Concorde BGW's Managing Director, Richard Wilson has been shortlisted in the Leader of the Year up to 250 in The Investors in People Awards 2020!
Richard has been significantly impacted by the Leadership Charter and our step change programme. He has been key in helping to develop the programme and has become a driving force for change within the business, a business that he has managed for 30 years. To see his level of dedication to change, and development within himself and his organisation after so long, has been inspirational.
Reasons Richard was shortlisted for the award:
We are delighted that Concorde BGW Group has been shortlisted for The Investors in People Learning and Development Award 2020!
"On behalf of all of us at the Investors in People North of England team, well done to everyone at Concorde BGW Ltd on being shortlisted in the The Learning and Development Award (up to 250 people) category for the 2020 Investors in People Awards. Being shortlisted is a real achievement; you are one of only 32 organisations on the shortlist from the North of England."
The award goes to an organisation that has developed a learning and development strategy that is having a hugely positive impact. On the business. And on your people.
It shows people across the world that we put people above all else, and we’re seeing amazing results because of it!
We are extremely proud to have had our project Wiliams Food Hall shortlisted for the SBID International Design Awards in the Retail Design category for both its brilliant design and aesthetic creativity.
We have been shortlisted for the SBID International Design Awards!
Our project East Street Lanes is a finalist in the Club & Bar Design category for the quality of design, innovation, aesthetic and value-added to the project. To say we are over the moon would be an understatement! We are so grateful and proud of what has been achieved.
We have made it onto the Project of the Year, Bar & Leisure Interiors Project for our work on The Last Crumb in Reading.
The Last Crumb was stripped back to its bare bones which revealed an edgy, rustic structure that is now complete with a new kitchen, pizza oven and new bar position. A food pass from the kitchen adds to the theatrical nature of the pub.
Perhaps the most important features are the use of raw wood and stone. The pubs distinctive interior tells a captivating story. Guests are greeted by a distressed wood doorway where you can see the old repairs back from when it was originally constructed.