BidX1 wins Deloitte ‘Best Managed Company’ award
We are delighted to announce that BidX1 has received a prestigious ‘Best Managed Company’ Award from Deloitte, following a rigorous evaluation process completed earlier this year.
Johnny Horgan, Managing Director for Europe at BidX1, said:
“It is an honour to receive an award described by Deloitte as a ‘mark of excellence’, following a comprehensive assessment which evaluated BidX1 across a wide range of pillars – from our long-term vision and strategy to our financial and governance structures, as well as our company culture, management team and commitment to innovation.
“Congratulations to all of our teams, who are so passionate about improving the property transaction for buyers and sellers. This award is a testament to their talent and hard work.”
The winners were announced this evening at a virtual ceremony hosted by Miriam O'Callaghan. Congratulations to all of the companies who received awards this year, and to Deloitte for championing best-in-class management and organisational success across more than 35 countries worldwide:
“Every year, thousands of entrepreneurial companies worldwide compete in a thorough and independent process, where they are benchmarked against a common evaluation framework. Winners share common attributes, including long-term vision, global orientation, commitment to develop talent, adaptability to changing market conditions, and ability to execute a robust strategic plan.”
Harry Goddard, CEO, Deloitte Ireland and judging panel member commented:
“This year’s winning companies had robust strategies in place prior to the pandemic, which enabled them to respond comprehensively to the changing situations they found themselves in. With no sector untouched by the impact of Covid-19, many companies remained committed to ensuring that they did not fall into the trap of doing things like they had always been done, just because that had worked in the past; in fact, many companies took the extraordinary challenge as an opportunity to develop and improve processes.
“The judges noted that, despite the risk of falling into crisis mode and focusing solely on the immediate challenges facing their businesses, the winning companies were adept at maintaining a long-term view of where their organisations were going and a strong clarity of purpose on what the business was trying to achieve, and why.”
More details about Deloitte's Best Managed Company programme is available here.
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