IPC's corporate responsibility agenda currently focuses on three main areas - community & education, environment and the collective input and action from our employees.
Corporate Responsibility (CR) at IPC focuses mainly on our impact on, and interaction with, the community, particularly in Southwark, our HQ's local borough, and on relevant environmental issues. We value highly the input and involvement of our employees through volunteering, supporting our environmental activities and participating in fundraising activities. IPC supports a charity of the year, voted for by the company following nominations from staff, while our brands have a number of charity partnerships.
In support of our CR programme, IPC is a member of The Media Trust, The Media CSR Forum, Heart of the City and Better Bankside.
IPC Inspire cycling magazine, Cycling Weekly, has partnered with sports software company Training Diaries to devise and launch the world's first general performance rating system for amateur road cyclists
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Look, the UK's biggest selling fashion magazine, has agreed a six figure deal with Pernod Ricard brand Malibu, that will see the brand deliver a three-month multiplatform campaign to amplify Malibu's fashion credentials
First advertiser to use Amplify
Woman's Weekly, the iconic magazine which celebrates the home, family and lives of UK women, has agreed a deal with Pedigree Books that will see it publish two yearbooks, its most recent foray into book publishing
IPC Media has today launched two further mobile advertising products - Premium Content Suite and Gallery Breakout - two compelling new ways that advertisers can engage with their audiences through IPC's brands
Nuts, the UK's biggest selling weekly men's magazine, has created its first interactive digital special edition for the Apple newsstand
Nuts, the UK's biggest selling weekly men's magazine, has agreed a partnership with MTV to become the sponsor of the second series of its hit reality TV show The Valleys