i4F awarded 2021/22 Best Managed Company

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Best Managed CompanyHamont, Belgium—i4F has been named a 2021/22 Best Managed Company by Deloitte for a second consecutive year. As a result, i4F said it remains a part of the global BMC community, hosted by Deloitte and is invited to participate in international assemblies on a wide range of key business areas.

In addition to being named a 2021/22 Best Managed Company, i4F has also been nominated again for the 2021/22 Excellence Award for strategy, judged by a panel of prominent leaders representing a variety of industries. According to the company, the winner of this year’s Excellence Award for Strategy will be revealed on June 21, 2022, at a ceremony being held in the Netherlands.

The annual BMC program aims to find the best managed, privately owned companies, according to the company. The program evaluates a company’s management capabilities and practices as well as recognizes overall business performance and growth. i4F said it received a 2021/22 Best Managed Companies award as a tier one player demonstrating several best management abilities and practices. This included strategy, culture and commitment, capabilities and innovation as well as finance and ESG compared to peers.

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