Saturday June 6, 2020

‘Indigenous companies are critical for our economy’

The ultimate aim of the Deloitte Best Managed Companies programme is to give companies guidance along their growth journeys and provide coaching on best business practices

2nd September, 2018
Siobhán Lennon, chief executive, The Sunday Business Post; David Magee, head of membership, Irish Management Institute; Anya Cummins, partner, Deloitte; Andrew Graham, director, Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking

Indigenous companies with the capacity to scale successfully will be crucial to the Irish economy in the years ahead, the Deloitte partner leading this year’s Best Managed Companies (BMC) Awards programme has said.

“With the economy stronger than at any point in the last decade, it’s time to focus on making it sustainable,” said Anya Cummins.“Critical to this will be the growth of indigenous companies who will remain the workhorses of the economy....

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