Business Continuity Awards 2011: the winners!

Written by Deborah Ritchie

The thirteenth annual Business Continuity Awards took place last night at the Hilton on Park Lane, London. The Gala Dinner was hosted by comedian Kevin Bridges and attended by almost 600 guests. This year’s winners are:

Business Continuity Manager of the Year
Mark Newsome, Northern Trust
Highly Commended: John N. Zeppos, COSMOTE Mobile Telecommunications

Business Continuity Service Provider of the Year
SunGard Availability Services

Newcomer of the Year
John Frost, Marks & Spencer

Business Continuity Consultant of the Year
Charlie Maclean-Bristol, PlanB Consulting

Business Continuity Initiative of the Year
Business Risk & Resilience XGen

Crisis Strategy of the Year
Lloyds Banking Group

Business Continuity Strategy of the Year
Financial Times
Highly Commended: SWIFT

Most Effective Recovery of the Year
Barclays Bank of Egypt

Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Specialist of the Year
Proteus-on-Demand Facilities
Highly Commended: Business Continuity Transport (BCT)

Excellence in Business Continuity in the Insurance Industry

Business Continuity Management Planning Software of the Year
Revive, Linus

Student of the Year
Peter Wilkinson, the Centre for Innovative and Collaborative Construction Engineering.

Most Innovative Product of the Year
Emergency Office, ICM

Most Innovative Solution of the Year

Excellence in Infrastructure Management

Public Sector Business Continuity Manager of the Year
James McAlister, Merseyside Police
Highly Commended: Thomas Croall, Manchester City Council

Business Continuity Team of the Year
Great Ormond Street Hospital

Personality of the Year
Stephen Nutall, HP

Lifetime Achievement
Angela Robinson, Garrison Continuity

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