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CIR magazine’s 25th Annual Business Continuity Awards were presented at a ceremony in London on 22nd June 2023. The Business Continuity Awards celebrate the past year's ‘greatest successes in business continuity, security and resilience’.

The winners were:

  • Business Continuity Resilience Manager of the Year: Sanjay Vijayaraghavan KV, LTIMindtree
  • Lifetime Achievement: Michael Faber, Shapes First
  • Newcomer of the Year: Isobelle Pearce, Marks and Spencer
  • Consultancy of the Year: Insignia
  • Public Sector Manager of the Year: London Borough Tower Hamlets
  • Team of the Year: Vodafone Group
  • Specialist Company of the Year: Harwell Restoration
  • Specialist Technology Company of the Year: Everbridge
  • Most Effective Recovery of the Year: London North Eastern Railway
  • Strategy of the Year: Marks and Spencer
  • Strategy through Partnership: Coca Cola Europacific Partners and KPMG
  • Initiative of the Year: Cambridge Risk Solutions
  • Incident Management Award: Investec
  • Transformation Award: Holcim
  • Resilient Workforce Award: URIM App
  • Excellence in BC in the Financial Sector: Arab National Bank
  • Excellence in BC in a Tech Company: Dell Technologies
  • Testing and Exercising: Linklaters
  • Supply Chain Transportation and Logistics Award: CMAC Group and Civil Nuclear Constabulary
  • BCM Planning Software of the Year: Noggin
  • Most Innovative Product of the Year: IWG PLC
  • Global Award: ADCB
  • Best Contribution to Continuity and Resilience: Daisy
  • Diversity Award: Holcim

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