Biesse is among the winners of the "Best Managed Companies" and "Italy’s Best Employer" awards
The first award marks Biesse's fifth consecutive win - placing it in the Gold category - of the "Best Managed Companies" Award, the prize instituted by Deloitte Private with the participation of ALTIS Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, ELITE-Gruppo Euronext - the ecosystem that helps small and medium-sized businesses to grow and access private and public capital markets - and Confindustria Piccola Industria. “These shining examples of Italian entrepreneurship were assessed according to the parameters of strategy, skill and innovation, commitment and corporate culture, governance and performance measurement, sustainability, supply chain and internationalisation, and were officially presented with their awards at Palazzo Mezzanotte, the headquarters of Borsa Italiana-Euronext, on Tuesday 4th of October”.
“We are delighted to receive this important recognition, which once again confirms the value of our work. This award falls within a highly positive period for our group, as the latest financial documents show - although we know, now more than ever, that it is essential to remain cautious with regard to the immediate future, in light of the many unknowns that the international scenario represents. In order to compete in a market that is increasingly changeable, we have launched a deep-rooted process of renewal of the group over the last two years, with a view to rendering it leaner and more efficient, simplifying its processes, and ensuring that it can adapt rapidly as new contexts arise”, emphasised Pierre La Tour, CFO of Biesse, at the award ceremony.
Biesse also received the "Italy's Best Employer" award, following the company's inclusion in the rankings drawn up on the basis of the survey conducted by expert analysts from Statista in collaboration with Corriere della Sera, which lists the companies with the highest level of satisfaction among employees in Italy. Biesse comes in third place in this ranking (with a score of 7.97) with regard to the engineering and systems design sector. “It's not just about smart working: employees are looking for values, well-being and training” - this is what has emerged from the analysis conducted on the Italian companies in the study.