The media and social media is dominated by negative virus news but a new campaign backed by Campaign Collective will help to change that.
The communications and marketing world has been urged to have a positive social impact during the COVID-19 pandemic. While it’s generally business for usual for Campaign Collective, which already operates on a remote working model, Simon Francis, Founder Member of Campaign Collective and Chair of the Public Relations & Communications Association Council, said: As the …
Campaign Collective has secured a nomination for the Better Society Awards Consultancy of the Year for the third year in a row.
Why is measuring the social impact of communication is important? Campaign Collective’s annual social impact score has been calculated showing the social enterprise’s contribution to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
A social enterprise, such as Campaign Collective, means that a business will have a positive social impact as well as providing a service. For example, our Members have supported more than 30 campaigns in the past year.
Campaign Collective and The Rooftop will be supporting the Charity Film Awards 2020.
New guidance for non-party campaigners has been published by the Electoral Commission, to promote their understanding of the rules and support them to campaign with confidence all year-round.
The British Council and The Rooftop have agreed a new partnership to feature inspiring social enterprises from around the world.
Campaign Collective has been nominated to retain its title as Better Society Awards consultancy of the year.
The positive impact of Campaign Collective has been validated through a new social value test created by the Public Relations & Communications Association.