Partners

Meet our 2017 Corporate Engagement Awards partners. We're delighted to be working with them to find the best corporate partnerships, sponsorships and CSR programmes. Interested in being a partner for the awards? Call +44 20 7998 6263.

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Boost Marketing

http://www.boost-marketing.co.uk/

Boost Marketing is the world’s first and largest award entry consultancy. Their team of dedicated consultants have helped  clients (ranging from SMEs to Multinationals) win over 850 credible business awards. If you believe that you deserve an award, but do not have the time or expertise to compose powerful written submissions or face-to-face presentations, then Boost can help you. Their team of awards experts can help write your entry for the Corporate Engagement Awards. 

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CommsChat

www.commschat.com/

CommsChat is the home of Europe’s most popular communications conversation. Based out of the UK, it looks at all aspects of comms including PR, marketing, reputation management, internal comms and all things digital.

#CommsChat broadcasts from #CommsChat at 20:00 on Mondays (UK time). To actively participate you need a Twitter account, though this is not essential to view the conversation.

Email Amy Sandys if you like to know more or if you'd like to be considered as a future guest speaker 

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Instinctif Partners

http://instinctif.com/

Instinctif combine strategic and creative thinking to help clients engage with and influence their key stakeholders. They understand the power of reputation in a world where reputations are vulnerable. Connecting financial communications to corporate affairs to public policy and employee engagement with the very best in creativity, story telling and digital capability, they help clients to develop a joined up story.

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Project Dirt

www.projectdirt.com/

Project Dirt is the UK's most active network connecting and resourcing community projects. 

Email James Dowdell 

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The Funding Network

The Funding Network (TFN), founded in 2002, enables individuals to join together to crowdfund social change projects.They are the UK’s 1st public open giving circle and have been described as the ‘Dragons’ Den’ for charities. They are a community of givers who have together raised well over £8 million for over 1200 diverse local, national and international projects, through TFN Groups in London, Bristol, Oxford, Belfast, Australia, Romania, South Africa, Toronto to name but a few.

Email Kate Marsh

For supporting partner opportunities contact

Hannah Wilkinson, Marketing assistant

hannah.wilkinson@communicatemagazine.co.uk