N-SIDE recognized as Best Managed Company

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Justin Gellezak
13/05/2022
 

For the first time, N-SIDE is awarded one of the Best Managed Companies in Belgium. Each year, the Best Managed Companies programme rigorously evaluates participants against a proven global framework: a clear long-term strategy, extensive capabilities, strong commitment, and excellent financial performance. The independent jury acknowledged the ability of this year’s laureates to achieve success and a stronger market position even in times of crisis. 

 

In 2017, Deloitte Private launched Belgium Best Managed Companies in collaboration with Econopolis, joined by KU Leuven in 2019.

The programme aims to provide guidance and recognition for Belgian privately owned and managed companies that achieve excellent results.

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The globally proven framework is used to assess their leadership qualities and practices in the areas of strategy, capabilities, commitment, and financial performance. Companies wishing to participate in the programme must have a turnover exceeding €10 million. They must have been established for at least five years, with more than 25 full-time employees and a majority stake (> 60%) owned by a Belgian resident, person or entity. The company’s HQ or a major decision centre must be located in Belgium and they must be fully compliant from a legal, tax and ethical perspective. 

Maud Larochette

 

“We feel extremely proud. This award is an important recognition of the work done by all our teams and collective effort to ensure the sustainability of our company. It shows that we are not only a very fast growing company but a robust and resilient one. It also demonstrates how reliable we are and it substantially increases the trust our partners and key stakeholders place in us, which is essential for our business".

Maud Larochette, CFO & HR Director

The Best Managed Companies label is an international label denoting quality and excellence. The programme was developed in 1993 in Canada and has been rolled out in the meantime over 42 countries worldwide.