Prominently associate your brand with celebrating innovation and encouraging the sharing of good practice, without also being a finalist.

Standard Sponsorship Includes

Whether you are sponsoring a whole Peer Award or a specific award category, industry sector, global region or judging criterion, the key elements included in your sponsorship are the same.



Your brand associated with the award you sponsor



Present the winner with a plaque at the ceremony



Invite your clients to submit complimentary entries

You may wish to consider including any of the following in your sponsorship package…

Who can Enter

Entries are invited from internal departments (HR and L&D for instance) and from suppliers of relevant products and services.

Our one proviso is that the entry not be self-promotional, as it is important that nominated entries be free of any sales agenda. To achieve this the entry should focus on one or more internal initiatives, within one client organisation or across a number. An involved supplier can be acknowledged alongside the organisation in whose name the entry is submitted, or the entry can be in the supplier’s name, championed by one or more end-user organisations.

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The Peer Awards Ceremony

The ceremony planned for March 2018 will again be a champagne afternoon cream tea at a prestigious Central London venue. It is here that all the finalists are acknowledged and the winners announced and celebrated.

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It costs £250 ([currencyr amount=250 from=gbp to=usd|eur]) to submit an entry.

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Previous People & Performance Finalists

All of these organisations have been finalists for the Peer Awards for Excellence in People & Performance in previous years, some of them multiple times. Where you see an entry highlighted this means you can click to view their showcase page (shown here with the peer-review form)…

The AA; ASDA; Bank of America; Baxter Storey; BP; British Gas; Buckinghamshire County Council; Bupa; Canary Wharf; CapGemini; Carewatch; Channel 4; Cisco; Coventry And Warwickshire NHS Trust; Crawford; Cushman & Wakefield; Dell; Deutsche Telekom; Direct Line; DSTL; EDF; Electrocomponents ; The Entertainer; Eversheds; Experian; G4S; Global Pay; Ground Construction; Halton Council; HC-One; Hertfordshire Constabulary; The Institute of Practitioners in Advertising; InterContinental Hotels Group; Kadence International; Kent County Council; Lansons; Legal & General; Marsh; Maxus Global; MBNA; McDonald’s; MetLife; Middlesex University; Migros; Mitie; Molson Coors; Napp; The Natural History Museum; Nokia; Norton Rose Fulbright; NSL Services; The O2; OMV; Orange UK; PDSA; Pharmaceutical Product Development; Phillips; Phoenix Futures; Phonographic Performance Limited; PKF; Primark; PZ Cussons; Rackspace; Ramsay Healthcare; RBS; Reader Offers; Reed Smith; Royal Caribbean; SAP; Save the Children; Simmons & Simmons; The Skills Funding Agency; SSP; Takeda; TalkTalk Technology; Tearfund; Thomas Eggar; Thomson Reuters; Trafford Housing Trust; Turkcell; UCLan; UKTV; University of Bolton; Virgin Media; Vodafone; Whitefriars Housing Group; Wipro

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Be acknowledged as a Supporter of the Peer Awards with a package (priced from £1,000) that offers exposure options for your brand at the Peer Awards and The Times websites and at the Awards Ceremony and the Winners Summit.

Award Sponsorship packages (priced from £10,000) allow you in addition to prominently demonstrate leadership and your support for innovative thinking in a key aspect of People & Performance by being acknowledged as the sponsor of an award category, an industry sector, a global region, a judging creterion or the whole award.

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Peer Review (Judging)

Register as a candidate or just as a judge to read, review and rate the nominated entries of interest, asking questions of the other finalists for further information and greater clarity where you wish. You may adjust your ratings later with the benefit of hindsight.

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