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Engaging employees with a ‘Nod’ to internal communications

Northern Commerce has been a major player in the London digital agency industry since 2015. In just four years, it’s experienced exponential growth and has gone from working with small- and medium-sized businesses to enterprise-level organizations. While growth is always good, it came with its own challenges, such as how to facilitate internal communications, collaboration,…

Back on board: The family business behind the Virtuoso statuettes

The name may be different but that has not changed the vision of one of IABC London’s long-time supporters. The London-based Nothers Signs & Recognition recently acquired the Toronto-based The Awards Store and has rebranded to reflect the increased diversity of its expanded product line. Now called Nothers The Awards Store, the focus of the…

Looking back on a year of impact and inspiration

IABC London is fortunate to have the strong support of its members and community, and this support has never been greater than in celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Chapter that we have all built. To begin our anniversary, we spent the first half of year sharing stories of impact from our engaged members, including…

Ruby Jubilee – a celebration to remember

By Roxanne Beaubien, Celebration Director IABC London celebrated 40 years in style at the Ruby Jubilee! And what a night it was! More than 150 people gathered at Brookside Banquet Centre on June 6, 2019, to mark four decades of impact and to celebrate four of inspiring London’s community communicators. Joined by founding president Diny…

The future generation of communicators

June is an exciting time for students as they embark on the next chapter in their professional careers. IABC London’s Ruby Jubilee recognized four students between Fanshawe and Western for their academic excellence in the field of communications. With the next generation of communicators entering the industry, here’s what they had to say about their…

Announcing the finalists for the 2019 Outstanding Communicator Award

IABC London is pleased to announce two qualified finalists for the 2019 Outstanding Communicator Award. Amanda Fickling Vice-President, Marketing and Communications, Group Customer Canada Life Dr. Christopher Mackie Medical Officer of Health and Chief Executive Officer Middlesex-London Health Unit The IABC London Outstanding Communicator Award recognizes a leader who exemplifies excellence in communications and demonstrates…

Empowering London leaders to drive inclusion

By Alicia Baertsoen In our rapidly changing employment landscape, employee retention requires more than flexible work hours and additional vacation. At IABC’s latest event, Diversity and Inclusion: Journey Beyond Demographics – which took place on Tuesday, April 30 – workplace leaders across the city came together to learn how to create a culture of belonging….