Business Continuity Awards 2020: The winners!

The winners of this year’s Business Continuity Awards were announced last night via a special online broadcast.

Thank you to everyone who took part in this year's awards - especially given the difficult circumstances - and congratulations to the winners!

Best Contribution to Continuity & Resilience
Winner: Victoria Business Improvement District

Global Award
Winner: Abqaiq Plants-Saudi Aramco Company
Highly commended: Abu Dhabi Ports

Cloud-based Services
Winner: F-24 UK

Most Innovative Product of the Year
Winner: Regus Workplace Recovery & Pronto Recovery

BCM Planning Software of the Year
Winner: ClearView Continuity
Highly commended: Daisy

Resilience in Infrastructure & IT Service Delivery
Winner: Daisy Corporate Services (Daisy)

Excellence in BC in the Financial Sector
Winner: Nationwide Building Society

Resilient Workforce Award
Winner: South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue

Transformation Award
Winner: Allianz Insurance & LV GIG

Incident Management Award
Winner: Nationwide Building Society

Initiative of the Year
Winner: Sky

Strategy of the Year
Winner: Wipro Technologies & RSA

Most Effective Recovery of the Year
Winner: CMAC

Specialist Technology Company of the Year
Winner: Spook

Specialist Company of the Year
Winner: Harwell Restoration

Team of the Year
Winner: Arab National Bank

Adviser of the Year
Winner: Justin Elks, Crowe

Newcomer of the Year
Winner: Bethany Warren, Horizonscan

Lifetime Achievement
Winner: Charlie Maclean-Bristol, PlanB Consulting

Business Continuity/Resilience Manager of the Year
Winner: Monica Sekhri, Coca-Cola European Partners
Highly commended: Russ Parramore, South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue

We are pleased to announce that the 2021 Business Continuity Awards will take place on Thursday 17th June 2021 at the London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square.

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