The Partnerships Awards are the industry’s biggest and most prestigious celebration of excellence in the industry. This year, we reflected on the outstanding efforts made by organisations and individuals that went above and beyond in response to the particular challenges caused by the pandemic.
The Awards took place on Thursday 19 May, at the Hilton on Park Lane, where we announced the winners of our 2021 and 2022 Awards. It was an opportunity for the sector to really come together to network whilst celebrating the great work that has been taking place over the last couple of years.
The Partnerships Awards matter because they are judged by the toughest critics, your peers. Our expert judging panels are made up of over 30 industry professionals representing both the public and private sector. The judges are selected based on their expertise, experience and integrity in the PPP market and we pride ourselves on our rigorous and objective judging process.
Nominations to get involved are welcome from across the sectors, either for yourself or a colleague using the link below. The final judging panel will be comprised of an inclusive range of individuals to fully represent the industry. Our aim is to give as many diverse voices (women, BAME, LGBTQ+, different ages / seniority, people with disabilities) a chance to determine the results of this industry-leading event.
World-class judging panel
Your expertise will be recognised by our panel
of over 30 judges, made up of the industry’s most
respected and experienced professionals.
Win or lose, being involved or just being shortlisted puts big smiles on people's faces. Good work always requires hard work, and entering will let your employees know you recognise and value those efforts.
Striving for award-winning work
We believe that proper, transparent collaboration is critical to great work. When people think they are creating award-winning work, you get much more physical and mental support all round, this will make writing the entry much easier.
Writing awards creates case studies
During the awards process you are properly running the rule over your work. As you analyse and review your projects it allows you to craft that information into case studies for new and potential clients. So it’s time that’s well invested.
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