Congratulations to Bluewater Health on winning a 2019 IABC Gold Quill Award

IABC London would like to extend the highest congratulations to the team from Bluewater Health – Julia Oosterman, Birgit Lacey, Andria Allen-Appeldoorn, Kristina Vanek – who have been awarded a 2019 IABC International Gold Quill Award of Merit in the audio/visual category for their project “Tory’s Story.” The IABC International Gold Quill awards recognize communication…

You know an Outstanding Communicator. Nominate them today!

The London and area community is home to many outstanding communicators. It’s for this reason that IABC London is proud to launch nominations for the Outstanding Communicator Award. Now in its third year, the Outstanding Communicator Award recognizes an individual who exemplifies excellence in communications and demonstrates strong commitment to the profession. Whether involved in…

March is Member Month!

In today’s fast changing world, professional communicators need to stay sharp. IABC has the insights to keep them current. As an experienced communicator, you are expected to get results, even though your resources are often times limited. IABC has the tools to help you deliver. As a communication student, IABC can help you find mentors…

London’s Gaurav Ghose Wins Bronze in Global Internal Communications Contest

Written by Leo Aul, Sponsorship Liaison In November 2018, two organizations known as Contact Monkey and Changing The Terms created an essay case competition known as “The Gorilla Games”. This competition invited communicators from across the globe to think creatively and strategically to solve internal communications issues. Each contestant had the opportunity to submit their…

Post-event recap and reflection: How “Getting Things Done” helped me manage stress and changed my life

Want to talk about
stress? At IABC London’s February event, Chapter President, Andrew Kaszowski, and Professional Development Director, Kerri Loudoun did just that. The event, held at Innovation Works on February 19, featured the duo
sharing their own mental health journeys with attendees. The field of communications and public relations is often fast-paced and dead-line driven, making top ten
lists for one of the most stressful professions. The event gave Londoners in the field an opportunity to gain valuable tools and insights into managing stress, anxieties, and self-advocacy.