1,171 people have been awarded in the first King’s Birthday Honours List, with 52% given to those who have supported their communities.
If you’re serious about raising your profile as an entrepreneur winning awards is a proven strategy to get your name out there and stand out.
Happy New Year! And congratulations to the 1097 people who are starting 2020 with a huge accomplishment: receiving an honour from The Queen.
August founder Donna O’Toole spoke to Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs about the importance of awards for personal branding and thought leadership.
The Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2019 has seen 1073 individuals recognised for their fantastic personal achievements. Here is this year’s roundup…
Congratulations to the 1148 who people have started the New Year with an incredible accolade; an honour from The Queen in the 2019 New Year’s Honours List. The list features celebrities, sports professionals and extraordinary individuals, honouring them for their achievements, dedication to charity, and outstanding work in their chosen industries.
The honours system rewards people for their outstanding achievements, those who have shown great commitment to serving and supporting Britain, and those who have demonstrated exceptional service to their industries, communities and professional disciplines.
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Game-changing awards Inspirational recognition means different things to different people, but it has one key attribute. It can be game-changing. It could be receiving a personal honour from Her Majesty The Queen, like an MBE, OBE, CBE, or even a knighthood. This could be possible to achieve through a written nomination for a person who…
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