CEB Internal Communications


29 June 2017 | London


Showcasing Internal Communications Excellence

Running since 2012, the CEB Internal Communications Awards is the premium event for recognizing internal communicators from around the globe during a black-tie evening of celebration. Our aim is to support and showcase the great work of communicators who have achieved real, measurable business outcomes in their respective organizations. This year, the Awards will take place on 29 June when a prestigious panel of judges will distribute awards across 9 Internal Communications categories.  

Awards Night

The 2017 CEB Internal Communications Awards is a celebration of the very best in Internal Communications. Guests will hear ground-breaking insights from the most innovative teams and have the opportunity to network with peers from the world’s best companies.

Guests will enjoy a 3-course dinner, drinks, entertainment and dancing.


Schedule for the evening: 

6:30pm Champagne Reception
7:30pm Dinner followed by the Awards Ceremony and Disco
1:00am Close

Pre-Awards Workshops

We are excited to give you the opportunity for additional in-depth learning on the day of the Awards ceremony. The workshops are for small groups of delegates to come together for a day of collaborative learning. Facilitated by CEB's experienced advisors, the workshops are highly interactive and designed to enhance your business acumen and consultative skills. 

The 2016 Awards Winners

See the winners in 2016 and read about their entry initiatives.


Alex Horne

Award-winning comedian Alex Horne is the creator and co-host of the Dave TV show Taskmaster – “funny, revealing, and glorious” (The Times) – which was nominated for the Broadcast Awards’ Best Entertainment Show in 2016.

He’s an Edinburgh Fringe veteran, taking nine solo shows to the festival and has also made numerous TV appearances including Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled (Dave), Dara O’Briain’s School of Hard Sums (Dave), Celebrity Mastermind (BBC1), John Bishop’s Christmas Show (BBC1) and Drunk History (Comedy Central).

“A beguiling blend of the smart and stupid….a real delight.”  The Sunday Times 

Meet the Judges