Integrity – nominated for two 2018 British Expertise Awards

2017 has been a busy and exciting year for Integrity with new projects working in Egypt and South Sudan and the successful conclusion of two of our flagship projects, the Evidence, Analysis and Coordination Programme in DRC and the Civil and Political Rights Tracking Project in Tanzania, both for the Department for International Development (DFID). We are therefore delighted to announce that we are ending the year on a positive note by successfully being shortlisted for two 2018 British Expertise awards.

The first award for which we are nominated is International SME Business of the Year, for ‘small and medium sized businesses who have achieved remarkable success in the international arena’.  The judging criteria for the award are: strong local outcomes, tackling new markets and innovative or challenging projects.

The second, is Young Consultant of the Year, for which our Senior Services Manager, Jessica Hayes, was shortlisted. To be nominated, a consultant must ‘have significant achievements on the international stage and show great future potential’. Over her four years at Integrity, Jessica has been instrumental to developing our portfolio in East Africa and it is a wonderful way to recognise that talent.

The awards will be announced on the 12th April 2018 and we look forward to the results. Congratulations to the Integrity team for all their hard work this year and a big thank you to our network of dedicated consultants and the organisations with whom we work for their continuous support. We wish you all a happy festive season and a wonderful new year.

Integrity won the British Expertise ‘Outstanding International business – SME’ award for 2016. You can find out more about this here.

To find out more about the British Expertise Awards click here.

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