Inland Homes won for Best Digital Reporting in the Small Cap and AIM category. The company, a dynamic developer of urban regeneration projects, utilised their report to showcase a transparent look at their company, decision making process and how they create value over the short, medium and long term.
The IR Society Best Practice Awards, now in their 16th year recognises companies who are leading the way in best practice corporate communications. David Lloyd-Seed, Chair of the IR Society said of the event: “Those companies shortlisted for Tuesday’s awards have all shown how to adhere to and deliver best practice principles, and the quality of their entries, from the largest to the smaller companies, was extremely high. We are doing ourselves proud as an industry in communicating our investment case to the market and ensuring that investors have all they need readily available and easily digestible to understand what our companies do – that of course is the secret sauce that ensures a full and fair valuation – the lifeblood of any IRO. Congratulations to them all.”