British Chamber of Commerce announces finalists for 16th Annual Business Awards

Thank you to all the participants who sent in their entires and shared their success stories with us! With the finalists revealed, we now look towards the Gala Dinner on 01 Oct where the winners will be announced.

 

Click here to find out more about the Gala Dinner.

Big names such as International Engine Component Overhaul Pte Ltd (IECO), Starhub, Hewlett Packard, The Economist, British Council, Barclays and Rolls-Royce are in the running for the coveted 16th Annual Business Awards Trophy under eight different categories.

 

Amongst other finalists are Amoria Bond, Black Marketing, Cundall, Hogan Lovells Lee & Lee, Kadence, LinkLaters, Magrath Global, Progress U and Swire Pacific Offshore.

 

Innovation and productivity continue to be the focus and key drivers of Singapore's economy, and its continued growth and prosperity depends on the ability to create innovative and differentiated products and services that the world demands.

 

Singapore’s vibrant business community has, over the years, demonstrated its ability to continuously innovate, evolve and become instrumental towards the nation’s economic progress. Hence, the British Chamber, through the Annual Business Awards aims to acknowledge and honour companies with enterprising and creative spirits who continuously contribute to the Singapore success story.

 

Companies entering the Awards were required to showcase achievements that are Singapore-centric thus, building on Singapore’s brand image. The Awards are open not only to British companies but also all Singapore registered companies regardless of membership with the Chamber. 

 

BCCS President, Hugo Walkinshaw said: “The business community in Singapore continues to show a high level of engagement & enthusiasm with the Annual Business Awards, demonstrated by the consistently high quality of this year’s submissions, and I am delighted to see the level of commitment shown by entrants from across the spectrum of corporate and SME organizations. This reinforces the strength of the ongoing relationship between Singapore and Britain, and is an area that the chamber will continue to focus on in conjunction with UKTI and the British High Commission.”

 

The Awards are supported by key organisations such as Singapore’s Economic Development Board, Singapore Business Federation, UK Trade & Investment, European Chamber of Commerce and The Straits Times as an Exclusive Media Partner.

 

Here is the detailed list of the finalists in each category:

 

Leadership in Innovation & Productivity

Kadence

Hewlett Packard

IECO

 

Small Rising Business Star

Magrath Global

Black Marketing

Progress U

 

Young Professional of the Year

British Council (Singapore) – Joe Tofield

The Economist – Scott Munday

Magrath Global – Mark Chowdhry

 

Community Star

Coutts & Co Ltd

RCMA Group – Chris Pardey

The British Club – Sean Boyle

 

Success in Business

Cundall

Amoria Bond

Rolls Royce

 

Leadership in Diversity

British Council (Singapore)

Hogan Lovells Lee & Lee

Linklaters

 

Leadership in Customer Focus

Rolls Royce

Starhub

Stamford American International School

 

Leadership in Sustainability

Rolls Royce

Barclays

Swire Pacific Offshore

 

Winners will be announced and presented with their honours at the 16 Annual Business Awards Gala Dinner on 01 October 2015 at the Shangri-La Hotel.

 

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