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10 February 2014
Ordnance Survey's graduate recruitment scheme has launched, offering seven graduates the opportunity to lead the way on developing innovative solutions for digital data.
05 February 2014
A new trial, regarded as a UK first, has been agreed between Glasgow and Ordnance Survey which could lead the way to other data initiatives with local authorities.
CIPR Pride Awards 2013
Wessex CIPR Pride awards 2013
We are delighted to announce that Ordnance Survey’s corporate communications team has won two prestigious CIPR PRide Awards for its work this year, beating strong competition from both in-house and agency teams throughout the region. The awards recognise outstanding public relations in the UK regions and we’re celebrating two gold awards for the Wessex and Channel Islands area.
We won the ‘Public Sector’ category with our OS MapFinder launch and were praised for our successful, cost-effective campaign and a direct correlation of public relations and downloads of the app.
The second award was for ‘Best Use of Social Media’ for our graduate recruitment programme, ‘a great campaign with impressive outcomes which used multiple social media channels to enable Ordnance Survey to target its audiences effectively using case studies, videos, blogs and photos all demonstrating the social and work benefits of working for the organisation.’
If you’d like to find out more about the awards and our campaigns, visit the CIPR website.
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