20 April 2018

Synergy strikes gold at the Employer Brand Management Awards

More #EBMAwards for our expanding cabinet…

We dusted off our best frocks and blazers last night and headed to this year’s Employer Brand Management Awards. And we’re thrilled to say our work with Arval on The Journey Makers was awarded gold in the ‘Best Employer Brand Event’ category.

The awards, held at the Grand Connaught Rooms in central London, celebrate excellence in employer branding – something we’re no strangers to, with comedian Cally Beaton on-hand to present the evening’s proceedings. The night was made extra special with another of our great clients, ODEON Cinemas Group, picking up ‘Best Ambassador Programme’ and ‘Best Diversity Brand’.

Andrew Thomas, publishing editor of Transform magazine and founder of the Employer Brand Management Awards, said, “This year’s awards programme has highlighted the importance companies now place on their employer brand. From attraction to retention, reputation to risk management, each of last night’s winners raised the bar with their corporate positioning, setting a new mark for next year’s programme and cementing employer brand management as an essential component to overall business growth.”

If you’d like to take a peek at what The Journey Makers is all about, check out the EPIC film here…

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