Best Awards by an Association

 

CIPR Excellence Awards – Chartered Institute of Public Relations

The Excellence awards are part of the DNA of the CIPR. They express our commitment to high standards, not only in the entries and how we judge them, but also in the way we administer the scheme, organise the judging and produce the event that has, over the years, providing the crowning achievement for public relations professionals around the world and across all sectors. The Excellence Awards are one of the brightest and most effective selling points for an industry eager to communicate their capability and creativity to clients seeking the best in highly competitive market.


GSMA Global Mobile Awards (The GLOMOs) at MWC19 – GSMA

The GSMA’s Global Mobile Awards (The GLOMOs) offer organisations across the global mobile eco-system (including all converging vertical sectors) the opportunity to showcase the latest and best mobile products, apps, devices, services, and initiatives to the industry and the world. The Awards are open to all eligible mobile companies, and supporters of the mobile eco-system – GSMA Members, Associate Members and Non-members.

The presentation of the awards takes place during the MWC Barcelona the world’s largest and leading mobile industry event held annually in Barcelona (from 25 February – 28 February 2019).

In 2019 we are delighted to return for the 24th year to once again recognise and honour the people and organisations who are pushing the boundaries of intelligent connectivity.


Operations Managers Awards – UKHospitality

The Operations Managers Awards has, for more than 20 years, been the benchmark of success in the highly regarded yet previously ignored, the field of operations within the licensed retail sector Since the day the Awards launched they have evolved to stay in touch and relevant with the ever-changing role of an operations manager.

Embracing the arrival of the managed estate, casual dining, late-night and leased business model This has meant the evolvement of the Entry Paper (now we have two), the make-up of our judges – both Mentor Judges and Finals Judges.

The Mentor Judges are a unique element of the Awards, where a leading senior exec will spend an entire day shadowing the business day of one of our Finalists (the four Mentor Judges see five Finalists) This day accounts for the majority of the points across the three disciplines judges – Entry Paper, Field Judging and Finals Judging.

All with the purpose of ensuring that the Awards remain the very best they can be Our rigorous judging process has never been softened and this ensures the Winners of the UKHospitality Operations Managers Awards can stand on the top step 


RoSPA Health and Safety Awards – The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA)

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) is a charity that has been at the heart of accident prevention for more than 100 years and is privileged to have the Patronage of Her Majesty The Queen. Our mission is to facilitate the exchange of life-enhancing skills and knowledge to reduce serious accidental injuries.

Having evolved since its origin in 1956, the RoSPA Health and Safety Awards are widely regarded as the leading means of celebrating and recognising excellence in health and safety management. 
With almost 2,000 entries across 30 countries, RoSPA Award entrants protect circa 7 million employees across all industry sectors. Combined, the three annual ceremonies host more than 2,500 guests at the evening gala dinners and almost 4,000 at the daytime ceremonies.

Data from the entries feeds into RoSPA occupational health and safety policy work and a community of RoSPA Award winners has been established to share best practice.

Constantly battling against the “elf and safety” culture, RoSPA Awards are seen as the “ones to win”, adding fun and glamour to the industry.


The AIBs – Association for International Broadcasting

The Association for International Broadcasting is the not-for-profit organisation that helps and supports international broadcasters – those that send their programmes across international borders such as BBC World, CNN, Al Jazeera, Voice of America. One of our core reasons to exist is to celebrate the incredible programmes that are produced for the international market. In 2005, at the request of our Members, the AIBs were launched. They are unique in the media world in allowing production companies and broadcasters of all sizes to compete on equal terms on a truly global stage. Unlike most broadcasting awards that are organised nationally, and all too often dominated by the large local players, the AIBs encourage and accept entries from companies small and large and in any language from any part of the world.

The AIBs celebrate the best in factual productions and entries come from all over the world in all languages and we accept entries from any producers, members and non-members of the AIB. The AIBs have grown from six categories to 21 since the awards started in 2005. The number of entries is increasing as more producers hear about the AIBs and the opportunity they have to showcase their work.


UKWA Annual Lunch & Awards – United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA)

The UK Warehousing Association (UKWA) membership is made up of over 700 warehouse & distribution operators and 3PL service providers, as well as a separate category of associate members, who supply services to the industry, such as fork lift truck manufacturers, racking specialists, warehouse management systems vendors. In 2018 the membership was broadened to include organisations with integral warehousing operations such as retailers.

UKWA’s flagship event is its Annual Lunch & Awards, held at The Dorchester in London, widely acknowledged to be a highlight of the industry social calendar. At this glittering event attended by approaching 500 guests, worthy winners are presented with prestigious Awards for Excellence in the Warehousing & Logistics industry across 9 categories, from Best overall business operator, to Young Employee of The Year, Technical Innovation and Environmental awards.

There of so many Awards events out there, and many in the logistics sector, which tend to be evening Black Tie events. Against a background of today’s corporate governance and peoples’ busy schedules, UKWA’s lunchtime/afternoon event has become a “sell out” – demonstrating that people are prepared to give their precious business time, because the UKWA Awards Lunch delivers justifiable value.