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SBR salutes top executives and teams at Management Excellence Awards 2021

Over 40 companies were recognised in the 7th edition of the awards programme.

The success of a company is dependent on its people. With the threat of the healthcare crisis not going away anytime soon, it is important for leaders to collaborate with their teams in achieving a shared goal and have innovative solutions to unique challenges that each of them are facing. The 7th SBR Management Excellence Awards, then, aims to recognise these initiatives and celebrate the great leadership that executives and company managements have shown especially amidst adversity.

In the 2021 edition of the awards programme, over 40 executives and teams respective sectors were recognised for their innovative business practices that brought tangible business gains for the success of their companies. Companies were also honoured for their exceptional employee engagements and COVID management initiatives that made a positive impact to their workforce and customers. 

These businesses represent a wide range of industries, including banking and finance, insurance, manufacturing, retail, real estate, IT services, corporate accommodations, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, etc. The winners will be awarded from 01 to 14 December via hybrid interviews through digital and hotel presentations.

This year’s winners were judged by an elite panel of judges that includes Wai Keat Cheang, Partner, Consulting at Ernst & Young Advisory Pte. Ltd; Irving Low, Partner, Co-Head Advisory at KPMG Singapore; David Chew, Risk Advisory Regional Managing Partner at Deloitte Southeast Asia; Roger Loo, Executive Director at BDO Consultants Pte Ltd; Joshua Ong, Managing Partner & Practice Leader, Capital Markets & IPO, FCA (Singapore) at Baker Tilly.

Congratulations to the winners!

SBR MANAGEMENT EXCELLENCE AWARDS

Executive of the Year

Innovator of the Year

Team of the Year

COVID Management Initiative of the Year

Employee Engagement of the Year

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