Moon Consulting is sponsoring the Business in the Community award at the Business Leader Awards 2016.
The award recognises businesses that have made a significant impact within the community and the lives of individuals within them.
Bristol-based Moon Consulting is a trusted advisor in Executive Search and Selection, Talent Management and Business Consulting with a track record of securing high-performance candidates for leadership positions in businesses of all sizes operating in a broad range of sectors.
Director Vanessa Moon comments: “Moon Consulting is a values-driven business and the Business in the Community award aligns perfectly with our principles. We believe that by understanding the needs of their diverse communities, businesses can be a force for good and help to shape society in a positive way.
“Our purpose, ‘to understand, to partner, to connect’, explains how we advise businesses from start-ups and family concerns to AIM or FTSE listed. In today’s rapidly changing environment, we understand how powerful values equip business leaders with transferable skills. Investing in the local area and beyond can be done by businesses of all types and we look forward to showcasing businesses in the Southwest that are exemplars in this activity.”
Sam Clark, Business Development Manager at BLM, comments: “It’s great to have Executive Search firm Moon Consulting on board to support the awards. The business has been influential in connecting leaders and businesses to drive sustainable and ethical growth in the region.”
2016 will be the fourth consecutive year of the Business Leader awards.
This years’ event will take place on Thursday 22nd September at The Bristol Hotel.
It presents a not to be missed opportunity to join influential leaders in business, education and government, along with the media and VIPs in celebrating business success in Bristol and the South West.
The evening kicks off with a champagne reception and spectacular gala dinner before the award winners are announced across 15 different categories including new additions Commercial Property Award and expanded categories in Business of the Year.
Hosting the awards will be a high-profile guest speaker. Previous years’ hosts have included former MP Gyles Brandreth, Michelle Mone and Sir Ranulph Fiennes.