TTCSI Excellence in Service Awards 2016

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  1. What is the Excellence in Service Award?
    For the Sixth consecutive year, the TTCSI will be hosting the Excellence in Services Awards. The TTCSI Excellence in Services Awards is designed to recognize role models in the industry for their outstanding performance and contribution to the growth and development of the Services Industries in Trinidad and Tobago.The TTCSI’s Excellence in Service Awards aims at increasing national productivity and enhancing competitiveness in the local services sector. Launched in 2011, the TTCSI Excellence in Service Award is the highest accolade given to local organizations for their achievements in quality and performance. It also contributes to raising awareness about the importance of quality and performance excellence as a competitive edge.
  2. Excellence in Service Award Objectives
    1. Identify service role models either as person or organisation
    2. Recognise the efforts of persons and organization in the service sector
    3. Inspire persons, organization and their service staff to scale new heights
    4. Encourage service champions
  3. How does the Excellence in Service Award benefit my organisation?
    You can use the Excellence in Service Award logo on all your collaterals
    The logo is a mark of exceptional excellence that shows you have the best possible systems which ensure your business:

    • consistently delights customers
    • delivers unparalleled customer experiences
    • creates business value
  4. Eligibility Criteria
    Persons and Organisations (depending on the category) in the Service Industry that are members of TTCSI can nominate individuals and organisations (depending on the category) for any of the award levels as long as they are eligible and meet the respective criteria.To apply for any category of award, individuals and / or organisations must have:

    • Nominations are open to all services providers.
    • States agencies are not eligible.
    • Companies must be registered in Trinidad and Tobago and 51% locally owned.
    • Nominated companies must provide a service identified under the CPC or UNCTAD Classification.
    • Individual and or organisation cannot receive an award in the same category for two (2) consecutive years.
    • Individual and organisation who received an award may be nominated for a different award category in the following year.
  5. Other Information
    • The Award shall be presented upon final selection by the Award Committee
    • Nominations will be completed online
    • Incomplete nominations will not be accepted
    • Two week before the end of the nominations period, pre-screening of nominations received will allow to check the accuracy of the information and if required to recommend nominees to submit any further information

Company Awards

Best Use of Innovation in Services

Award for Best Use Innovation:

Company that has demonstrated technological superiority, functional innovation and differentiation within their industry that results in increased customer value, market potential and commercial viability over a period of two (2) years

Company which has brought in new technology, service, process, invention, idea or design. Consideration will be given to the facilitation of easier provision of services to customers, enhancing the working environment for the employers and rendering a work ethic to meet the demands of the C21st century local business environment.

  • Company that has demonstrated technological superiority, functional innovation and differentiation within their industry over a period of two (2) years
  • Company which has brought in new technology, service, process, invention, idea or design over a period of two (2) years

 

Best New Service

Award for Best New Service:

Company must have a new/ budding service (within a two (2) year time frame). It must also show capacity for continual development and growth. The company must also demonstrate resilience against challenges faced in setting up a new business with dedication for stability. Additionally, the company should show the impact of its new service in the business environment.

  • Company must have a new budding service within a period of two (2) years
  • Company must show capacity for continual development and growth
  • Company must show resilience against challenges face in setting up a new business
  • Company must show the impact of its new service in the business environment

 

Service Provider of the Year – The Lawrence Placide Award

Award for Service Provider of the Year:

The company must make an outstanding contribution to the private sector in Trinidad and Tobago over a period of two (2) years. The company must demonstrate exceptional customer oriented skills. The company must also show keen interest in longevity and reliability of the service offered in the local business environment.

  • Company must make an outstanding contribution to the local private sector over a period of two (2) years
  • Company must demonstrate exceptional customer oriented skills
  • Company must show keen interest in longevity and reliability of service offered to local business environment

 

Service Association of the Year – The Ramesh Sarabjit Award

Award for Service Association of the Year:

This will be awarded to the Services Sector Association, which has made the most significant contribution to its members and community outreach within the last two (2) years. Applicants will need to demonstrate the contributions, which they have made, and the benefits of any contribution which can be (but not limited to) support for community based education, schemes to assist with community unemployment or donations made to charitable organisations.

Service Sector Association must make significant contribution to its members and community outreach within the last two (2) years

 

Service Exporter of the Year- The Ken Valley Award

The recipient of this award must be in business for at least two (2) years. It should be currently exporting to one or more countries and have increased their export sales by at least 15% of total turnover.

  • Company must be in business for at least two (2) years
  • Company must be currently exporting to one or more countries
  • Company must have increased their export sales by at least 15% of total turnover within the last year

 

Individual

 

Young Service Provider of the Year (Individual(s))

Award for Young Service Provider of the Year:

This award will recognize the individual(s) who must be between the ages of 18-30 years. The receipient(s) must have a business established over two (2) years. The recipients(s) should also show capacity for development and growth of the service provided. The receipient(s) must demonstrate skills of entrepreneurship and business management.

  • Individual must be between the ages of 18-30 years
  • Individual must have a business established over two (2) years
  • Individual must show capacity for development and growth of business
  • Individual must demonstrate skills of entrepreneurship and business management

 

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