Find out more about the type of people that get honours and how to nominate someone yourself. Look out for more insights from Mark in the run up to the New Year Honours List in late December 2018. Awards Intelligence is the world's leading provider of Queen's honours support
The Queen’s honours judging process is something that is considered by many to be a bit of a mystery. In reality it follows a clear path but completion of the nomination form and the gathering of letters of support is a long and time-consuming task to do well.
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Every five years the government sets a maximum number of awards that can be given out in the Queen's Birthday Honours List every June and in the New Year Honours List. Around 2,600 honours are given each year across nine sectors.We can deduce many things from the official allocation
The 2016 New Year Honours List rewarded an impressive clutch of entrepreneurs who shone across a wide range of sectors from fashion to financial and retail to restaurants.If you know anyone who you feel might deserve an honour, we would be happy to give you a free assessment of their
With letters set to go out from the Cabinet Office over the coming days to those being awarded an honour in the New Year list, here’s a few household names I think deserve to be on that list:Simon CowellLove him or loath him, there’s more to Simon than you might think and I
Open to both individuals and companies, the Nobel Prize is without doubt the most prestigious award of its kind in the world. Some would argue that it beats a knighthood in terms of prestige and credibility.With a long list of potential benefits including: global recognition,
Enjoy this unique behind-the-scenes glimpse at an Investiture ceremony to find out what really happens when Queen's honours are given out. Every outstanding individual who is named on the New Years or Birthday Honours List is invited to an Investiture to receive their medal
Keith Loudon is a founding member of Redmayne-Bentley and has worked for the firm in Leeds, Yorkshire for over 50 years. Alongside his role in the business, Keith has been a keen supporter of local charities and community groups within the County of Yorkshire. Earlier this year Keith was