DigitalCFO Newsroom | 18 March 2022
18 awards were presented to companies demonstrating excellence in leadership and innovation at the virtual awards ceremony.
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At the 9th edition of Frost & Sullivan’s Best Practices Awards for the Middle East, Africa, and South Asia (MEASA) region on March 16, 2022, 18 awards were presented to companies demonstrating excellence, innovation, and leadership via the virtual awards ceremony. The awards honored companies that demonstrated unique excellence in product innovation and business strategy and accomplished innovative or disruptive breakthroughs.
The awards were presented to 14 companies across the following sectors:
- Information & Communication Technologies (ICT)
- Energy & Environment
- Healthcare & Lifesciences
“As transformations occur across industries and business models evolve, adapting to the new normal is crucial if organizations are to flourish,” said Robin Joffe, Partner and Managing Director, Frost & Sullivan—MEASA. “The process isn’t always easy, but it is essential. This recognition by Frost & Sullivan is a testament to the hard work of the winning organizations and the strategies they have undertaken. I look forward to seeing these companies reach higher levels.”
Amol Kotwal, Vice President, Frost & Sullivan, added: “I am extremely delighted to laud the top-performing companies across various sectors. Frost & Sullivan’s Best Practices Awards recognition program identifies and recognizes best-in-class companies that have demonstrated exceptional performance by implementing innovative strategies and business models to achieve leading positions in the marketplace. We believe this recognition will encourage the winning companies to strive for their best in growing the business and spur further achievements as they continue to push the boundaries of excellence, and in doing so, set the tone for the future. Frost & Sullivan takes pride in recognizing and celebrating the accomplishments of these winning companies, and we wish them continued success in their future endeavors.”