2020 New Year Honours List

2020 New Year Honours List

2020 New Year Honours List

Queen’s Honours

By Donna O’Toole

Happy New Year! And congratulations to the 1097 people who are starting 2020 with a huge accomplishment: receiving an honour from The Queen.

England Cricketer Ben Stokes, singer-songwriter Sir Elton John and Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain are among the famous faces receiving honours.

But we want to shine a light on the everyday extraordinary people receiving the highest honours in the UK. Over a thousand people will receive awards as follows:

  • 315 people to receive a British Empire Medal (BEM)
  • 397 to receive a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)
  • 229 to receive an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)
  • 100 people receive the highest honour of Commander of the Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)
  • 56 people to become Knights and Dames

Awards are given out for a multitude of reasons, and this year some of those outstanding statistics show that:

  • 789 (72%) of the recipients are people who have undertaken outstanding work in their communities
  • 556 of recipients are women (51%)
  • 8.7% of awards are for work in education
  • Industry and the economy make up 12.3% of the List
  • 14.6% of honours are for work in the Science, Technology and Health sectors

Inspiring Individuals

Honours are given to individuals who have gone above and beyond in their community, charity work, their industry or their field of interest/expertise (sports, arts, subjects etc.)

The level of honour BEM, MBE, OBE, CBE, Knighthood or Damehood, is determined by the Main Honours Committee with guidance from The Queen, Prime Minister and members of the nine specialist committees that consider different areas of society.

This year the honours system has continued to reward individuals who support children and young people to achieve their potential, enhance life opportunities, remove barriers to success and work to tackle discrimination.

How to nominate someone for a Queen’s Honour

Noone receives an award without being nominated by a third party. So if you want to find out how to nominate someone for an honour you can read our handy guide here.

Carry on reading to see just some of the people who made it on this year’s New Year Honours List and for what reason.

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BEM

315 people will receive a British Empire Medal including;

  • Suzanne Barnley – For voluntary and charitable service
  • Richard Frank Elam – For services to Business and the community in York
  • Ruth Lachs – For services to Holocaust Education
  • Isabel Susan Ingerid Oswell – For services to Public Libraries and Entrepreneurship
  • Hannah Maria Phillips – For services to charity
  • Lesley Anne Rudd – For services to UK Energy Markets and Clean Growth
  • Paramjit Singh Sandhu – For services to Community Engagement

MBE

397 individuals will receive an MBE;

  • Mark Edward Apsey – For services to Sustainable Energy and Energy Efficiency
  • Helen Elizabeth Baden – For services to Diversity and Inclusion and the Industrial Strategy
  • Elaine Margaret Billington – For services to Apprenticeships and Young People in North West England
  • Christopher Bridgman – For services to the community in Wolverton and Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
  • Heidi Lorraine Fisher – For services to Innovation in Social Enterprise and Impact Measurement
  • Simon Graham Hunter – For services to Business and the Economy
  • Sally Louise Preston – For services to Entrepreneurship

OBE

229 people will receive an OBE from The Queen at Buckingham Palace, including;

  • Carl Jason Austin-Behan – For services to charity, LGBTQ+ Equality and the community in Greater Manchester
  • Ruth Elizabeth Chapman – For services to the International Fashion Retail Industry
  • Thomas Watson Chapman – For services to the International Fashion Retail Industry
  • Dr Peter David Englander – For services to charity and Philanthropy
  • Simon Neville John Everest – For services to International Trade
  • Mr Keith John Morris – For services to the Insurance Industry and Philanthropy
  • Barbara Anne Vest – For services to the Energy Industry

CBE

The New Year Honours List sees 100 people receive a CBE including;

  • Amanda Melanie Brooks – For services to Economic Growth
  • Jonson Cox – For services to the Water Industry
  • Ian Barrett Curle – For services to the Scotch Whisky Industry
  • Elizabeth Fagan – For services to Gender Equality in Business
  • Ross Maxwell McEwan – For services to the Financial Sector
  • Keith Charles William Morgan – For services to Small Business Finance
  • Philip Henry George Sellwood – For services to Public Policy on Energy Efficiency

Knights and Dames

Amongst those receiving knighthoods and damehoods are;

  • Dr Caroline Allen OBE – For services to Education
  • Teresa Colomba Graham CBE – For services to Small Businesses
  • Professor Sarah Jane Whatmore FBA – For services to the Study of Environmental Policy
  • Professor Anthony Kevin Cheetham FRS – For services to Material Chemistry, UK Science and Global Outreach
  • Peter Kenneth Estlin – For services to International Business, Inclusion and Skills
  • Andrew William Graham Wylie CBE – For services to Business and charity

You can find the full 2020 New Year Honours List here.

