Winners are shortlisted on the basis of data readily available to our research committee. This method makes the awards the most transparent and credible. With insight, deep analysis and research, we contact chief executives, top management officials, and company representatives in the region who successfully met the following criteria:
Financial information is an important indicator of success. Our Research Committee assess financial statistics for the nominee's organization, sales figures, benchmarking of the nominee's organization and its contribution to the industry/market.
Any international initiatives undertaken by the nominee are being considered; for example, identified potential new markets abroad, enhanced operations in other countries, set up foreign ventures or expanded the organization's affairs internationally. For organizations that are primarily domestic in scope, performance will be compared with global competitors in the same sector/industry.
How is the nominee's organization unique or innovative in its relationships with its customers? Our Research Committee assess the number of customers, growth within new markets, leading market share, delivering and producing new products/services.
Our Research Committee assessed the measures taken by the nominee to overcome health, safety, security, quality, environmental, sustainability issues with the implementation of standards and best practices. Most common ways to show this is improving energy efficiency, reducing waste, reducing water use, recycling waste material, reducing pollution, improving the environment or improving employees' well-being, using local suppliers, or addressing impact on climate change.
How the nominee guided a company through difficult periods and continued making improvements in order to bring about an innovative change in the market with a consumer-centric attitude, is a key assessment factor.
National and international awards won by the nominee.
The nominee must have demonstrated vision and leadership over several years. This includes specific situations or initiatives where the nominee’s insight, discernment and ability to lead and inspire has guided their organization to a new level of growth, achievement or recognition.
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