2017 Award Sponsors

December 12, 2016

Business in the Community would like to give a very big thank you to our 2017 sponsor companies.

Aviva - sponsor of the Award for Championing an Ageing Workforce.  Age in the workforce is an issue on which the company is very active, with Andy Briggs, CEO Aviva UK & Ireland, heading up Business in the Community's Age at Work Leadership Team. 


Barclays - sponsor of the Award for Building Resilient Business, an Barclays logoagenda it has been active on for some time, including working with BITC on the Business Emergency Resilience Group.


Experian are in their third year of sponsorship of the Award for Building Stronger Communities, as a recognition for the important work of Sir John Peace, one of the company's founders, in championing community leadership during his time as Chairman of the business.  


Fujitsu logoFujitsu - sponsor of our newest Award category, the Award for Responsible  Business in a Digital Age.  This huge IT company was our Responsible Business of the Year in 2015, and this Award is part of their legacy.


UBS - sponsor of our Award for Education. The firm has previously been UBS logoShortlisted in the Awards for its work promoting responsible and sustainable investments, and for its sponsorship of The Bridge Academy in Hackney.


Unilever logoUnilever - sponsor of the Award for Global Development, supported by Business Fights Poverty - previously called the International Award. Unilver itself, has been a winner in the Awards, taking the top accolade in the 2015 Bupa Employee Wellbeing Award, for its mental health programme. 


Unipart Group logoUnipart is the sponsor of the Award for Outstanding Employment. This award recognises businesses that are improving access to good quality employment for young people and excluded groups. 

Unipart were themselves Award Winners in 2016, taking home the Bupa Wellbeing At Work Award for its Unipart Workwell programme.


UPS are the sponsors of the Award for International Disaster Relief and Resilience, which is supported by the UK Department for International Development.   They were themselves the winners of this Award in 2014.  Read their winning case study.


Veolia logoVeolia were chosen as our Responsible Business of the Year in 2016 for the work it's done becoming a circular economy business, through its Resourcing the World strategy.  By sponsoring the Awards in 2017, Veolia is helping push the responsible business agenda, making our future more sustainable.

More on Veolia and the Pass It On revolution


And finally, thank you to our Media Partner, the FT and FT.com

The FT are the national media partner for the Awards, helping us to take the stories our Award shortlist, finalists and winners to a wider audience, through their print and online channels.



Business Fights Poverty, CBI, DFID, Ethical Performance logosAlongside our sponsors, a group of supporters help us run and promote the Responsible Business Awards, for which we thank them. 

Current supporters:

Business Fights Poverty


Ethical Performance

The UK Department for Development





Hogan Lovells

Hogan Lovells logoHogan Lovells has kindly provided its central London office as a judging hub for the Award Judging days for seven consecutive years.  The legal firm has itself been a Finalist for the UBS Award for Education, and previously shortlisted for the Unilever Global Development Award in 2016 for its Sustainable Development Programme.

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