29 January 2021
Halma, the global group of life-saving technology companies, has been named Britain's Most Admired Company 2020. This is the longest-running peer-reviewed survey of corporate reputation in the UK, run by Management Today.
Halma earned the top award as Britain's Most Admired Company building on its performance in 2019, when it was ranked in 7th place overall. Halma also retained its No.1 ranking in the Engineering sector. The news was published in Management Today on 29 January 2021.
Adam Gale, Editor of Management Today commented:
'Halma is a very deserving winner of Britain's Most Admired Companies. There aren't many companies that can make brilliant the supposed basics of management. It has a well thought-out, purposeful, long-term strategy that it executes consistently and with discipline.'
Commenting on the award, Halma's Group Chief Executive, Andrew Williams, said:
'This award is testament to our clear purpose and the dedication and commitment of all our people, which has underpinned Halma's sustained success over many decades. Our purpose, which is to grow a safer, cleaner, healthier future for everyone, every day, keeps us focused on the things that matter to our business, our people and to wider society, and is the key driver for our long-term success.'
About Britain's Most Admired Company
Britain's Most Admired Company (BMAC) is compiled by asking Britain's largest companies and leading employers across 26 sectors to peer review each other against 13 criteria. The research is carried out by third-party organisation Echo Research and involves interviews with 300 board members, analysts and City commentators.
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