TransAtlantic Growth(TAG) Awards 2018

BritishAmerican Business’ TransAtlantic Growth (TAG) Awards will aim the spotlight directly on SMEs operating and growing within the transatlantic business corridor.

The Awards take place at a huge networking party in London on 15 March 2018 to celebrate the work of SMEs that are successfully growing their transatlantic business; shortlisted organisations will have a unique opportunity to showcase their story to an influential gathering of BritishAmerican Business member organisations, Board members and peers.

Winners will not only receive recognition, credibility, brand exposure and PR from winning a TAG Award but also a package of carefully curated business incentives to offer practical support and encouragement in their progress.

The Awards are simple to enter and an organisation can enter in multiple categories or they can be nominated by a BAB member.

There are 11 Award categories and entries will be judged by an expert panel including Allyson Stewart-Allen, Director, International Marketing Partners, John Simmons, Minister Counselor for Commercial Affairs & Senior Commercial Officer, Embassy of the United States of America, Steve Allen, Partner, Mills & Reeve LLP and Chairman of the British American Business Council, Priya Guha, Ecosystem General Manager  of RocketSpace and Andy Simpson, Head of Barclays Business Banking Specialist Client Solutions.

In addition to the TAG Awards Party night in March, BAB are holding a series of TAG networking events at Grange St Pauls Hotel, London. These are stimulating evenings consisting of informal networking and a panel session to include SME representatives discussing their own transatlantic growth stories.  To find out more about the TAG Awards and join the TAG revolution join us at the next event on Wednesday 24 January

Event Details:


Thursday 15 March 2018


7:00pm – 10:00pm


Grange St. Pauls Hotel
10 Godliman Street




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