Your annual review could be amazing. Done well, it could be your shop window, offering audiences a snapshot of the real-world impact you’re having. It could be an engagement tool used by many departments across the year.
But all too often this project is left until the last minute leaving you scrabbling around looking for information from overworked colleagues, giving you little time for thinking about fresh approaches and new formats.
At this event, our brilliant speakers offered practical advice for planning and producing your annual reviews. We also showcased some examples of innovative annual reviews and new formats to inspire you this year.
- Article: What not to include in your annual review – Trina Wallace, copywriter and editor, freelance
- Guide: A year in the life: our guide to annual publications – Jennifer Campbell, copywriter and editor, freelance and Kay Parris, freelance journalist and editor
- Article: Top tips for making your story gathering more strategic – Catherine Raynor, director, Mile 91
Communicating your impact – top class annual reporting – Jennifer Campbell, copywriter and editor, freelance
- If you are a member, you can watch the video of Jennifer’s presentation here, please contact our events team for the password.
Refining the process, focusing the product – Henry Scowcroft, senior communications manager, Cancer Research UK
- If you are a member, you can watch the video of Henry’s presentation here. Please contact our events team for the password.
What if… we went digital only? – Emmelie Brownlee, digital communications manager, Bioregional
- If you are a member, you can watch the video of Emmelie’s presentation here. Please contact our events team for the password.
What if… we embedded impact measurement and communication in everything we do? – Paul Rünz, impact and reporting manager, and Zoe Whitford, communications and marketing manager, The Brilliant Club
- If you are a member, you can watch the video of Paul and Zoe’s presentation here. Please contact our events team for the password.
What if… we thought right outside the box? – Antonio Cappelletti, director of engagement and communications, The Brain Tumour Charity