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Outstanding work by CPL has made the shortlist for the 2017 Institute of Internal Communication (IoIC) national awards.
The IoIC is an independent professional body, dedicated to promoting a deeper understanding of internal communications. The annual national awards scheme aims to seek out and celebrate great examples of work.
CIBSE Journal, the monthly magazine for the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers, has been shortlisted in the ‘publication for members’ category.
Edited by CPL’s Alex Smith, the magazine has gone from strength to strength in recent years, and the past 12 months have seen a redesign and a number of editorial innovations, which have further bolstered its popularity and authority among members.
Meanwhile The Log, the recently relaunched title for members of the British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA), has made the shortlist for ‘best magazine’. CPL won a competitive pitch last year to work with BALPA, and went on to carry out a complete revamp of the design, look and feel of the magazine. A recent reader survey has revealed a major increase in engagement compared with previous years.
The Log was relaunched with a complete revamp of the design
‘Enter the dragons’, a series of drawings by CPL designer/illustrator Zsuzsa Goodyer, earned the British Parking Association’s Parking News a shortlisting in the ‘best illustration’ category.
Zsuzsa was commissioned by editor Rob Coston to create some illustrations to support a feature on buyouts and developments within the industry. She used the threatening reputation that dragons have in western culture to illustrate the article, while at the same time nodding towards popular business TV show, Dragons’ Den."
The awards ceremony will be held in late September in London.