The only firm to have won three awards

Garrigues celebrates triple success at the MPF European Practice Management Awards


Garrigues has won ‘Best Managed Firm’, ‘Best Sustainability Reporting’ and ‘Best Management of Facilities’ at the Managing Partner Forum Awards held yesterday at the The Marriot in London, on a night to remember. The fim’s outstanding achievement as the only firm to have been awarded three prizes, was recognized at the end of the ceremony in a special mention.

Garrigues was the only firm to receive three awards: ‘Best Managed Firm’, meant for a firm with exceptional returns, strong growth and innovative strategies plus leadership in its chosen markets; ‘Best Sustainability Reporting’, for a firm that has made communicating its contribution to sustainability an integral part of the way that it does business and ‘Best Management of Facilities’ for a firm that has derived measurable business benefit from the use of its premises whether new or existing. All entries presented by the firms were scrutinized by a panel of judges considered as leading international management consultants and experts, based in the UK, Europe, North America and Australia.

First introduced in 2002, MPF´s awards are the only awards focusing on the full range of management disciplines within professional services firms in Europe. The awards aim to recognize the most noteworthy contributions in management that range from marketing, HR, technology, finance, facilities, knowledge management, best brand and leadership, amongst others.

The managing partners of Garrigues, José María Alonso and Miguel Gordillo, who attended the awards ceremony, expressed their pleasure at receiving the awards as "recognition of the wonderful work done by all members of staff, and an important affirmation of key values of this Firm such as quality, client focus, professionalism and a sound business approach."


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