By Alan McGill, PwC Partner and Leader of the Building Public Trust Awards
Now in their 16th year, the PwC Building Public Trust Awards celebrate organisations who are leading the way in open, authentic and accessible reporting and communications. Our awards cover all parts of the economy and the issues that matter to society.
On this site, you can find out more about the award categories, read comments from the independent judging panel and gain insight on the latest trends and best practice.
Our mission for these awards is simple - it's to inspire organisations to report and communicate more openly.
To get in touch please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Each of the PwC Building Public Trust Awards is judged using a set of criteria designed to assess an organisation's openness in reporting and communications to stakeholders. Subject matter experts from PwC screen all the organisations reviewed which generates the shortlist.
Complementing the PwC experts' views, we then gather opinions from members of the general public - our ‘people’s panel’ - who provide their personal priorities and opinions as to what they want to see communicated.
This shortlist and deliberations from the ‘people panel’ are then considered by the independent judging panel.