The business benefits to entering – and winning – the Global Good Awards are numerous:
- These unique awards celebrate hard work and success and are great PR opportunities. We share news of our winners and short-listers with our extensive media database including exposure via the Ethical Performance/3BL international digital platform. Winners also receive a piece to camera video of their team’s reactions to their win on the night;
- All short-listers and winners receive a certificate authenticating their hard work;
- Winners receive a unique piece of wall art, specifically designed and hand-made for the Global Good Awards;
- There’s the value of an entry’s benchmarking aspect because the application process can often force you to look at your business from a different perspective and compare yourself to your competitors.
- ALL entries also receive bespoke feedback, direct from our panel of judges.
- A win, short-listing or nomination can act as a 3rd party endorsement for your business.
- And then there’s employee motivation. Awards recognise the hard work and achievements of your employees so winning one can help boost staff morale and improve motivation.
- And with millennials setting great store about the kind of company they want to work for these days, a Global Good Award win, nomination or short-listing can help you attract talent.
Here’s what our previous winners said…
David Fawcett, customer services manager, Hampshire Highways, Amey and the winner of the Outstanding Individual Corporate Leadership Award 2016 said:
“Amey was delighted to have been successful – it felt like an acknowledgement of all the hard work that has taken place over the last few years… It is fantastic to be acknowledged in this way, especially as the awards are so well known in the corporate social responsibility sector.
However the greatest reward is the knowledge that we have assisted many individuals and organisations over the last few years, especially those individuals from hard-to-reach groups who are now in employment because of Amey’s support.”