BMT Wins a Prestigious 2020 Gold Quill Award

The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) has announced the Excellence, Merit, Best of the Best and other special award winners of the 2020 Gold Quill Awards program.

16 June 2020

London - The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) has announced the Excellence, Merit, Best of the Best and other special award winners of the 2020 Gold Quill Awards program. BMT was awarded with an Award of Merit in Communication Management. For more than 40 years, IABC’s Gold Quill Awards have recognized excellence in strategic communication worldwide and are acknowledged as one of the most prestigious awards programs in the industry.

The communication campaign, Exploit and Invest in Innovation, was designed to enhance how employees think and collaborate on innovation to meet the needs of our customers.  

BMT’s award was presented for having a “a campaign to support an innovation strategy ended up driving the strategy, resulting in actual innovation projects,” commented evaluators.

The communication campaign was led by Kimasha Williams, Communications Project Coordinator, and team: Michael Barry, Innovation Chair and Del Redvers, Head of Stakeholder Engagement.

In total, the IABC awards committee selected 203 entries as world-class. Winners come from all over the world, representing a cross section of public and private sector organizations, both large and small. The field was very competitive this year, with almost 700 entries.

“At BMT, we are committed to delivering excellence in strategic communications that drive results for our customers. I feel honored for our work to be recognized by such a prestigious body,” said Kimasha Williams.

The awards were presented at the virtual Excellence Gala, on 16 June, as part of IABC’s Virtual World Conference. For more information on the Gold Quill Awards, including the full list of winners, on the Gold Quill Awards website.

 

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About the International Association of Business Communicators
With 10,000 members and more than 100 chapters worldwide, the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) is the only global association that connects business communication professionals with the people and insights needed to drive business results. Founded in 1970 and supporting professional communicators at the heart of every organization, IABC serves the collective disciplines of business communication professionals through professional development offerings, certifications, awards and recognition programs, online resources, Communication World magazine and the annual World Conference.

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