Is your company a growth champion? Register now!
Did your company post high revenue growth from 2016 to 2019 despite the daunting challenges that came its way?
If the answer is yes, then your company has a chance to be included in the inaugural list of the Philippines’ Growth Champions, which will be published early next year.
A project of the Philippine Daily Inquirer and international market research firm Statista, the Philippines’ Growth Champions seeks to showcase companies that were able to consistently record stellar revenue figures over the past few years, thus increasing their chances of weathering the COVID-19 storm.
Celebrating these wins is part of the Inquirer’s thrust to champion Filipinos and tell their story, which was why it did not hesitate to partner with Statista to put out the inaugural list.
As Inquirer chief operating officer Rudyard Arbolado said: “We are honored to partner with Statista in publishing ‘The Philippines’ Growth Champions 2021.’ The report will enable us to highlight and recognize the contribution of fast-growing enterprises to the Philippine economy and nation-building in general.”
“These companies are expected to be crucial components to our country’s business recovery efforts. The Philippine Daily Inquirer is committed to helping these enterprises achieve their objectives,” Arbolado added.
Inclusion in the ranking is indeed a visible and public acknowledgment of your company’s performance that extends far beyond your specific industry and country. It will also generate attention for your business on the part of potential partners, customers and investors around the world.
Participation is absolutely free. All you have to do is enter your company’s revenue figures and complete the registration form at https://survey.statista-research.com/787542?lang=en for the chance to be included in the Philippine rankings.
Plus, your company will have the opportunity to also be included in the upcoming edition of the Financial Times’ High Growth Companies Asia-Pacific, which will be published in The Financial Times and its global website FT.com as well as in the Nikkei Asia magazine.
Eligible to join are companies with revenues of at least P5 million in 2016 and at least P50 million in 2019. These companies must be independent, which means they are not a subsidiary or branch office of another company. They must be headquartered in the Philippines and the revenue growth must be primarily organic or internally generated.
Talking about the initiative, Felix Kapel, lead analyst in this project at Statista, said:, “The Philippines has shown a sustained growth over the years amid rising global uncertainty and inflationary pressure. That’s the reason why we decided to partner with the renowned Philippine Daily Inquirer and launch this research project; we want to provide an overview of the businesses and entrepreneurial superstars, the driving forces of this development.”
The deadline for registration is on Jan. 15, 2021.
Further information can be found on: https://www.statista.com/page/growth-philippines
The final rankings to be determined by Statista will be published in the Inquirer and posted on www.inquirer.net.
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