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Global Good Comms incorporating the Global Good Awards. Communication and awards experts working with and supporting companies that are doing good for people, planet and profit with purpose.

Global Good Comms

Tao House No 38, St. Marys, Aberdale Road
Polegate, East Sussex, BN26 6NH
Global Good Comms

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Global Good Communications educates, communicates, supports and rewards companies that are doing good for people, planet and profit with purpose.

Our flagship brand, the Global Good Awards is an all-inclusive awards programme and will recognise and reward organisations of all shapes and sizes that are making strides towards a better world for people, the planet and the global economy.

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Our Social and Environmental Activities

Being ethical..In 2018, the Global Good Awards was awarded the Awards Trust Mark Gold standard because they recognised that:

Entry is open to all organisations with no restrictions.

Programme timelines, costs, dates, commitments, Ts&Cs and processes are clearly outlined on the website prior to the entry process opening.

No fees are taken until the final entry has been submitted. Descriptions and criteria are on the public website pages, and, once registered with us, entrants have immediate access to the application form questions without payment being required.

Entrants can contact us, and expect a quick response, at any time.

The judging process is fair, transparent and strict with NDAs signed by all judges.
Judging is scored online using a clear and effective system removing any possible bias or inconsistency.

All judges are independent and have all judged before. Judges and categories are matched only by their professional experience and no judge will be asked to score a category out of their sector knowledge.

Although judges can enter their own organisation, they will not take part, be notified or consulted about a category in which they entered. They will also have no commercial interest in the decisions made.

A free feedback report is emailed to ALL entrants, whether they were finalists or not, immediately after the awards ceremony. If an entrant requests information about the score given to the winner of their category, they will be supplied with the percentage mark for the benefit of benchmarking.

Finalists are not obliged to attend the awards ceremony, although we encourage them to do so. We try to make the ceremony as accessible as possible to those on tight budgets.
Winners are announced live on Twitter on the night, and we are one of very few award programmes to publish a full-page promotion of their project on our website that will remain there indefinitely.

No charge is made for finalists and winners using our logo or widget, which are downloadable from a password protected location on the website.

Quotes for press releases, winners photos and vox-pop videos are supplied free of charge.

Being sustainable...
We believe that if we are to recognise and reward change across all aspects of purpose driven sustainability and social impact, then we have to 'walk that talk' right beside our entrants! We're working to ensure that everything we do is sustainable; and here's how:

We require all our venues, including those that we have meetings in throughout the year, to meet certain sustainable standards or have ethical or social values. Our ceremony hosts often utilise 100% renewable energy and hold a Green Tourism accreditation. We expect similar standards from associated catering contractors of our venues too; and since 2018 we are proud to have worked with BMA House (certified Green Tourism Gold) and their caterers CH&CO (certified 3 Star SRA).

All our marketing materials from 2016 onwards have been environmentally-friendly, using Revive100, a 100% recycled paper from Denmaur, and using Seacourt's eco-friendly printing technology. The paper is also Carbon Balanced through the World Land Trust.

Our event delegate travel is also Carbon Balanced, including any international flights taken by finalists to attend.

With the help of Erjjio Studios, our website is not only hosted with 100% renewable energy, but also optimised to reduce carbon emissions on page loading.

With the help of Thames Water, our events are also Water Neutral. Free Business Assessments are undertaken at our venues to help them reduce their water use.

We work with our venues to deliver a fully vegan menu that can demonstrate that you don't have the 'be vegan to 'eat' vegan. This extends to the wine and beer too.

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Organisation for Responsible Businesses (ORB). Responsible Business Member