Business Continuity Awards - the winners!

It was a big night for Daisy, Castellan, Marks & Spencer and Roche at the Business Continuity Awards.

Find out who took home a trophy from the industry’s main event, hosted by the brilliant Hal Cruttendon at the London Marriott Grosvenor Square.

Congratulations to all our finalists, and especially to:

Best Contribution to Continuity & Resilience
Marks & Spencer & NaCTSO

Global Award
Saudi Customs

Cloud-based Services
YUDU Sentinel

Most Innovative Product of the Year
Reskube, Fortress Availability Services

BCM Planning Software of the Year
Daisy Corporate Services

Excellence in BC in Industry
DHL Supply Chain

Excellence in BC in the Retail Sector
Marks & Spencer

Excellence in BC in the Financial Sector
T. Rowe Price & PA Consulting

Resilient Workforce Award
Royal Mail Group

Transformation Award

Incident Management Award
South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue

Initiative of the Year
Unilever & PA Consulting

Strategy through Partnership
Horizonscan BCP & PD Ports

Strategy of the Year
Coca-Cola EuroPacific Partners

Most Effective Recovery of the Year
Alan Lloyd, Daisy Corporate Services

Specialist Technology Company of the Year
F-24 UK

Specialist Company of the Year
KRTS International

Team of the Year

Adviser of the Year
Russ Parramore, National Fire Chiefs Council

Newcomer of the Year
Emily Clemente, Castellan Solutions
Highly commended: David Field, London North Eastern Railway

Student of the Year
Julia Lobnig, UCL

Lifetime Achievement
Brian Zawada

Business Continuity / Resilience Manager of the Year
Chris Godsmark, Roche
Highly commended: Jayne Romanczuk, Bupa

Business Continuity Awards 2022
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