IPC's corporate responsibility agenda currently comprises three priority areas:
Community and education, focusing primarily on initiatives within our HQ's local boroughs of Southwark and Lambeth. In addition, IPC supports a charity partner for a two-year period, while several of our brands have their own charity partnerships. These include woman&home, which works with Breast Cancer Care, and Decanter, which supports WaterAid.
The environment, concentrating on the impacts of our buildings and employees, and our supply chain.
The input and involvement of our employees, mainly through volunteering their time and skills, participating in fundraising activities and supporting our environmental priorities.
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.
London, Wednesday 26 February 2014: Arctic Monkeys dominated the NME Awards 2014 with Austin, Texas picking up five awards including three of the biggest awards of the night: Best British Band, Best Live Band and Best Album
IPC Media, a division of Time Inc., will join the publisher’s U.S. titles to make this one of the largest Premium Programmatic Ad Exchanges
The NME Awards 2014 with Austin, Texas has announced that it will be streamed live via NME.com for the very first time in its history
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Elaine Bunting has been appointed as the new editor of Yachting World, succeeding David Glenn, who retires in April
IPC Media today unveils highlights from the latest round of ABC figures for its brands reporting in the period July to December 2013
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The NME Awards 2014 with Austin, Texas is proud to announce that Blondie, one of the most iconic groups of the past four decades, will receive the prestigious NME Godlike Genius Award