Applications for the 2020 Shared Value Awards are now closed.
There has never been a more important time to recognise those changing the world and providing inspiration for others to follow. The issues we face as a society are monumental but companies are responding by rising to the challenge and paving the way for extraordinary innovation and productivity.
The fifth-annual Shared Value Awards, administered by the Shared Value Project with supporting partner Shared Value Project Hong Kong, provide a platform from which to identify, celebrate and promote shared value success stories in the Asia Pacific.
Established in 2016, the Shared Value Awards acknowledge organisations using shared value strategies to create social and economic outcomes. The Awards also recognise individuals driving change and influencing better outcomes for business and society. Importantly, their achievements serve to encourage our wider network to continue raising the bar in how we create shared value across the Asia Pacific region.
An independent Selection Committee will select winners from a range of different categories and sectors to showcase examples of best practice, and provide inspiration for other companies in the region and further afield to adopt shared value principles.
Why enter the Shared Value Awards?
- Be seen and evaluated by Australian business leaders
Applications are assessed by an independent Selection Committee of regional business leaders.
- Give a platform to your shared value success
All shortlisted applications will be recognised at the virtual Awards announcement in October with participants from across the Asia Pacific.
- Access tools to strengthen your shared value project
All shortlisted applicants will receive complimentary access to the Shared Value Action Plan Framework.
- Join an alumni of shared value pioneers
Previous winners of the Shared Value Awards include some of the region’s most prominent companies and business leaders.
What is Shared Value?
Shared value is defined as policies and practices that enhance the competitiveness of companies while improving social and environmental conditions in the regions where they operate. It is a business strategy focused on companies creating measurable economic benefit by identifying and addressing social problems that intersect with their business. To qualify as shared value, there must be an identifiable economic benefit to the company as well as measurable impact on a social or environmental issue. Read more