Calling all 2023 Philippine growth champions, we want you
Written by: Tina Arceo-Dumlao
After almost three years of the pandemic widely impacting markets, the challenge for companies—regardless if they are big or small—now as we move towards a freer world is how they can bounce back and recalibrate their operations towards growth.
Some Philippine companies have managed to do just that despite the circumstances. It is these companies that the Philippine Daily Inquirer and international market research firm Statista want to recognize and include in the list of the Philippines’ Growth Champions for 2023 to be published early next year.
Now in its third year, the Philippines’ Growth Champions will showcase companies that were able to post a robust growth over the past three years, including the pandemic-hit 2020 and 2021.
Celebrating these wins remains part of the Philippine Daily Inquirer’s thrust to champion Filipinos and tell their story, which explains its continuing partnership with Statista to put out a new list of admirable growth champions.
Talking about the initiative, Michael Bausch, Lead Analyst on Philippines Growth Champions said, “We are very excited to see which companies maintained their growth momentum and thrived despite yet another challenging business year in 2021.”
Kat Dalusong, Vice President and Group Sales Head at Inquirer Group of Companies, said, PDI is likewise thrilled to partner with Statista in recognizing these outstanding companies for the third year. “We have seen that even amid the pandemic, there are companies that were able to pivot and adjust to the new normal business environment despite the challenges. We are glad to recognize these companies through this list as we highlight their successes,” she said. Dalusong hopes the list inspires those in the business sector to continue to strive and be optimistic amid a global health crisis.
Last year, a Quezon City-based commerce and shopping corporation topped the list with a total revenue of P4.4B in 2020, marking a 30,136 percent absolute growth from its 2017 revenue
Participation is absolutely free. All you have to do is enter your company’s revenue figures and complete the registration form at inq.news/GCregister for the chance to be included in the Philippine rankings for 2023.
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.
Eligible to join are companies with revenues of at least P5 million in 2018 and at least P30 million in 2021. They must be headquartered in the Philippines and the revenue growth must be primarily organic or internally generated.
Inclusion in the prestigious ranking is a visible and public acknowledgement 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.
The deadline for registration is on January 15, 2023.
Further information can be found on: inq.news/growthchampions2023
The final rankings to be determined by Statista will be published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer and posted on www.inquirer.net.
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