Responsible Business of the Year - Big Tick
Jaguar Land Rover is improving its environmental performance and investing in communities, while developing its future workforce and ensuring growth as a responsible business.
Dairy Crest is supporting small dairy farmers, reducing its impact on the environment and introducing measures to improve the health of its staff and customers. This saves money and supports the sustainability of the industry.
Last year KPMG staff gave more than 55,300 hours of their time to community projects worth £10.6 million.
Anglian Water is encouraging its key stakeholders to use water more efficiently and reducing its own impact on the environment, helping secure the future sustainability of the business.
Sainsbury’s values give it a competitive advantage, differentiating it from other supermarkets. The 20x20 Sustainability Plan sets out 20 ambitious, time-bound commitments which it will achieve by the year 2020.
Northumbrian Water Group (NWG) invests in innovative technologies for turning sewage into green energy, reducing carbon emissions, saving money and building a strong reputation as an ethical business.
Kier’s ‘brighter future’ programme encompasses all strands of corporate social responsibility, contributing to its vision of being the most highly respected company in the construction industry.
MITIE invests in multi-award winning community projects as well as industry-leading training programmes.
Business in the Community’s flagship annual award celebrates large businesses that are going beyond incremental change and effecting transformational change.