Curium Solutions is in the running for four prestigious Midlands business awards.
The change consultancy has been shortlisted for two categories in each of the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce awards (Excellence in People Development and Excellence in Sales and Marketing) and the Business Masters awards (Innovation and Small Business).
Curium is the current holder of The Business Desk’s Professional Services Business Masters award. It also features in Innovation 50 – index of the 50 most forward-thinking companies in the Midlands – and was shortlisted in the City of Birmingham Business Awards.
Andy Dawson, Curium Director and Co-founder, said: “Being shortlisted for four awards is a great sign of Curium’s progress. We keep change simple, focusing on people and empowering their potential, which resonates with businesses looking to deliver sustainable change and improve their performance. Good luck to everyone shortlisted!”
Russell Jeans, chairman of the judges and chief operating officer at the GBCC, said: “We were delighted to receive such a large number of entries, which demonstrates the huge diversity of businesses in our region. The judges commented on the high standard of entries.”
The GBCC awards will be announced at the International Convention Centre, Birmingham, on Thursday, 19 April. HSBC, Birmingham City University and Elonex are headline sponsors of the dinner and awards. Business of the Year, sponsored by National Express, will be selected from all categories and announced.
The Business Masters awards showcase the achievements and success of businesses in the region. Hosted by TheBusinessDesk.com, the award winners will be revealed at a ceremony at Edgbaston Stadium on 3 May. Organisations also shortlisted include Pertemps, Colmore Tang Construction, Clearwater International and Catalyst.
Formed in 2008, Curium Solutions is an independent change consultancy working with household brands across a range of sectors. It empowers individuals and organisations to achieve their personal and business potential; helping them to turn their strategic priorities into reality through successful transformation.
The change consultancy has also grown in the UK, with the addition of seven new consultants: Principal Consultants Mike Howarth and Chris Watts, Senior Consultants Robbie Holden, Becky Oliver and Nicola Phelan, Communications Consultant Kathryn Hobbs and Business Consultant Jen Draper.