This promoted content is produced by a publishing partner of Open Mic. A paid-for membership product for partners of The Drum to self-publish their news, opinions and insights on thedrum.com - Find out more
Zone and Guide Dogs triumph at the Corporate Content Awards
February 17, 2020
Zone’s work with Guide was awarded silver at the Corporate Content Awards.
This achievement at the awards recognises Zone’s 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 Brewery, in central London, the 2020 event welcomed attendees from a variety of companies and agencies, all vying for the coveted prizes on offer.
Comedian, impressionist and star of radio 4, Luke Kempner, was on-hand to present the evening’s proceedings. Luke kept the audience entertained, while a variety of guest presenters announced the winners of 27 categories, of which Guide Dogs was commended in the “Best use of content in a social context” category.
Andrew Thomas, publishing editor of Communicate magazine and founder of the Corporate Content Awards, says, “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 third year of the Corporate Content Awards has been a massive success, and those who won certainly have much to be proud of. We had an astonishing increase of 52% on entries this year, so to have walked away with a gold, silver, bronze or highly commended trophy is a major achievement.”