2014 BBA Nominees: Community Contribution

Nov. 7, 2014


By the conclusion of the 2014 British Business Awards (BBA) nomination period, on Friday 30 October at 17:00, we had received a record 50 nominations across 6 categories.

The following 7 organisations are now in the running for the 2014 BBA Community Contribution trophy:

2014 BBA Community Contribution Nominees (in alphabetical order):

  • Dyson K.K  ダイソン株式会社
  • Fermenstation Co., Ltd.  株式会社ファーメンステーション
  • Nameless K.K.   ネイムレス株式会社
  • Pearson Japan K.K.  ピアソン・ジャパン株式会社
  • Price Global  プライス・グローバル
  • Thomson Reuters Markets K.K.  トムソン・ロイター・マーケッツ株式会社
  • University of Oxford Japan Office  オックスフォード大学日本事務所
Good luck to all 2014 BBA nominees, and stay tuned for updates on other award categories!

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JUDGING

The decision on a winning 2014 BBA entry is the result of the combined score of 5 separate judges, who independently score each submission using the same scoring matrix.

To ensure transparency, each judge independently returns his or her score sheet to the BCCJ office by November 12 2014 and the results are tabulated confidentially. The scores from each judge are then totaled for each nominee, and the nomination with the highest accumulative score is declared the category winner.

In the event of two nominees receiving the same final score, all judges will be asked to review their scores for these companies / individuals, and the submission with the highest score from this second round of judging will be declared the winner.

The final results remain confidential until the BBA ceremony, on November 14 2014.

We wish all 2014 BBA nominees the very best of luck!

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Related media

2014 British Business Awards - information  HERE

2014 British Business Awards Judging HERE

2014 Judges on the spot HERE

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