Consultancy & Training Acumen Centre has been named a bronze Stevie Award winner in the ‘Company of the Year – Business Service’ category.

More than 3,200 nominations from organisations of all sizes in every industry from more than 50 countries were submitted this year. Stevie Award winners include Coca Cola (Turkey), Grant Thornton LLP (Canada), Hewlett Packard (US), and Hyundai (South Korea).

The Stevie Awards were created to honour and generate public recognition of the achievements and positive contributions of organisations and working people worldwide.

“Having worked with large organisations and being a recipient of a string of awards has been gratifying. However, being the only company in 2012 to win a Stevie Award in an international scenario with an organisation that is as yet a small enterprise is exhilarating,” Consultancy & Training Acumen Centre executive director Vanessa Borg said.

Consultancy & Training Acumen Centre has helped businesses reach new performance heights whether it is creating a business plan, developing people, or devising clear, authentic communications channels. The company enjoys a strong customer portfolio, retaining an ongoing relationship with 85 per cent of its top clients for the past four years and carries more than 60 companies within its client base.

It has delivered training to more 62,000 participants, and has spearheaded projects within the hospitality, manufacturing, education, tourism, information technology, communications, retail, igaming, financial services and the publicsector.

Dr Borg has worked with organisations ranging from small entities to multinationals. She attained her DBA from Maastricht School of Management. Actively involved in various professional associations, she is a regular lecturer with higher educational institutions.

In June, Consultancy & Training Acumen Centre was also nominated to represent Malta in the 2012/2013 European Business Awards as a national finalist in the RSM International Entrepreneur of the Year Award category.

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