User-generated video is no longer a swear word

The second workshop that icandi CQ attended at #smilelondon 2016 was hosted by Seenit, and focused on user-generated video and transforming employees into film crews. Now, in our experience, while communicators like the ‘idea’ of user-generated content, few are willing to experiment. The general sentiment is that “it’s complicated”, “it can go horribly wrong”, “employees […]

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What’s your reality?

On the second day of #smilelondon 2016, icandi CQ attended an introduction to virtual reality for business, hosted by Paulo Tosolini. Paulo previously led new media initiatives at Microsoft and is now the founder of a Seattle-based digital agency, Tosolini Productions, specialising in business storytelling through emerging technologies. He also works extensively with Microsoft supporting […]

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#smilelondon 2016: a recap

The 8th #smilelondon conference took place on 14 November. icandi CQ attended the conference for the first time. We were not disappointed. The day was packed with interesting case studies, engaging content and interesting table discussions. A few key takeouts and highlights: Employee-generated video is changing the internal communication landscape. HSBC has restored the trust […]

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