Deadline for 2014 MCA Awards just a few days away

The Management Consultancies Association is reminding all UK based consulting firms that the 2014 MCA Management Awards deadline is just three weeks away, with all entries to be received by 1st November 2013.

Entries can now be purchased from the MCA Awards website, but MCA members should login to the MCA member area to benefit from the discounted rate.

This year there are 22 categories: 13 project categories and six individual categories. A further three overall awards are – Project of the Year, Consultant of the Year and Best New Consultancy. All the awards are judged by a panel of independent expert judges with experience of working in the private and public sectors, universities, consultancy and journalism.

Alan Leaman, CEO of the MCA said:

“Each year we see a greater diversity of project winners, from firms of all sizes working across all sectors of the economy. With our latest data suggesting that optimism has risen across the consulting market, and in the performance of the UK economy, we are expecting to see many innovative projects this year. Entries opened online this week, and we are already seeing strong demand, which we expect to continue right up to the 1st November deadline.”

The winning case studies and runners up will be announced and celebrated at a gala dinner at the Park Plaza Westminster on Thursday 24th April 2014, with the winners featured in a special Times supplement after the main event.

For further information about the awards process and criteria, please do not hesitate to contact Sian Edwards on 020 7645 7961 or visit the awards section of the MCA website at:


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The Management Consultancies Association (MCA)
The MCA is the representative body for management consultancy firms in the UK. Its mission is to promote the value of management consultancy for the economy and society as a whole. The MCA's member companies comprise around 60 per cent of the UK consulting industry, employ around 30,000 consultants and work with over 90 of the top FTSE 100 companies and almost all parts of the public sector. The UK consulting industry is amongst the best in the world and a vital part of the business landscape.
Compliance with the MCA's tough entry criteria and rigorous Code of Practice means that MCA member companies are widely acknowledged to provide high quality services to their clients.