 

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Our 2019 Highlights

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Our 2019 Highlights

August The Awards Consultancy

By Donna O’Toole

2019 oh what a year!

It’s been another 12 months of political turmoil, climate chaos and of course Brexit. But despite the doom and gloom, our clients have been shouting about their business successes and winning lots of awards to show how strong their businesses really are!

This year alone we have helped our clients to succeed hundreds of awards including;

  • National Business Awards
  • UK National Contact Centre Awards
  • Utility Week Awards
  • European Contact Centre and Customer Service Awards
  • BusinessGreen Leaders Awards
  • Credit Strategy Utilities & Telecomms Awards
  • International Customer Experience Awards
  • EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards
  • The Learning Awards
  • Growth Investor Awards
  • Employee Experience Awards
  • UK Customer Experience Awards
  • Energy Awards
  • And many, many, many more!

And in April 2019 we celebrated the success of our clients in the most prestigious business award in the world… The Queen’s Award for Enterprise.

One client in particular was very happy to shout about his success. Andrew Burnett-Thompson, CEO of SciChart said, “I couldn’t be happier, or more shocked, to have won a Queen’s Awards for Enterprise for Innovation. Donna’s guidance was invaluable, and without her support and expertise we would have never even entered, nevermind won!

Huge congratulations to Andrew and his exceptional team, as well as our many winners across the UK.

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Donna O’Toole, CEO, Awards Expert & International Judge

To keep our finger on the pulse, August CEO and awards expert Donna O’Toole judges and advises on many different industry awards throughout the year, assessing entries, learning about new trends, and deepening her knowledge of what the entrants need to win each year!

Donna also runs free webinars with awards organisers to help entrants overcome barriers to success and to enter. These awards include; the Growth Investor Awards, the National Business Awards, the UK Employee Experience Awards, Amazon ScaleUp Awards and UK Customer Experience Awards, the Digital Experience Awards, to international competitions including the International Customer Experience Award in Amsterdams, and the Association of MBAs Awards and the Stevies Sales and Customer Service Awards in the US.

Donna says, “Judging the entries is always an interesting activity, and seeing the hard work of the entrants come to life in a face-to-face presentation is a real privilege. It’s an incredibly revealing process, but the best teams always shine bright in the end.

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Team August

We are very lucky to be invited to lots of award ceremonies and events. Definitely, one of the many perks of working in the awards industry!

This year we had the pleasure of attending the National Business Awards, UK CXAs, International CXAs and Learning Awards Finals to name a few. We love hearing the winners be announced and seeing the elation on the teams’ faces knowing we have done all we can to get them on the stage!

But it’s not just parties we attend! Donna has been invited to speak at various events organised by Moore Kingston Smith, Gatwick Diamond Business, Natwest Entrepreneur Accelerator and Supper Club. It’s great to be able to share our knowledge and motivate great companies to enter awards and get recognition.

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Many thanks

A special thank you to all the incredible awards organisers we work with to share the many great awards programmes bringing real value to our clients across the year. We love supporting entrants with their entries and presentations through our awards training days, free webinars, and we can’t wait to be involved in the 2020 programmes!

This year we were delighted to join The Women’s Chapter and to become one of the founding members of The Marketing Network to create meaningful relationships with like-minded people, continue to grow, and champion entrepreneurs.

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Coming up in 2020!

New Year’s day means a new Queen’s New Years Honours list! We’ll be letting you know which inspiring individuals have been awarded an honour for their services to Britain.

We have big plans for 2020. We are moving to a bigger, better office and one of the first events we’ll be hosting is our exclusive How to Win Awards Masterclass training day in February!

