Britain's Most Admired Shortlist unveiled

It's the moment you've all been waiting for. The shortlist for MT's 22nd annual Britain's Most Admired Companies awards is out.

by Rebecca Burn-Callander
Last Updated: 19 Aug 2013
Britain’s Most Admired Companies, in association with BSI, is an annual ranking of best of British business, based on the opinions of their industry rivals and peers. As such, it is the only awards of its kind, the highlight of the corporate calendar.

The winners will be revealed in the December issue of Management Today, and celebrated at a star-studded ceremony at Claridge's in London. Till then, the shortlist is available here.

To find out about last year’s winners, check out the 2011 ranking. Find out which company – clue: bricks and mortar win the day – took the top spot here. Or, to swap the sparkling upper waters of the admiration pool for the turbid depths, where the bottom-dwellers lurk - here are Britain's Least Admired Companies of 2011.

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