The Responsible Business Awards Longlist

 

We are thrilled to be able to announce the companies on the Longlist for The Responsible Business Awards 2018. Each of our Longlist companies have demonstrated their impact and innovation in tackling some of the most pressing issues facing society. We look forward to celebrating the big reveal of the winners at The Responsible Business Awards Gala Dinner, in partnership with Anglian Water, Responsible Business 2017.

To read the inspirational stories from each of these companies, click on the names below.

 

The Education Partnership Award

For businesses working in partnership with schools to support young people facing disadvantage to succeed in work and life.

Burges Salmon

Coventry Building Society

EDF Energy

FTI Consulting

Ford Motor Company

KPMG

Novus Property Solutions

Viridor

Workspace Group PLC


 

The Unipart Outstanding Employment Award

For businesses who are removing barriers to work and helping people to thrive in good jobs. 

Agent

Barclays

City & Guilds Group

Clarion Housing Group

Jane Jefferson Cleaning Ltd

KPMG

Keoghs

Landsec

Recycling Lives


The Ageing Workforce Award

For businesses that are succeeding by adapting their workplaces for an ageing workforce.

Aviva

Barclays


The Barclays Developing Resilience Award

For businesses supporting SMEs to prepare for, respond to and recover from disruptive events, which in turn, benefits the community in which they operate.

Aquobex Limited

Berea Associates Limited

BRE

CityCo & Heart of Manchester Business Improvement District

Databarracks

In Your Face Advertising (iYFA) LTD

Landmark Information


The Connected Places Award

For businesses working in partnership with local communities to address long-term social and economic needs

Coventry University

EDF Energy

Engie

Huddersfield Business School, University of Huddersfield

Investec

Morgan Stanley

Samworth Brothers

Tideway


The Fujitsu Digital Innovation Award

For innovative companies that are spearheading what responsible business means in the digital age and demonstrating a positive impact.

Certas Energy UK Ltd

Engie

NATS

Northumbrian Water Group

Ricoh UK


The Environmental Sustainability Award

For businesses that are developing models of smart growth that lead to better use of resources, nurture healthy ecosystems and/or tackle climate change

British Sugar and GW Pharmaceuticals

Central England Co-operative

JCDecaux

Mantis World

NATS

Nestle UK Ltd

PwC

Samworth Brothers

South West Water

Tesco

The Midcounties Co-operative

The Renewal Workshop

University of Winchester

Yorkshire Water
 


The Unilever Global Development Award supported by Business Fights Poverty

For businesses that demonstrate positive impact against one or more of the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Access Afya

Aduna

Barclays

Cotton On Group in partnership with Business for Development

Dulas Ltd

Eau et Vie

iDE

Marshalls plc

Mondelez International

The Coca-Cola Company

WildHearts Group


The UPS International Disaster Relief and Resilience Award supported by DfID

For businesses that are helping communities to prepare for, respond to and recover from disaster.

Airbnb

Arup

Pearson


Responsible Business of the Year Award

For pioneering businesses that have integrated sustainability across their business and are demonstrating commercial success as a result

Aviva

Azoomee

Concertus

Lloyds Banking Group

Northumbrian Water Group

NH Hotel Group

Salary Finance

Yorkshire Water


The Gender Equality Award

Barclays

HM Revenue & Customs

Hogan Lovells

 

 

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