All the nominees for the tenth BCP Best of Corporate Publishing have been announced. Throughout March and April, the jury browsed through all 700 entries and came up with a shortlist. All 198 nominees can already celebrate having won at least a silver award honour minimum.
For the third time, Corbis Images is sponsoring the 'Cover of the Year' for the best photograph on a Corporate Publishing Magazine. The gold winners will be announced during the award celebration ceremony on the 27th of June 2012 in Berlin.
‘I have been overwhelmed by the sheer quality of submitted works. To chose the cover that would continue to the next round was a quite daunting task indeed’, says Thomas Mäder, Group Account Manager Germany at Corbis picture agency and jury member. ‘Corporate Publishing Magazines are very well-known for being infused with creativity.’
BCP congress on the 27th of June in Berlin – to mark its tenth anniversary, the FCP and its media partners Acquisa, Horizont, W&V and Werbewoche are hosting a diverse, exciting and international programme at the 'Postbahnhof' event location in Berlin.
Once the congress wraps up, the sought-after BCP awards will be announced during the BCP awards ceremony. Registration forms for both the congress and the awards ceremony plus the complete program can be found on the Internet at www.bcp-award.com.
The BCP Best of Corporate Publishing and its constant torrent of over 600 submitted publications is the largest Competition in Europe. Since 2003, the Forum Corporate Publishing and leading business magazines have been honouring the best corporate publication with the BCP-Awards. BCP celebrates its 10-year anniversary in 2012.
And: Corbis Images expands its premium commercial range and presents the Eureka and Minden Pictures collection. Nature, science and technology are the focus of the collections and show off the vast diversity of Corbis' creative content.
The collections sport over 70,000 pictures, including Minden Pictures and as far as topics are concerned, the images deal with aspects of natural history, ecology, biodiversity and endangered species.
Eureka on the other hand, the second collection, includes a selection of documentary pictures, further expanding the already considerable range of science, technology and medical image archive.
‘The 'Minden Pictures' and 'Eureka' collections offer a diverse library of images -- from natural wonders and wildlife to science, medicine and intricate technology,’ said Edie Tobias, senior vice president of commercial products at Corbis. ‘The collections are representative of the unique offerings we provide our customers to help solve creative and storytelling needs for all projects.’