This year, 16 Hungarian private companies have been honored with the Best Managed award by the Best Managed Companies (BMC) jury, Világgazdaság reports. The year of 2023, marked the second edition of Deloitte Private’s business mentoring program in Hungary, rewarding outstanding private companies for their excellence in business management.
Participating companies had the opportunity to gain insights into global leadership practices and were supported by highly qualified mentors throughout the different phases of the program. Among other things, companies received confirmation of their current best practices and potential areas for improvement.
FactThe Best Managed Companies program is Deloitte Private’s global business mentoring program, designed to support and recognize local privately-owned companies. The aim of the program is for domestic companies to see where they stand compared to global leading practices. The program was launched in Canada in 1993. It is now present in a total of 48 countries, including most of Europe, the United States, and several countries in South America and Asia.
Companies with the Best Managed certification share a number of common characteristics that enable continuous and sustainable growth. One is their ability to see change as an opportunity in the challenging economic environment of recent years. Their commitment, resilience, and forward thinking have enabled them to maintain growth,”
said Gábor Kóka, Senior Partner of Deloitte Private in Central Europe.
The list of companies to receive awards under the 2023 program was revealed on September 29 at a gala event at the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest.
This year, the following 16 companies have earned the Best Managed certification:
- H1 Systems Mérnöki Szolgáltatások Kft.
- HELL ENERGY Magyarország Kft.
- Qualysoft Informatikai Zrt.
- Schiller Autó Család Zrt.
- Wagner Solar Hungária Kft.
“The success of last year’s program has led to a doubling in the number of companies applying this year. The mentoring program is an excellent opportunity for domestic private companies to see where they stand compared to global best practices. In addition, our goal is to build a community of Best Managed companies both domestically and internationally,” added Gergely Bálint, Operations Manager of the BMC program.
Via Világgazdaság, Featured image: Facebook/Deloitte