Analysys Mason Receives A Queen’s Award For Enterprise For International Trade

The Queen's Awards for Enterprise for International Trade is the highest official UK awards for British businesses.

Press Release
April 30, 2021

LONDON, UK – Analysys Mason has been awarded a 2021 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise for International Trade. The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise recognise British businesses and other organisations who excel at international trade, innovation, sustainable development or promoting opportunity (through social mobility). They are the highest official UK awards for British businesses.

Analysys Mason is the leading global management consultancy specialising in telecoms, media and technology (TMT). With headquarters in London, and 16 other offices around the world, Analysys Mason plays an influential role in key industry milestones, supporting clients in more than 140 countries.

“We are delighted to receive a Queen’s Award for International Trade. The award follows a rigorous review of our vision and objectives for the future and reflects our commitment to corporate social responsibility and the environment. Above all, it underlines our long-term commitment to the TMT sector, putting quality and client satisfaction at the heart of all we do.” says Bram Moerman, Executive Vice Chair, Analysys Mason. “This award recognises the outstanding achievements of all our employees across the world in enabling our clients to achieve their goals, as well as our alumni who came before them and helped make Analysys Mason the pre-eminent global management consultancy focused on TMT.”

Now employing 350 staff, Analysys Mason delivers bespoke consultancy on strategy, transaction support, transformation, regulation and policy, further strengthened by globally respected research. Since 2004 Analysys Mason has been at the forefront of industry developments supporting companies through every phase of innovation.

Analysys Mason has its head office in London, and offices in Bonn, Cambridge, Dubai, Dublin, Hong Kong, Kolkata, Lund, Madrid, Manchester, Milan, New Delhi, New York, Oslo, Paris, Singapore and Stockholm.