Awarded "Best Managed Company" by Deloitte for the third year in a row
Once again the Biesse Group is among the winners of the third edition of the Italian "Best Managed Companies". The initiative to support and reward Italian companies that stand out for their excellent organisational skills, strategy and performance is promoted by Deloitte, an international company in the business sector offering services in the fields of auditing, risk consultancy (Risk Advisory), tax consultancy, financial consultancy (Financial Advisory) and consulting for companies and institutions from all sectors of the economy.
Deloitte evaluated companies on the basis of six pillars: strategy, skills and innovation, corporate social responsibility, corporate commitment and culture, corporate governance and performance measurement, internationalisation.
"Congratulations to the Biesse Group for this important recognition", said Ernesto Lanzillo, Private Leader for Italy, Greece and Malta, and Andrea Restelli, Deloitte Partner and BMC Manager. "The companies honoured in this third edition have shown not only outstanding performance but also great ability and resilience in coping with the crisis caused by the ongoing Covid 19 pandemic. In fact, the assessment of the candidates took longer than expected to allow us to assess the way the candidates have managed the crisis period. The 59 best-run companies in this issue are thus the reflection of an Italy made up of excellence, which, by exploiting its strengths and through careful management, is successfully overcoming an unprecedented period of uncertainty".
There are a total of 59 "Deloitte Best Managed Companies" (BMC), i.e. companies that have received awards under the Deloitte initiative. In addition to Deloitte, the Altis Università Cattolica supports the competition, as does "Elite", a programme of the London Stock Exchange Group and the Italian employers' organisation Confindustria.
were selected at the end of a careful evaluation process by an independent jury
composed of experts from the Italian institutional, academic and business world:
Professor Lorenzo Ornaghi, Honorary President of the School of Economics and
International Relations (ASERI) and university lecturer, former Rector of the
Catholic University and former Minister of the Italian Republic, Maurizio
Costa, Director of important Italian groups with consolidated management
experience, and Francesca Brunori, Director of the Credit and Finance Division