Clark Hill Takes Award at Management Partners’ Forum Awards in London
Clark Hill was awarded the title of "Best Marketing Initiative" at the Managing Partners' Forum Awards for Management Excellence on March 3, 2020, in London.
Organized in partnership with Financial Times and Harvard Business Review, these international awards celebrate leadership and management excellence in professional services organizations globally.
The category of "Best Marketing Initiative" recognizes strategic transformation of the marketing and business development function in alignment with firm growth and international reach. This includes the implementation of sustainable, productive, and collaborative working practices, and innovative use of technology and data.
"This award is an honor that recognizes our firm’s strong culture of collaboration, innovation, and teamwork," said Susan Ahern, Chief Marketing and Business Development. "It reflects the incredible spirit of partnership and commitment to service delivery excellence of not only our marketing and business development team but also of all operational and business teams in our firm."
This year's event marked the 18th year of the Managing Partners Forum Awards.
"Our Management Excellence Awards, in partnership with Harvard Business Review and the Financial Times, uniquely provide leadership teams with independent evidence of their contribution to the business, its clients and its community," said Forum Chair Neville Eisenberg. "Demonstrating this contribution puts our members at the heart of strategic
conversations and increases their personal influence and people’s trust in their plans, while strengthening the reputation of their firms with clients."
For more information on Managing Partners Forum, visit here.
Pictured from left to right: Emcee Danny Wallace, Director of Marketing Roy Sexton, Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer Susan Ahern, Director of Business Development Megan McKeon, and BoardEx CEO Cameron Ireland
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