This award is for businesses with a turnover of more than £100m or more than 1,000 employees.
We are looking for examples of best practice that could be transformational in building a sustainable organisation. Importantly, the role of the finance function must have been key to the project and those involved should be able to speak about their role during the assessment and judging process.
The entry can be EITHER for a particular project or product, OR an activity that is embedded across the organisation.
Organisations may have worked with external advisors in order to deliver the project, product or strategy. We welcome joint entries in these circumstances.
The entrant must demonstrate that:
Please ensure you have reviewed and understood the Conditions of Entry before submitting your entry.
If you have any queries about the categories or awards process, please contact Aude Bezler, Awards & Events Marketing Manager.
Deadline for entry is midnight (UK time) on Wednesday 31 May 2017.
- 2016 winner's interview and case study
Watch Gerhard Seidl, Group Supply Chain Finance Director at Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company talking about their project to incorporate the true cost of key environmental impacts within its evaluation methodology.
Read the full case study of their application.
- 2016 highly commended case study
Read Skanska's project to establish a company-wide methodology to value their social, economic and environmental contribution with the aim of embedding natural and social capital accounting into their financial reporting systems.