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.
IPC Media scooped four of the premier accolades - more than any other publisher - at the 2014 PPA Awards last night at The Grosvenor House
IPC Insight, the consumer research unit within IPC Media, has re-launched its flagship research community and appointed Vision Critical as research partner
Consumers are more likely to share through hidden 'dark social' methods - such as forwarding web links or content - than via social media, IPC Media's new Digital Conversations research has discovered
Marcus Rich, CEO of IPC Media has announced (today) a company restructure that removes the business divisions of Connect, Inspire and Southbank, uniting the business as 'one IPC'
With the 2014 World Cup tournament kicking off today in Brazil, IPC Media's World Soccer today makes its debut on Flipboard, a single place for readers to discover, collect and share the news they care about
IPC Media today announces a partnership with Amin Media Group for the launch of World Soccer in Mongolia, aimed at fulfilling the interest that Mongolian fans have in both global leagues and the English Premier League
Now, the celebrity and style weekly, has signed a three-month partnership with Superdrug's sun care brand Solait, which will sponsor Now's Smart Girls Fake It campaign
A restructure of IPC Media's Equestrian editorial team is announced today. The move will see current brand development editor Sarah Jenkins appointed to the new role of content director, responsible for developing content for both current and emerging platforms, as well as leading the editorial team in evolving new commercial initiatives