And of course, we’re looking forward to even more award wins for our clients and training more teams to enter and win awards using their new skills.

Finally, we would like to thank you for your continued support and wish you the very best for the festive season! We will be back in the new year, and ready to make your 2020 award-winning.

Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year!

 

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Why Awards Should be Part of Your Marketing Strategy

Why Awards Should be Part of Your Marketing Strategy

Why Awards Should be Part of Your Marketing Strategy

Business Awards

By Donna O’Toole

From Start-ups and SMEs, to huge global organisations we all have and need a marketing strategy. And no matter your budget, awards should be included.

Awards can sometimes be overlooked when it comes to marketing. But an awards strategy can help to boost your business and brand awareness, all at a low cost with big impact.

A professional awards strategy will;

  • Help you choose the most valuable awards with the biggest return on investment
  • Help you decide the most relevant categories you are most likely to win
  • Help you manage and meet all your deadlines
  • Help you establish a workflow (for gathering vital evidence etc.)
  • Help you budget for the whole awards process (entry fees, ceremonies etc.)

So if you want to; enter awards you have the biggest chance of winning, raise your brand’s profile, recognise your team’s hard work, stop missing important industry awards, and put an end to submitting rushed last-minute losing entries…

You need an awards strategy! And if you’re not sure how to create one, we can help.

Here’s why awards should be part of your marketing strategy;

1) RECOGNITION

Whether you’re a winner, runner-up or a finalist, the third-party recognition you receive is invaluable. It will reinforce your marketing messages and raise your profile, so when you say you’re the best, you can prove that you really are!

Winning an award shows your existing customers you are trustworthy, reliable and a good business to spend their money with. And for new customers, being award-winning will give them a reason to choose you over their competitors.

Also, an award win, or finalist announcement will impress existing stakeholders and shareholders, and can be an effective tool to win over prospective investors.

2) ADDITIONAL PR COVERAGE

Becoming a finalist of awards with connections to local, national and industry press means you can benefit from FREE PR, saving you ££££s!

Awards such as The National Business Awards in 2019 partnered with The i, The Scotsman and The Yorkshire Post. Similarly, The Amazon Scale-Up Awards are organised by Business Leader Magazine. Both awards publish finalists and winners in articles that reach a huge readership.

Industry trade magazines often run their own awards programme and will publish you as a result of your participation – getting you valuable industry coverage.

3) LOW-COST LOW-RISK MARKETING

Marketing campaigns usually require a big budget. But entering awards is a relatively low-cost exercise that has a fast impact on your results.

Depending on the awards programme, entry fees can range from being free to a couple hundred pounds. By creating an awards strategy you can make decisions on which awards to enter based on your budget.

If you win, you have spent a small amount and achieved a huge result. If you are a finalist you have still gained valuable exposure. And if you don’t win this time, you will learn from the experience, and it won’t affect your bottom line.

4) BRAND AWARENESS

Awards can present some fantastic opportunities for networking, partnerships and sponsorships. All of which will increase your brand’s exposure and awareness in your chosen industries – which is a great way to find new customers and partners.

Award ceremonies are huge events attended by CEOs, business leaders and decision-makers.

If you want to grow in an industry you supply, getting yourself invited to an awards ceremony where your ideal customer will be is the perfect opportunity for exposure. You can network and create relationships with the brands you are interested in, either as clients or as collaborators.

Sponsoring and partnering with an awards programme will require a bigger budget, but if you choose the right event for you it can have a huge ROI. Again, having an awards strategy can help you decide the best opportunities for your business.

5) PROJECT MANAGEMENT

When you make awards part of your marketing strategy, an awards strategy will help you manage your time and the entry process.

We get so many enquiries from companies wanting to enter an important industry award where the deadline is as little as a week away! Usually because they have received a final deadline reminder and it was not part of their marketing strategy.

Depending on the length of the entry, the project you are entering and how many people are involved, you will need to plan in how much time is needed to gather the evidence, create the story and complete the entry.

With an awards strategy in place you can plan time for each step of the entry process; writing a first draft, editing, second draft, final edits, signoff and submission.

Planning time for all these steps will radically reduce stress and improve the quality of your entries, giving you a much higher chance of success.

