Nov. 30, 2012
-- London Business School’s leading publication, Business Strategy Review has won the gong for best corporate publication for profit and public sector organisation category at the seventh annual CorpComms Awards, held in London on Wednesday night.
PressReleasePoint - London Business School’s leading publication, Business Strategy Review has won the gong for best corporate publication for profit and public sector organisation category at the seventh annual CorpComms Awards, held in London on Wednesday night.
"This is an excellent product that delivers the organisation's objectives,"
"It was easy to read and classy." commented the judges
The publication showcases real-world business issues, drawing on insights from leaders and discusses academic theories and trends on business and professional issues such am corporate governance and leadership training. It also provides practical advice and guidance through reviews and executive summaries, with every contributor linked to the School.
According to aura Barnes, Deputy Director of Communications, London Business School, “We’re thrilled to have received recognition for the Business Strategy Review through this award. Over the last few years, the team has completely re-launched the magazine with a fresh new look and rich content from our faculty and other leading thinkers. The success of the publication is testament to the energy and passion which has gone into making BSR what it is today”.
The Business Strategy Review design is by Mosaic and edited, led by business writer Stuart Crainer. The publication now uses multiple platforms to deliver exclusive online information to readers which will include topics on world business leaders, business strategy, leadership and corporate governance. The publication boasts of a monthly e-newsletter going to a readership of over 300,000.
A special edition of the School's flagship publication, which is the BSR Lite version have been commissioned by some of the world's leading brands, including Deloitte and Fujitsu.
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