The Management Today Business Awards recognise the organisations and individuals breaking new ground and achieving consistent excellence across any sector of British business.
We want to recognise excellence across all sectors of UK business and entries are encouraged from small, medium and large businesses, focusing on your achievements over the last 18 months.
Whether you're a dynamic start-up, a thriving family or private equity backed business, or one of Britain's biggest firms, there is a category for you. The awards will allow businesses to share best practice, showcase your work both to key stakeholders and clients, and compare your company against the very best of the entire UK business community, not just those in your specific industry.
Launched in 1966, Management Today is Britain’s premier business title, curating practical advice and brilliant thinking to help leaders build or sustain world-class companies. Entering these awards is a chance to boost your national coverage, stand out amongst the competition, get noticed by the country’s top business leaders, investors and commentators, and be recognised for your work, all backed by Management Today.
Who can enter?
We want to recognise whole organisations and individuals across all sectors of UK business. Entries are accepted from all organisations of any size. The awards will allow businesses to share best practice and inspire their people, and are a unique opportunity for personal and professional growth.
1. Company Awards
• Business of the Year
• Best Use of Innovation in Business
• Most Successful Global Expansion
• Best Business Turnaround
• Most Impactful Social Initiative
• Most Successful Reinvention
2. Project Awards
• Special Recognition Award: Response to Covid-19
• Best Wellbeing Initiative
• Best Marketing Campaign
• Best Diversity & Inclusion Initiative
• Best Talent Management Scheme
3. Individual Awards
• CEO of the Year
• Entrepreneur of the Year
• Non-Exec Director of the Year
• Manager of the Year
• Team of the Year
• Board Director of the Year
• Future Leader (aged 35 and under)