HOW TO WIN AWARDS AND BOOST YOUR BUSINESS

Entering awards takes time, energy, and requires skill but it is worth it!

If you are ready to enter awards contact us to find out how our award writing experts can take the pressure off and write your entries for you. Or read our tips on how to write a winning award entry.

Take advantage of our full bespoke awards package where we can create your awards strategy, write your award entries and support you throughout the whole process.

9 out of 10 clients win when we fully support them with our full awards service.

Get in touch today for your free consultation and find out how we can help you build your brand through awards recognition.

 

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Personal Branding for Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs

Personal Branding for Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs

Personal Branding for Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs

Business Awards

By Donna O’Toole

We were honoured to be invited to the Natwest Entrepreneur Accelerator Brighton Hub to talk about the importance of awards for personal branding and thought leadership.

Hosted by Natwest Entrepreneur Development Manager Kristina Pereckaite, the #PowerUp your Personal Brand event was a wonderful opportunity to talk to aspiring entrepreneurs and business leaders, giving them actionable takeaways to improve their personal brands.

WINNING AWARDS TO BUILD YOUR PERSONAL BRAND

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August CEO Donna O’Toole took to the stage to inspire the room to take their personal branding seriously and enhance their reputation!

Donna shared her entrepreneurial story and demonstrated how you can use your unique story and business results to win awards and raise your profile, no matter the size of your business.

Gaining external credibility and recognition from awards verifies your achievements and gives you third-party credibility, which instils trust in your expertise and ultimately business. Winning awards gives you valuable PR opportunities, fantastic networking events, and provides a step-up to the next level in your entrepreneurial journey.

PERSONAL BRANDING 101

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The panel consisted of five personal branding gurus. All focusing on their own area of expertise;

  • Donna O’Toole our very own awards expert, talked the audience through getting into the right awards competitions and how to write your entry for the best chance of winning.
  • Kerry Watkins founder of Social Brighton ran-through some thought-provoking activities about the impact of personal LinkedIn profiles on your personal brand.
  • Jude Bolton, founder of Speaking Works demonstrated the importance of voice, breathing and balance when public speaking or presenting in business pitches.
  • Louise Stevenson, CEO of Speakeasy Coaching demonstrated how to exude confidence when speaking, and how to inject humour for audience engagement.
  • Personal Branding Coach Vicky Booker explained how physical appearance (clothes, make-up, grooming etc.) impacts on how you are perceived, and what message your image gives to prospective customers and partners.

It was great to hear from each one of the fantastic speakers. Everyone in the room was excited to take their hints and tips and start improving their personal brands and we are looking forward to seeing the accelerator entrepreneurs start winning awards for their achievements soon!

 

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International Customer Experience Awards Winners 2019

International Customer Experience Awards Winners 2019

International Customer Experience Awards Winners 2019

Business Awards

By Donna O’Toole

INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE AWARDS WINNERS 2019

We were thrilled to attend and judge at the 2019 International Customer Experience Awards Finals held in Amsterdam.

Inspiring international organisations are recognised for their exceptional customer experience. SMEs, large global businesses and professionals from all industries compete to win.

If you’ve innovated, transformed or are leading your industry in CX these are one of the awards you need to win!

PRESENTATIONS TO THE JUDGES

The awards follow the same format as the UK Customer Experience Awards.

Finalists present to the judges during the daytime event before finding out the winners in the evening. So no need to wait months to find out if you’ve won.

Presentations are 15 minutes long with an additional 15 minute Q&A with the judges. The judges’ questions help to bag some last-minute points you may have missed in your presentation and could be the difference between Gold and Silver!

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Our CEO, Donna O’Toole was part of the judging panel for Most Effective Customer Experience in Social Media category this year. She said,

“It was great to be a part of the international customer experience awards and to see some of the incredible customer experience transformations being made across the world! It’s great to meet the teams behind them and hear exactly how they have made a mark on their businesses and customers.”

“Judging the entries is always an interesting activity, and seeing the hard work of the entrants come to life in a face-to-face presentation is a real privilege. It’s an incredibly revealing process; there is nowhere to hide when it comes to the judge’s questions, but the best teams always shine bright in the end.”

