APSCo Awards for Excellence 2019 winners announced.

Rewarding work.

The winners of the 2019 APSCo Awards for Excellence – sponsored by NatWest and 6CATS International – were announced yesterday evening (8th October) during an exclusive dinner at Coutts.

“The APSCo Awards for Excellence have long been recognised as the most prestigious accolade in professional recruitment, and in the year that APSCo celebrates its 20th anniversary, the quality of entries was truly spectacular,” said Ann Swain, APSCo chief executive. “It makes us extremely proud to witness how members are demonstrating and supporting the professional standards that APSCo embodies. I’d like to thank everyone who made yesterday’s event such a resounding success: the judges, our sponsors and all who entered. Most of all, I’d like to congratulate our very worthy winners – the stories you shared are an inspiration to the entire professional recruitment community.”

The winners of the awards were:

Recruitment Company of the Year under £3m Turnover

Winner – tml Partners

Recruitment Company of the Year £3m – £10m Turnover

Winner – Boden Resource

 

Recruitment Company of the Year £10m – £50m Turnover

Winner – Stanton House

Recruitment Company of the Year £50m+ Turnover

Winner – NES Global Talent

 

Recruitment Company with the most Sustainable Growth

Winner – ProClinical

 

International Recruitment Company of the Year

Winner – NES Global Talent

 

RPO/MSP of the Year

Highly Commended – NES Global Talent

Winner – Rullion

 

CSR Initiative of the Year

Winner – Smile Education

 

Affiliate Member of the Year

Highly Commended – QX

Winner – Grant Thornton

Innovator of the Year

Winner – Paiger

 

Diversity & Inclusion Award

Winner – Trust in Soda

 

Best Client Initiative of the Year

Highly Commended – Prospero Group CES

Winner – Sanderson Government & Defence

 

Individual Contribution to APSCo

Winner – Peter Holliday – Executive Chairman at Intelligent Resource

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More