During a year unlike any other, we have won UK Consultancy of the Year at the PRCA Public Affairs Awards after being nominated ten times by judges from the PRCA National Awards, PRCA Public Affairs Awards, ICCO Global Awards and PR Week Awards.
At the PRCA Public Affairs Awards ceremony, which was held virtually via Zoom, we also won trade body campaign of the year for the delivery of our kickstart campaign that successfully secured employment support initiatives from the Government.
The awards don’t stop there, earlier this week, we also won the crisis and issues management award at the ICCO Global Awards for our successful delivery of reputation management and a comprehensive stakeholder engagement strategy following a large fire incident.
BECG was also crowned one of the Best Places to Work in Property by Property Week, demonstrating our strong commitment to create healthy work environments, strong leadership and to put employees’ well-being at the heart of our company’s agenda.
And it was announced, that we have been shortlisted at the upcoming PR Week Corporate, City and Public Affairs Awards, for two further awards. As a contender for the Best Campaign to Actively Form or Shift Government Policy and Best Crisis Comms (excluding the coronavirus) category.
There is no doubt that 2020 has been one of the most challenging years for everyone. Businesses of all nature and size had to undergo a significant volume of swift adjustment to the ‘new normal’ as well as overcoming financial pressure. But BECG is marking the end of 2020 as a more resilient team and as the PRCA Public Affairs UK Consultancy of the Year.
This fantastic story is testimony to the BECG team’s dedication and our clients’ support, and while I thank each and every member of the BECG team for their hard work and commitment throughout the year, I look forward to the day where I can raise a glass with the team in person to celebrate these achievements.
-Stephen Pomeroy, CEO, BECG