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Business in the Community

First Touch TV was first commissioned to create films of all the winning entries in the 2014 Business In The Community Responsible Business Awards. We must have done something right because we have been recommissioned to do the same every year since. The process involves interviewing over 150 people from more than 70 shortlisted organisations. The 14 winners' films are shown to an audience of 1,500 business leaders at the awards evening at the Royal Albert Hall.


Barclays won the Championing an Ageing Workforce award in 2017 for its programme of finding, training and employing older workers.

East of England Co-operative won the Enterprise Growth award at the 2015 Business in the Community Responsible Business Awards for its role in supporting local producers with its Locally Sourced product range.

AllLife won the Global Development award at the 2015 Business in the Community Responsible Business Awards for its role in providing life insurance to HIV+ people in South Africa.

Camden Town Unlimited won the small business award for Enterprise Growth at the Business in the Community Responsible Business Awards 2014 for its Collective Project which takes unused space around Camden and turns it into office facilities for small creative enterprises.

In 2016, St Leger Homes of Doncaster won the Championing an Ageing Workforce Award for their work in helping retrain staff who are finding the physical nature of their work too demanding.