Cooper Grace Ward among Brisbane’s leading corporate citizens

05 September 2013 Topics:

Cooper Grace Ward has been named a finalist in the 2013 Lord Mayor’s Business Awards in the category of Corporate Citizenship.

The award recognises companies that demonstrate leadership and excellence across ‘triple bottom line’ criteria – economic, social and environmental performance – as well as leadership in the development of their people, including staff development, incentives and work/life balance.

Managing Partner Chris Ward said the nomination was testament to the hard work of his team members to engage with the firm’s values and with the broader community.

“Cooper Grace Ward is proud to contribute to Brisbane’s status as a ‘liveable city’ and a ‘new world city’,” he said.

“This is demonstrated not only by our innovative people and environment strategies, but also by our reputation for exceptional service to our client base, which is made up of individuals and organisations throughout Queensland, as well as interstate and internationally.”

“We recognise the synergies between our strong corporate citizenship strategies, our overall employee engagement and the outcomes produced for clients by our team.”

Mr Ward said Cooper Grace Ward’s inclusion as a finalist in this year’s awards placed the firm in good company, alongside many of the city’s most iconic businesses.

“Brisbane’s business community is home to an incredible wealth of talent, and we take pride in being named among some of the city’s most high calibre companies and individuals,” he said.

The winner of the Award for Corporate Citizenship will be announced at the Lord Mayor’s Business Awards Gala Dinner on 11 October at the recently rejuvenated City Hall.

Cooper Grace Ward congratulates all of this year’s finalists on their achievements.

To find out more about the awards, visit: www.lmba.com.au

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