Multiple accolades for Ardonagh companies at 2018 Insurance Times Awards
On Thursday 5 December, industry leaders from across the UK came together for the 2018 Insurance Times Awards with The Ardonagh Group’s Deputy CEO, Janice Deakin, as well as teams from Carole Nash and Paymentshield taking home several of the top prizes of the night.
Each year, the Insurance Times Awards recognise outstanding achievement, celebrate excellence and innovation, and honour the best of the best in the insurance business.
Janice Deakin was up against an impressive shortlist to be awarded Broker CEO’s CEO of the Year; an impressive feat and a very deserving winner.
Commenting on her win, Janice said: “The most amazing thing about this award is that I was an insurer for a very a very long time, then moved over to the broker side.
“What I love about brokers is they’re all entrepreneurs, they mortgage their houses, they gave everything to start their businesses. To be voted by them as one of them is just amazing.”
Congratulations also go to the team from Carole Nash for taking out Marketing Campaign of the Year – Business to Consumer for their campaign with ambassador and three-time World Superbike Champion Jonathan Rea.
Paymentshield won Marketing Campaign of the Year – Business to Business for the second year running, for their second National Conversation Week initiative.
A special mention must go to Geo Underwriting’s Private Clients team and Broker Network, part of our shareholders’ wider portfolio of companies, who were also recognised and celebrated as finalists on the night.
Ardonagh Community Trust announces its first Bright Future Prize winner
Ardonagh Community Trust, the registered charity of the Ardonagh Group, is delighted to reveal the first ever winner of the Bright Future Prize — a new £20,000 funding stream to help young people turn their innovative community-based projects into reality.
Meet the finalists of Ardonagh Community Trust's - Bright Future Prize
In April, Ardonagh Community Trust (ACT) launched its first Bright Future Prize – a new funding stream targeting teens with big dreams for their communities. This week, we announced the talented young finalists of the Bright Future Prize who are in with a chance to win £20,000 to make a difference to a cause they care about.