The Communications Council partners with Little Black Book to give members access to global publication, global award show & Cannes event
The partnership with LBB [lbbonline.com] will earmark The Communications Council (TCC) and Commercial Producers Council (CPC) members to the world and provide access to a global advertising audience and bespoke marketing tools for an exclusive discount. LBB will be providing TCC and CPC members with a 10% discount on all annual membership subscriptions through an exclusive partnership, to help promote members to a wider audience globally.
As part of the deal, TCC and CPC members will now be differentiated on LBB’s website with a TCC or CPC icon. The new icon will make members instantly recognisable amongst their peers globally.
LBB has also developed a feature in which members will have exclusive access to feed their own websites, blogs or social channels with LBB content using a widget or unique RSS Code. This new functionality has been built-in to provide members with a hassle-free content stream that will save time posting content on several different channels at once.
LBB is the fastest growing online platform for the advertising, marketing and communications business. Its readership base is made up of over 250,000+ unique monthly visitors in 150 different countries. Their audience breakdown comprises: 40% agency; 40% brand marketing managers; and 20% production and post-production.
Additional member benefits:
Members of LBB can access all the benefits of the platform and its events from as little as £450 a year (850 AUD)
Since 2011, it has been providing its own member companies with a space to share news and engage with the in-house editorial team. Your opinion pieces can be viewed globally.
It now also boasts one of the biggest free-to-view creative archives and access for you and guests to one of Cannes Lions’ most popular fringe events – the LBB and Friends Beach.
As of 2018, members can now also submit free entries into the prestigious global The Immortal Awards. Inspired by LBB chairman, Sir John Hegarty (pictured below with LBB’s Matt Cooper), The Immortal Awards seeks to challenge the current industry awards model and fuel a League Table of Creativity that will benchmark the best companies in the world, using a fair system. Every member of LBB is entitled to up to five entries, depending on their membership tier. Bronze members receive one entry, whilst Silver members get two entries and Gold members get five.
Request membership details from LBB’s Australian representative Michael Lynch: firstname.lastname@example.org