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Professionals, entrepreneurs and leaders from all backgrounds turn to us because we understand how to build legacies & reputations.
By enhancing the tangible aspects of our clients’ public-facing lives, we build on what is already there to bring continued and greater success. A portfolio of respected awards and peer recognition helps them stand out from the crowd and bring their achievements the acclaim that they have earned.
Below you will find the Royal, National and Individual Honours and Awards we specialise in, and how our expert team can add you to our ever-growing list of successful clients.
The MBE, or Member of the Order of the British Empire, is a prestigious honour awarded to individuals who have made significant contributions to society in the United Kingdom. The MBE was established in 1917 during World War I to recognise civilian and military service during the war. Since then, it has evolved to recognise individuals who have made significant contributions in various fields, including science, arts, charity work, and public service. The MBE is the most common honour awarded for distinguished service in any field.
The MBE is awarded by the British monarch, currently King Charles III, on the advice of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. Nominations for the MBE can be made by anyone, and the nomination process is relatively straightforward. However, the nominee must have made a significant, sustained, and tangible contribution to their area of work, community, or society as a whole, and the contribution must have a positive impact on others.
Receiving an MBE is a significant achievement and a recognition of an individual’s hard work and dedication to their field or community. It is a way for the British government to recognise and celebrate the achievements of individuals who have made a significant contribution to society, and to inspire others to follow in their footsteps.
A Knighthood is a prestigious title conferred upon individuals by the British monarch in recognition of their distinguished service to their country or outstanding personal achievements. Knighthood is one of the oldest honours in the world and has been in existence since medieval times. In the UK, the title of Knight is often associated with chivalry, and those who are conferred with this title are expected to uphold the virtues of honour, courage, and loyalty.
The honour of Knighthood is bestowed upon individuals who have made exceptional contributions to their country in various fields, including science, arts, business, charity work, and public service. The title of Knight is often conferred upon individuals who have made significant contributions to their field and have demonstrated a lifelong commitment to their work.
Receiving a Knighthood is a remarkable achievement that recognises an individual’s dedication to their field or community. The honour serves as a way for the British government to recognise and celebrate the achievements of individuals who have made significant contributions to society and inspire others to follow in their footsteps. The title of Knight is one of the highest honours that can be bestowed upon an individual in the UK and is a mark of great distinction and achievement.
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