04.08.2022, 20:23

Frost & Sullivan Institute lauds Global Companies with Prestigious Enlightened Growth Leadership Awards

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Frost & Sullivan Institute's Enlightened Growth Leadership Best Practices Recognition recognizes organizations around the globe that are committed to 'growth for good'. There exists an obsolete pressure of maintaining a tradeoff between business growth and global priorities, but the Frost & Sullivan Institute has identified around 1% of global Companies that that address global priorities and "innovate to zero" while still leading the way in growth and transformation.

Frost & Sullivan Institute lauds Global Companies with Prestigious Enlightened Growth Leadership Awards

"We have identified companies that are not only committed to their growth, but also committed to their people and the larger cause of sustainability. These companies have demonstrated success in merging business acumen with a moral imperative. This recognition is significant in terms of reiterating an organization's dedication to its stakeholders, including its employees, investors, and clients and sustainability." said Prerna Mohan, Director, Frost & Sullivan Institute.

"We have identified companies that are not only committed to their growth, but also committed to their people and the larger cause of sustainability. These companies have demonstrated success in merging business acumen with a moral imperative. This recognition is significant in terms of reiterating an organization's dedication to its stakeholders, including its employees, investors, and clients and sustainability." said Prerna Mohan, Director, Frost & Sullivan Institute.

Frost & Sullivan Institute follows its proprietary, measurement-based methodology, combined with extensive research, in-depth analyses, and benchmarking, to shortlist recipients.  Our Global think tank does a detailed review of all perspectives on where and how companies can improve our global economy and improve the future of the planet.  With performance indicators such as growth excellence, innovation to zero on key global priorities, customer value chain, and technology innovation forming the backbone of the selection process, the winners represent the best of the best.

Frost & Sullivan Institute congratulates all recipients of the Enlightened Growth Leadership Best Practices Recognition. As we did last year, we will recognize and celebrate the 2022 recipients at our Virtual Awards Banquet in November.

Recipients:
Adobe
Advanced Energy Industries, Inc.
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc
Airbnb, Inc.
Align Technology, Inc.
Alphabet
AltaGas Ltd.
Altra Motion
Amazon.com, Inc.
ARC Resources Ltd.
Avantor, Inc.
B2Gold.
BeiGene, Inc.
Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
Bristow Group Inc.
Brookfield Asset Management Inc.
Builders FirstSource, Inc.
Callon Petroleum Company.
Cenovus Inc.
Centene Corporation
ChampionX
Cigna.
Comstock Resources, Inc.
Concentrix Corporation.
Cornerstone Building Brands
Crescent Energy.
Dexcom, Inc.
Diversified Energy Company PLC.

About Frost & Sullivan Institute

The Frost & Sullivan Institute (FSI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to utilizing business practices to address global priorities. The genesis of the institute goes back to the vision of either creating, or becoming part of, a solution that addresses threats to humanity. The Institute has identified strategic imperatives for transformation and believes that we can truly accelerate innovation to zero. To learn more about FSI, visit www.frostandsullivaninstitute.org

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Prerna Mohan
Email: prerna.mohan@frost.com 

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