Over 25 firms were awarded in the first-ever digital awards presentation.
As the pandemic continues to affect a growing number of countries and people, businesses are prompted to produce new innovations and services that would benefit their clients in these trying times.
In an effort to recognise the companies that delivered turnarounds, Singapore Business Review digitally held this year’s International Business Awards, National Business Awards, and Listed Companies Awards.
For the first time, the winning companies were honoured via visual and studio presentations held from the second to third week of August.
In its seventh year, the International Business Awards continues to laud the most outstanding international firms operating in Singapore. The Listed Companies Awards in its sixth year recognises publicly listed companies in the city state for their most unique and innovative practices. Meanwhile, homegrown Singaporean companies were celebrated in the fifth edition of the National Business Awards.
"The current situation provides companies the opportunity to innovate and create new products to help their customers during these challenging times." said Singapore Business Review editor-in-chief Tim Charlton.
This year's nominations were judged by a panel consisting of Henry Tan, group chief executive officer and chief innovation officer at Nexia TS; Jiak See Ng, executive director, Asia Pacific financial advisory leader at Deloitte; Max Loh, Singapore and Brunei Managing Partner, Ernst & Young LLP; Marcus Lam, partner, assurance leader at PricewaterhouseCoopers; Joshua Ong, managing partner at Baker Tilly; Roger Loo, executive director, management consulting services at BDO Consultants Pte Ltd; and Kuang Hui Tan, chief executive & managing partner at Crowe Singapore.
Singapore Business Review congratulates the following winners:
International Business Awards
Listed Companies Awards
National Business Awards
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