The Employee Engagement Awards (EE Awards) today announced its first license agreement to launch The EE Awards across the continent of Africa. The agreement is with the South African based executive leadership advisory company Landelahni, led by Sandra Burmeister.
The EE Awards was established by CEO and Founder Matt Manners in the UK mid 2014. Established to shine a light on the inspiring work being done in engagement, whilst communicating to the boardroom the value it can deliver to employees and communities, as well as the bottom line.
In the short three years from conception The EE Awards has a local presence across the whole of Europe, North America, Australasia and now Africa. There are also three new regions being explored to launch as early as 2018.
The business has evolved from purely recognition with Awards to education via best practice case studies and thought-leadership at its conferences around the world. These best practices will soon be shared online via our website www.ee-awards.com from June 2017.
The EE Awards has worked with and seen finalists from companies such as: BMW, Boeing, Cisco, Direct Line, Expedia, Ford, IBM, KPMG, Lloyds Bank, MasterCard, MetLife, Microsoft, PwC, Ralph Lauren, Slack, Visa, Virgin and many more.
Matt Manners stated,
“Today is a landmark for The EE Awards. As we approach our third year anniversary we have signed our first license agreement to launch on our fourth continent. This is an agreement that will take us to a part of the world where Employee Engagement can have a real and dramatic impact on the lives of workers.
Landelahni’s vision for the African EE Awards is inspiring and focused on delivering a real human impact through good practice in engagement, within all types of employers across the continent. The EE Awards model of recognition and education is based on local experiences and culturally relevant practices. We will be working closely with them to make year one a great success.”
To register your interest in The 2017 African EE Awards & Conference in Johannesburg then please visit our site www.ee-awards.com ahead of the official opening of the African site in early June.
Event dates and information will be released directly by The African EE Awards team in the next fortnight. Watch this space.
Tricia Sibbons, COO, The African EE Awards, commented,
“we are delighted to be joining the global EE Awards family, who have established an outstanding practice and presence in the employee engagement sector. As we celebrate Africa Month here, we are confident that bringing African voices to this work will deepen engagement practice across the globe”.
The 2017 North American Employee Engagement Conference is set for June 08, 2017 in Chicago. Tickets are still available with 40% off at – https://us.ee-awards.com/conference/