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C4F Awards 2011

C4F Awards 2011

C4F - Communiction for Future

See the future, and the future will see you!

Annual Excellence Awards
for
Communication Professionals

Recognition of outstanding communicators with creative approach and innovative visions on the future of communications!

To be given to individuals with huge influence on the improvement of communications and truly effective contributions in fostering new trends in the development of the communications industry worldwide.

There are two major stages of nominees' selection:
1st stage
Long-listed candidates apply via due entry form (please request it at: forum@forumdavos.com) filed upon due recommendation by a Board-representative of partner-associations for the current year or by a member of the Committee that coordinates WCF-Davos “Communication on Top”.
2nd stage
Short-listed candidates are selected via monitoring of the received applications and any adjacent documentation describing the nominated case or the nominated person.
Final voting procedure is executed by the members of the Committee for WCF-Davos.

The winners receive a trophy of excellence and the right to a participation as a Special Guest in the next main annual edition of the World Communication Forum in Davos “Communication on Top”!

C4F award is positioned in 4 categories:
Titan of the future • Image of the future • Media of the future • Relations of the future

C4F Awards Ceremony & Gala Dinner 2011 took place on 17th February, 2011, at the ground-floor Restaurant in Steigenberger Grandhotel Belvedere, Davos, Switzerland.

THE WINNERS ARE:

Titan of the future -

We live in the New Renaissance era, when a new type of people emerge – people, who are creative in every aspect, available 24/7, committed to the high business and ethical standards of true global leaders. Some call them multitaskers, but we consider them to be the re-born Leonardo-s, the new Titans of our new epoch.

Liz Strauss

Liz Strauss

Winner for 2011

Liz Strauss is a social web strategist and community builder. Coming from a background of publishing, business, and instructional design, Liz understands how people perceive a blog or a product and how head & heart are best engaged to make a fiercely loyal customer.

Interview

Image of the Future -

Visualization has become the language of the future. Nominees for this award are professionals who create stunning images and develop the visual communications of the future.

Diane McEachern

Diane McEachern

Winner for 2011

Diane McEachern states in her "Big Green Purse" blog that the best way to fight industries polluting the planet is to mobilize the world's most powerful consumer force - women. Her message is simple but revolutionary. If women harness their "purse power" and intentionally shift spending money onto commodities with environmental benefit, they can create a cleaner, greener world.

Interview

Media of the Future -

Not long ago we used the term New Media, while currently we often tend to mention Traditional Media and we witness rapid changes in the media industry as a whole, due to which we have become - more than ever - mobile, interactive and social. The award in this category is granted to those who foresee the next step in media development.

Svetlana Mironyuk

Svetlana Mironyuk

Winner for 2011

Svetlana Mironuyk, Editor-in-Chief of RIA Novosti, is a PR professional, she has won several national awards for development of network digital technologies and public relations. She was also recognized as a Media Manager of the year in 2007. She is also a member of a number of civil organizations including WWF and Russian Geographic Society.

Interview

Relations of the Future -

Corporations usually define the state of economics, while corporate communications help to build up competitive advantages. This award recognizes the masters in Reputation Management, Crisis Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility.

James Gillies

James Gillies

Winner for 2011

James Gillies is head of communication at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research. He holds a doctorate in physics from the University of Oxford, and began his research career working at CERN in the mid-1980s. In 1993, he left research to become Head of Science with the British Council in Paris. After managing the Council’s bilateral program of scientific visits, exchanges, bursaries and cultural events for two years, he returned to CERN in 1995 as a science writer.

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