Business Continuity Awards 2016: The winners!

Congratulations to all of this year's Business Continuity Awards winners. If you didn't make it to the Marriott on Grosvenor Square to join the celebrations, found out who won here...

Business Continuity/Resilience Manager of the Year
Russell Williams, Head of Group Business Continuity, Shop Direct

Business Continuity/Resilience Strategy through Partnership
Glen Abbot Limited & Scottish Power

Initiative of the Year

Transformation Award

Business Continuity/Resilience Strategy of the Year
Royal Mail Group

Incident Management Award
Deutsche Bank

Most Effective Recovery of the Year
Direct Line Group
Highly commended: Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Highly commended: Sungard Availability Services

Specialist Company of the Year
Business Continuity Transport

Industry Newcomer of the Year
Elodie Huet, Business Continuity Consultant, Arup

Resilience in Infrastructure & IT Service Delivery

International Award
Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation

Cloud-based Services

Best Contribution to Continuity & Resilience

Most Innovative Product of the Year
Crises Control

Most Innovative Solution of the Year

Business Continuity Management Planning Software of the Year

Student of the Year
Roger Payne, Buckinghamshire New University

Industry Personality of the Year
Ahmed Riad Ali

Business Continuity Consultant of the Year
Toby Marriner , PwC

Lifetime Achievement
Bill Crichton

Business Continuity/Resilience Team of the Year

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