Impact Awards submission deadline extended!

We hope you’re as excited as we are about our very first Impact Awards! After receiving numerous requests from our busy manufacturing members asking for more time to enter, we’ve decided to extend the deadline for submissions to Wednesday 2nd November, at 12noon.

We’ve been encouraged by the quality of entries we’ve received so far, and we’ve extended the deadline to give all members the chance to tell us your stories.

With a stellar line-up of judges, including Made in Britain’s chairman and Marshall’s Strategic Director, Chris Harrop, OBE, who will be joined by Emily Auckland from Global Compact Network UK (GCN UK), Dominic Robinson from the Soil Association, Caterina Agnoletti from the UN Global Compact Network UK, Sarah George, in-house writer at, Mona Vadher from LMP Action CIC, and Tause Page, Made in Britain’s Green Growth Programme Manager and founder of VP Comms.

The seven categories are all focused on sustainability as we look to continue to support manufacturers on the road to more sustainable practices:

Rising Star Award
The Rising Star award recognises an individual creating new pathways and piloting change, especially through innovative grassroots sustainable initiatives.

Sustainability Team of the Year
Open to teams (minimum of two people), this award recognises the delivery of clear and tangible progress on their organisation's sustainability strategy.

Sustainable Initiative of the Year 
This award will be given to a member business for a single initiative that has improved its sustainable practices and performance either within the business, for clients, or both.

Sustainable Packaging Project of the Year
Judges will be looking at the ambition and scale of the challenge to package your products more sustainably, with a key focus on the circularity of the packaging solution.

Employee Engagement Campaign of the Year
This award recognises total commitment to employee engagement by supporting and delivering a successful workplace sustainability strategy.

Innovation of the Year 
Innovation of the Year will demonstrate remarkable innovation in the design and delivery of a product or service, which has made a positive impact on sustainable outcomes.

Leader of the Year
Awarded to a senior executive who demonstrates leadership in sustainable manufacturing, innovative sustainable initiatives in their business, and acted as a champion for sustainable business more broadly in their sector.

How you can enter

The awards are open to all members, and you can enter as many categories as you wish. Entries can only be accepted via email to Please read the Impact Awards 2022 Entry Criteria & Frequently Asked Questions before submitting your entry - or entries!

By Made in Britain 3 months ago | Made in Britain Impact Awards

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