A business is only as good as its suppliers. Behind many of the most successful and recognisable brands are dozens more firms – big or boutique – whose canny innovations and world-class execution all too often go unsung.
Management Today recognises that it’s the depth of quality in this supplier ecosystem that will ultimately determine the UK’s corporate success and our ability to reinvent ourselves in the face of macroeconomic challenges.
Our World Class Supplier Awards honour the best of the best, behind the scenes, recognising B2B firms for the excellence, innovation and hard results of the products and services they deliver.
Here are just seven of the reasons you should enter:
1. Strengthen your profile
All entries will be published on Management Today’s special awards website. Management Today will promote the awards to its 100,000 monthly unique users and its 15,000 online bulletin subscribers.
2. Get exposure to new customers among the UK’s biggest and most successful companies
Management Today’s audience comprises top decision makers at SMEs and large corporates. Of our bulletin subscribers, 83 per cent are at a senior manager or C-suite level.
3. Boost your credibility
Winning entries will be published online as well as in Management Today’s quarterly print magazine, which is distributed exclusively to 5,000 C-suite executives at the country’s biggest public and private corporations.
4. Demonstrate the quality of your products and services
These awards consider suppliers big and small on the basis of their work, not their size or reputation.
5. Be seen by our top panel of judges
These will include top executives from some of Britain's most successful companies.
6. Get the chance to be featured in Management Today editorial
Winning entries may be featured in Management Today and shared across our social networks.
7. Recognise your teams publicly for their achievements
This is a chance to give credit to your people on a well-respected public stage.
Find out more about how to make your submission HERE.
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