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About BMC

Best Managed Companies (BMC) program

The Deloitte Best Managed Companies (BMC) program is a global initiative to identify and recognize private companies with advanced management ideas and excellent business performance. Since its launch in Canada in 1993, BMC has been introduced to many countries.

As founder and chief organizer of BMC China, Deloitte China works with partners including Bank of Singapore, the Business School of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Harvard Business Review and the Federation of Shenzhen Commerce to integrate resources across the globe.

Leveraging a proven global framework of Best Managed criteria, BMC uses rigorous selection criteria to identify private companies with management excellence, inviting them to participate in Best Managed CEO Lab interviews, the annual BMC awards ceremony and management symposium.

The ultimate goal is to help participants identify areas of management improvement, accelerate their globalization and provide a platform for Chinese private companies to exchange ideas with outstanding global enterprises.

Our strategic partners and Independent Review Committee of renowned experts make BMC decisions, ensuring the program's independence, fairness and authority. Deloitte will provide technology support and project management expertise throughout the BMC process. We look forward to seeing many globally competitive Chinese private companies rise to the top echelons of business performance.

 

What makes BMC unique?

  • It distinctively recognizes overall business management.
  • The winners are able to leverage Deloitte's global BMC Certification to join the global BMC network, enhancing international business expansion and exchange.
  • BMC ascertains business excellence based on a proven global framework of Best Managed criteria, adopting a continuous ranking mechanism to support the sustainable development of participating companies.
  • As the world’s largest professional services provider, Deloitte China works closely with strategic partners including Bank of Singapore, the Business School of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Harvard Business Review and the Federation of Shenzhen Commerce on a rigorous selection and coaching process to ensure the program's independence, fairness and authority.
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