Caritas Communications, Africa’s pioneer energy, oil and gas specialist reputation consultancy has emerged the best Reputation Management Consulting firm at the 2016 African Corporate Excellence Awards. Caritas’ recognition was announced by the United Kingdom-based Corporate Vision (CV) Magazine. Caritas beat other reputation management firms to clinch the award in the consultancy category.
Speaking on the criteria for selecting the winner, George Millar, Publications Editor for the Magazine said winners are decided by a combination of votes gathered from the publication’s network of respected industry partners followed by a rigorous in-house research, carried out by the magazine’s dedicated network of industry insiders and corporate specialists.
He said; “Each award is carefully scrutinised, from a nominee’s region to their performance over the past 12 months, their commitment to innovation, their methods, and even their competition to ensure that only the most deserving firms walk away with one of our prestigious trophies. The awards are based 100% on merit and are a reflection of those in the global consultancy industry currently making a massive impact in firms and industries worldwide”.
Millar added that the award covers industries all over the world from medical to image management and transportation, focusing more on consultants, their approach, and individual attributes and skills.
Commenting on the award, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Caritas Communications, Mr. Adedayo Ojo described the award as a reward for years of focus, diligence, and innovation. He said the award further affirms Caritas Communications as a value-oriented agency. “We at Caritas Communications are pleased to receive this award especially coming from a reputable international platform like the CV Magazine. We are indeed honoured. The award reiterates our position as Africa’s number one specialist reputation management firm”, he said. Mr. Ojo added that the award will further inspire Caritas to do more for its clients at a time when companies’ reputations are facing challenges as a result of unfulfilled stakeholder expectation.