SBR Management Excellence Awards 2020 recognises top executives and firms

Over 30 companies were lauded in this year’s presentation.

Amidst the challenges brought upon by the pandemic, company managements are faced with the question of how they can protect their stakeholders whilst effectively maximising opportunities and adapting the digitisation trend. Those who were able to transform amidst the crisis has proved to be the crème de la crème in their respective industries.

Singapore Business Review recognised these companies as it lauded outstanding executives and firms at the SBR Management Excellence Awards 2020 held via individual studio presentations and a virtual presentation in December, following social distancing and safety guidelines.

Now in its sixth year, Singapore Business Review honours the country’s most outstanding business leaders, including trailblazing teams and individuals whose initiatives have brought tangible business gains for the success of their companies.

This year’s winners were judged by an elite panel that includes Irving Low, Partner, Co-Head of Advisory at KPMG in Singapore; Cheang Wai Keat, Head of Consulting at Ernst & Young Advisory Pte. Ltd.; David Chew, Risk Advisory Regional Managing Partner at Deloitte Southeast Asia; Roger Loo, Executive Director, Management Consulting Services at BDO LLP; Yeo Boon Chye, Senior Partner, Head of Assurance at Foo Kon Tan; Lim Wei Wei Partner, Governance & Risk Practice Leader at Baker Tilly TFW LLP.

Congratulations to the winners!

Executive of the Year

Innovator of the Year

  • Chemicals- Dr. Mohammad Hossein Davood Abadi Farahani, Founder & CEO, SEPPURE Pte Ltd
  • Non-Profit or Government Organizations- Kelvin Kong Chiu Wen, Founder, Voices Of Asia
  • Biotechnology- Martin-Immanuel Bittner MD DPhil, CEO, Arctoris Pte Ltd
  • Technology- Samir Neji, CEO. Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) Pte Ltd

Team of the Year

Employee Engagement of the Year

COVID Management Initiative of the Year

If you would like to join the 2021 awards and be awarded as one of the most outstanding companies in Singapore, please contact Julie at julie@charltonmediamail.com or at +65 3158 1386

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