Dublin companies are being encouraged to apply for Ireland’s Best Managed Companies Awards 2021 – after a year like no other.
The annual awards programme run by Deloitte Private supports and recognises indigenous companies which are key to economic recovery and growth.
Through its 2021 awards it aims to recognise how companies responded to pandemic challenges, and the resilience shown in difficult circumstances.
Anya Cummins, Head of Deloitte Private, said: “2020 was a challenging year for many businesses and sectors.
“Through that period we have seen how indigenous businesses have gone the extra mile across a range of sectors to continue to operate, manufacture and deliver goods and services in a very disruptive operational environment, while keeping their people’s and customers’ safety as their top priority.
“We recognise that the impact of the pandemic varies significantly sector by sector, and this will be taken into consideration in assessing applicants this year.
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“We look forward to recognising and celebrating teams who have pivoted their businesses through one of the most testing times in memory, with strong leadership and resilience.”
Winners will receive access to use the Best Managed designation, a globally-renowned symbol of corporate success and resilience, and will join the exclusive Best Managed Companies Club with access to year-round events such CEO roundtables.
For further information and details on how to enter the awards, visit www.deloitte.ie/bestmanaged. The closing date for Phase 1 entries is Friday 26 February 2021.
Companies that progress to Phase 2 of the application process will be notified in March with the winners to be officially announced at the annual Gala Awards and Symposium in September 2021.