Attendees were invited to watch the finalists present to the judges. A fantastic opportunity to gain insights into the current customer experience trends (and check out the competition).

Throughout the day the venue is a hub for networking, sharing a coffee and lunch with colleagues, and connecting with sponsors.

INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE AWARDS WINNERS 2019

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Winners included Telkom Indonesia, The Holly Private Hospital, Dell, HP, KCB Group and many more very happy teams!

Silver awards were given to the very close runners up who included Shell, Caterpillar, TUI Benelux and Dubai Electricity and Water Authority.

And there are even bronze awards for the very best of the rest, including tado, E.ON and Sberbank.

We would like to say a huge congratulations to all the winners at this years’ International Customer Experience Awards, and to all the finalists. And a huge thank you to Awards International for organising such a successful event.

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WINNING OPPORTUNITIES

The awards don’t stop there.

Two weeks after the event, all finalists receive a feedback report from the judges, providing invaluable insights and comments on where they excelled, how they compared to the winner, and where to improve for next year.

The International Customer Experience Awards will open again in 2020. But before they do, winners need to be shouting about their win. And finalists, we’d love to hear from you!

We can help you to understand where you dropped points and what your next steps should be. Contact us today to book in your free consultation call.

And we look forward to the 2020 awards which promise to be bigger and better!

 

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National Business Awards Finals 2019

National Business Awards Finals 2019

National Business Awards Finals 2019

Business Awards

By Donna O’Toole

Tuesday 12th November 2019 in The Great Room of the Grosvenor House Hotel saw the 150 finalists of The National Business Awards come together for the eagerly anticipated finals.

We were thrilled to attend the black-tie ceremony. A stunning event, attended by business leaders, entrepreneurs and honoured individuals.

Guests enjoyed champagne, celebrated with their colleagues and networked amongst the best businesses in the country. We were also treated to an inspiring keynote from Major Tim Peake.

The National Business Awards are highly sought after, prestigious accolade. Hundreds and hundreds of businesses enter but only the best make it to the shortlist.

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NATIONAL BUSINESS AWARDS WINNERS

Out of the 150 finalists in attendance, only 15 took the trophy home, plus an additional handful of finalists achieved a high commendation. Winners were handed their trophies by BBC News Presenter Simon McCoy, known for his tongue-in-cheek, laidback style.

And the winners are;

Outstanding Contribution to Business
Winner – Sara Davies MBE

New Business of the Year
Winner – Pro-Football Academy Ltd.
Highly Commended – Alconex

Data Excellence Award
Winner – Aggreko
Highly Commended – Matalan

Business Enabler of the Year
Winner – Palletforce

Entrepreneur of the Year
Winner – Dr Nik Kotecha OBE, Morningside Pharmaceuticals

Scale-Up of the Year
Winner – ReBOUND
Highly Commended – Flash Pack

Mid-Market Business of the Year
Winner – Verastar Group

AI Business of the Year
Winner – Darktrace

Customer Experience and Loyalty Award
Winner – DPD UK

New Entrepreneur of the Year
Winner – Jordan McCabe, Aztec Diamond Equestrian UK
Highly Commended – Joseph Daniels, Project Etopia

Positive Social Impact Award
Winner – Company Shop Group

The Innovation Award
Winner – SCX
Highly Commended – SciChart

Exporter of the Year
Winner – Stiltz
Highly Commended – CDEnviro

Employer of the Year
Winner – Weston College

Small to Medium-Sized Business of the Year
Winner – MNB Precision Engineering
Highly Commended – Jigsaw Business Solutions

The Leader of the Year
Winner – James Timpson OBE, CEO, Timpson

We would like to say a huge congratulations to all the winners at this year’s awards, and a well done to all the finalists. It’s a truly great achievement to be shortlisted and an even greater feat to win!

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2020 AWARDS

If you want to get your business on the winners’ list in 2020, you can register your interest here.

The 2020 awards programme will open in March 2020. But if you want to be entering awards and getting results before then, get in touch!

This is the perfect time to create your awards strategy for 2020 and decide which projects, teams or initiatives you want recognition for.

Book your free consultation today and find out how we can make your business award-winning in 2020.

 

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