BritishAmerican Business Transatlantic Growth Awards 2019

Wednesday 08 May

2019 marks a critical juncture in the trajectory of UK global trade, as it seeks to redefine its position on the world stage outside the European Single Market. One source of prosperity and stability we can look to is the Transatlantic Trade and Investment relationship, the strongest and most valuable bi-lateral economic relationship on Earth.


BAB’s Transatlantic Growth (TAG) Awards seek to celebrate the special relationship in style and recognise and reward the companies from SMEs to MNCs that invest in the transatlantic economy, creating growth, prosperity and jobs on both sides of the pond.


Following on from the success of the inaugural TAG Awards for SMEs last year, BAB is raising the profile to celebrate capital investment and transatlantic growth on a large scale at the 2019 TAG Awards Evening. This year, BAB will be rewarding the most significant US/UK Investor of the Year; Long Term US/UK Investors, Successful Launches and Expansions into the UK and US, and SMEs in the US and UK Markets.


The TAG Awards is proud to have the support from senior representatives in the UK and US Governments: Select USA and the Department for International Trade.


The judging process takes place during February and our eminent panel of judges includes:

Duncan Edwards, CEO, BritishAmerican Business

Vivian Hunt DBE, Chair, BritishAmerican Business and Managing Partner UK & Ireland, McKinsey & Company

Mark Slaughter, Director General of Investment, Department of International Trade

John Simmons, Minister Counselor for Commercial Affairs & Senior Commercial Officer, Embassy of the United States of America

Julian Brockman, Deputy Head, International Subsidiary Banking – South Region, HSBC UK Bank

Nadia Clinton, Country Manager, UK & Ireland, Delta Air Lines

Event Details:


Wednesday 8th May


6:00pm – 8:30pm


St Ermin’s Hotel
2 Caxton St,
London SW1H 0QW

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