Alexa is head of PR at Vitality leading the company’s external media strategy and activities across the business including health and life insurance and investments. Prior to joining Vitality, Alexa worked at the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch (HSIB) as Director of Communications, devising a compelling and creative communications strategy to share the learnings of this important government organisation, and headed up global communications for leading social network for health, HealthUnlocked.
Prior to these roles, Alexa held the position of Head of Media for the Cabinet and Prime Minister’s Office and Press Secretary to the Minister of the Cabinet office, and additionally has significant experience of NHS communications, including supporting a number of NHS trusts with some very high profile crisis.
Laura is a strategic and results-driven communications leader, with extensive in-house and agency experience across an array of sectors focused on: strategy development, media outreach, crisis management, investor relations, public affairs, change management, employee engagement, digital activations, and event management. Experienced in creating teams responsible for developing and delivering both external and internal communications programmes. As a senior business leader, mentor and coach she is passionate about building high-performing and diverse teams, whilst supporting individuals to achieve their professional and personal growth ambitions.
In an eclectic career Tom has been a classical actor, an opera singer, and an entrepreneur and developing, running and then selling his own brand experience marketing agency. He is as much at home on the stages of London’s West End he is in the boardrooms or conference rooms of some of the worlds most respected brands and businesses.
He is a leading thinker in the field of personal and professional development. He is also a sought-after coach and trainer, having worked with brands such as British Airways, O2, Microsoft, Google, Green Flag and Peugeot as well as individuals in politics, the arts, entertainment, finance and the media. As a guest lecturer on marketing at the ‘Cass London Business School’ Tom also shared his experiences with future leaders and creatives.
Out of this diverse stimulus, Tom created a boutique practice called Extraordinary People, that consults on, designs and delivers people and organisational development, helping businesses realise the full extent of the extraordinary potential that exist in the individuals that make it up, and in all of them together as a focused and inspirational whole.
Chief Marketing Officer - BULK POWDERS®
Former Marketing Director - N Brown Group and Boohoo.com
Elizabeth Lichten’s career spans a number of heavy-weight industries from Engineering and Energy, to Property and Healthcare. Ambitious, growing and highly technical, these organisations all have specific challenges and targets and she excels at developing tactics for success.
Elizabeth is a practised brand champion, having worked with a number of exciting professional services organisations at times of transformational change.
As Head of Marketing for DTZ UK and then enlarged Cushman &amp;amp; Wakefield London business, Elizabeth’s remit is to plan and execute marketing strategies to promote and differentiate the business through creative innovative solutions.
Alex Clough is Creative Strategy Director at Splendid Communications, an award-winning communications agency with a ‘People-First’ approach to creativity. He leads the development of communications strategies for the agency's wide variety of clients to deliver genuinely talkable ideas that connect with real people in their real lives. During his career Alex has delivered landmark campaigns for some of the world's most iconic brands, including Jack Daniel’s, Hendrick's Gin, Smirnoff, Greggs, MoneySupermarket.com, Tesco and The AA.
We invite your organisation to submit nominations to enter the 2020 International Brilliance Awards, honouring the outstanding achievements in the workplace.
All organizations worldwide are eligible to submit nominations to this International Brilliance Awards: large and small, public and private, for-profit and non-profit. Nominations may be submitted by individuals or organisations.
The 2018 Award has attracted nominations from organisations of all types, from different parts of the world. Many of the world’s largest and most famous companies have won International Brilliance Awards. However, some of our winners each year are small and midsize companies that are still growing and building their brands and investing in their people.
In addition to the entry document, you may include supporting material. Supporting material does not contribute to the 2,000-word limit of the entry document. Supporting material may include, but is not limited to:
Please note: you can send a maximum of 5 supporting documents.
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Judging of entries will be conducted in October by the members of specialized judging committees. Judges are recruited worldwide, based on their industry, function and experience.
Judges will review and rate entries online, at their convenience.
All entries that receive a final average score of at least 70 out of 100 from the judges will be recognised as finalists. The eligible nomination with the highest average score in a category will be designated the Brilliance Award winner, and will receive a Brilliance trophy.
Other eligible nominations with a final average score of at least 80 will be designated as Golden and Silver winners, and will receive framed Certificates.
Promote your business as ‘Award Winning’ - This accolade will give your customers extra confidence in your products and services.
Celebrate your success and achievements in front of the business community.
Acknowledge the contribution and achievements of your staff and boost morale.
Stand out from the crowd: what better way to demonstrate how good your business is to past, present and future clients than by winning a national Award.