable Group

Most innovative collaboration
• Gold - Samsung, in collaboration with The Science Museum and Cheil UK
• Silver - HighTide and Lansons

Best foundation
• Gold - Wheatley Group and Wheatley Foundation
• Silver - SITA, Computer Aid, PEAS and Wits Foundation
• Bronze - Moto in the Community and Help for Heroes

Time:
Most effective one-off campaign
• Gold - Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), Harry's, adam&eveDDB and ITV plc
• Silver – NSPCC and O2

Most effective long-term commitment
• Gold - NatWest MoneySense
• Silver - Coca-Cola Great Britain, UKactive, Dundee, Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester, Stoke-on-Trent, Nottingham, Birmingham, Swansea, London Newham, Southampton Local Authorities and StreetGames
• Silver - Cotton Traders and Help for Heroes
• Bronze - Internet Matters, BT Group, Sky, TalkTalk, Virgin Media, Google, BBC, Huawei, Facebook, Instagram, Three, Samsung and Goldbug

Communication:
Best stakeholder communications
• Gold - Anglian Water and Spring

Best PR and external communications
• Gold - Goldbug, Internet Matters, BT Group, Sky, TalkTalk, Virgin Media, Google and BBC
• Silver - Dulux, Community RePaint and Resource Futures
• Bronze - Simplyhealth

Process:
Best collaborative approach
• Gold - NSPCC and O2
• Gold - The Walt Disney Company, Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children
• Bronze - HighTide and Lansons

Best execution
• Gold - Hepsiburada
• Silver - The Daily Mile and Media Zoo