The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) is delighted to have been shortlisted in five categories at the prestigious Trade Association Forum Best Practice Awards.
The categories are Campaign of the Year, Leadership, Rising Star, Good Governance and the Corporate Social Responsibility Award.
Now in its nineteenth year, the prestigious Trade Association Forum (TAF) Best Practice Awards 2022
are supported by the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, and recognise excellence, innovation and best practice amongst Trade Associations in the UK
Ellen Daniels, Chief Executive Officer of the BCGA, said: “I’m delighted that the BCGA has been shortlisted for five awards at the TAF Best Practice Awards 2022.
“Over the last two years, the BCGA has branched out into areas such as CSR, increased public affairs work and diversifying communication streams, alongside continuing the ‘day job’.
“We’re looking forward to celebrating with our peers at the awards ceremony in February, which is also the first time BCGA has ever entered TAF awards.”
Emily Wallace, Interim Chief Executive, Trade Association Forum, said: “Trade Associations including the BCGA have played an absolutely critical role in in supporting the UK economy throughout the turbulence of the last two years.
“As we move forward, it is right to celebrate the achievements of the sector, recognise excellence and collaborate to improve the role that Associations can continue to play to support the Economy for the future.”
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Notes to Editor:
The full shortlist can be viewed here. Winners from each category will be announced at the Awards ceremony on Thursday, 17th February 2022, London.
Since its formation in 1997, the Trade Association Forum has been encouraging the development and sharing of best practice among UK trade associations and promoting the role of effective trade associations to government, industry and the wider public. www.taforum.org/
13 December 2021