Britain's Most Admired Companies 2019 winners
BUILDING RESILIENCE IN THE FACE OF CHANGE AND UNCERTAINTY
Reputations matter because it drives that B-word, behaviour. This impacts all levels of stakeholders – employees, customers, shareholders, regulators.
That other B-word is also impacting UK PLC like never before and continues to keep leaders watchful and poised for change. As one of our Most Admired CEOs said, “the clear resolution for Brexit and the ability to retain and attract staff, including from abroad” remain the main challenges for Britain’s businesses to lead and be competitive.
See this year’s findings from the longest-running and best-established corporate reputation study in the UK, Britain’s Most Admired Companies from Echo Research. Providing the nation’s top boardrooms with powerful evidence and benchmarking on their reputation, the study is based on C-suite peer and sector analyst feedback on who’s ahead, who’s leading, who’s slipping and what matters.
Published this week in Management Today, this year’s study acknowledges British success in innovation, transformational leadership and diversity to deliver success. Congratulations to the 2019 outstanding winners, new entrants and impressive leaders, below.
IN THE PRESS
2nd Opinion - Which is Britain’s Most Admired Car Company and Why?
Autocar - Bentley wins Britain's most admired car company award
Automobiles Review - Bentley Motors is named Britain's Most Admired Car Company!
BodyShop Magazine - Bentley scoops prestigious double
Construction Enquirer - Balfour Beatty extolled as Britain’s most admired contractor
CorpComms - Greggs named Most Admired Company 2019
Highways Industry - Balfour Beatty recognised as Britain’s Most Admired Company in its sector
PBC Today - Balfour Beatty crowned UK’s most admired construction company
PR Week - Top of the Year: Greggs - from PR masterclasses to shifting perceptions
Security World Market - Halma Group named as one of Britain's most admired firms