Think Global People and Relocate Awards 2021 - the excitement builds!

Excitement is building as we prepare for the virtual awards ceremony on the 11th of June. Here is a sneak peak of photos - plus a teaser about what the judges thought about this year's high-calibre entries.

Relocate Awards 2021 judge Mark Ethelston speaks with Jayne Constantinis

Awards judge Mark Ethelston is filmed as he speaks with Jayne Constantinis before this year's Relocate and Think Global People Awards.

Inspiring innovation and creativity

Blank trophy for Relocate Awards
The Relocate Awards were set up to recognise and promote excellence, innovation and best practice, all three of which are increasingly vital to global prosperity and growth.The excitement is mounting as we prepare for the Think Global People and Relocate Awards 2021 virtual awards ceremony. It has been a tumultuous year for many organisations, but as their entry submissions testify, it is the challenges overcome that build great teams and resilient people. The mobility industry and those across international management have seized the opportunity to innovate and adapt their services, and improve their talent management, wellbeing and engagement. They have pushed the boundary in technology and embrace new working practices.
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We were thrilled to receive entries from over 50 companies this year from countries around the world including India, Malaysia, Singapore, the Netherlands, the UK and the US. These companies have shown that they're resilient, agile, and passionate about the importance of putting people at the heart of what they do.

What does judge, Paul Williamson, say about this year's awards?

Relocate Awards judge Paul Williamson
Paul Williamson at Relocate Global
"In a year where people have felt disconnected and cut off from family, friends and colleagues, it’s a real privilege to be able to recognise and celebrate the people and companies who have made a real positive impact.Creating safe environments for people to be at their best, learn and coach one another in the post-pandemic world is going to be more important than ever before. So this is a real area of passion for me. Certainly, it is an incredible privilege to be a judge...So I think you could see definitely a theme around being agile and creating things quickly but mindfully. Knowing your business and knowing what you can achieve and using the talent in your organisation shows that really great things can be achieved in really short periods of time if people have the will and determination and that came through really strongly."A huge thank you to our sponsors: The Ascott Limited, International School Ho Chi Minh City, and Santa Fe Relocation.
 

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