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Much more than just a magazine, MT also organises awards, breakfast seminars, dinners, parties and round-table discussions with our corporate sponsors and associates.

Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

Here, we look forward to the editorial and events planned for the coming months.


The MCA Management Awards, in association with MT In 2006, the MCA Management Awards will be 10 years old. They recognise organisations that have achieved a significant improvement in performance with the assistance of a management consultancy, both in-house and external.

Winning case studies and runners-up will feature in a supplement to MT and be celebrated at a black-tie awards dinner in April 2006. Entrants should send a completed entry form by 30 September 2005 to Cate McCreadie, MCA Management Awards, Haymarket Events, 174 Hammersmith Road, London W6 7JP.

- Contact Joy Hewgill at the MCA on 020 7321 3994, e-mail or visit


The DDI Rising Star Awards, in association with MT

Calling all entries for the second annual DDI Rising Star Awards, in association with MT. These awards will identify the high-flyers who stand out from their peers and show exceptional potential for senior leadership - the business leaders of tomorrow. Six candidates will be shortlisted by a high-profile panel of judges to participate in a DDI 'day-in-the-life' executive assessment, designed to identify senior leadership potential.

All contenders receive a full written feedback report and a two-hour session with a DDI executive coach. The winner and five finalists will be announced at an awards dinner at the Dorchester, London, on 27 April 2006. The winner will receive six months' executive coaching and will be profiled in MT's May 2006 issue.

- For more information on the awards and how to apply, contact Davina Page on 020 8267 4629 or e-mail


MT/Unisys Service Excellence Awards

The 2005 MT/Unisys Service Excellence Awards will take place at a gala black-tie dinner at the Landmark Hotel, London, on 29 September 2005.

These prestigious awards, organised by Unisys in association with the magazine, examine from top to bottom just how customer-focused your organisation really is. They are open to any UK-based organisation - commercial enterprises, public services and charities. Winners will enjoy publicity that establishes their exemplary credentials.


Britain's Most Admired Companies Awards, in association with Mercer Human Resource Consulting

MT has exciting plans for 2005's Britain's Most Admired Companies Awards - supported for the second year running by Mercer Human Resource Consulting.

For the first time, we'll be publishing the names of short-listed companies in our November issue, followed by the usual award winners' issue in December.

We'll be celebrating the winning organisations at an exclusive black-tie dinner at Claridge's, London, on 1 December 2005.

- Contact Jodi Hodge on 020 8267 4772 or e-mail

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For information about partnering with MT, call Jodi Hodge on 020 8267 4772.

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