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May 2018

Nice awarded among the “Best Managed Companies” in Italy


Nice awarded among the “Best Managed Companies” in Italy

With an official ceremony held at Palazzo Mezzanotte in Milan, on May 22nd the first Italian edition of Deloitte’s international award “Best Managed Companies” came to a conclusion, and the selected companies, standing out for their organizational capacity, strategy, skills, commitment towards people and performance, were awarded at Borsa Italiana’s historic headquarters, in the framework of the initiative supported by ALTIS Catholic University, ELITE (London Stock Exchange Group project that supports the development and growth of high-potential companies) and Confindustria.

Nice was among the 31 companies that received the award, and for the occasion Luca Longhin, Human Resources Director, represented the company and picked up the prize.

Lauro Buoro, Nice Founder and Chairman, commented“People are at the heart of our corporate culture that knows how to produce economic and social value: since its establishment in 1993, Nice has believed in the diversity of ideas that generate innovation; it is a social organization open to relationships and to the constant exchange of knowledge with other companies, partners, universities and professional associations; it is a system that enhances business skills and its local community”.

The methodology used for selecting Italian Best Managed Companies, developed by Deloitte at an international level, was reviewed and adapted to the Italian context with the support of ALTIS Catholic University, to make it more relevant to the national socio-economic environment. The company selection process began with an assessment phase during which the candidates were supported by Deloitte professionals in the analysis of critical success factors such as corporate strategy, skills and competences, commitment and financial performance. At the end of the evaluation process, the jury selected the 31 winning companies, analyzing the profile of each participant and taking into consideration the company’ size, ownership structure and sector of activity.