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SM Supermalls wins ‘Most Honored Organization’ at the prestigious Stevie Awards

SM Supermalls has won the Most Honored Organization Grand Stevie Award, the most coveted award given by the prestigious Stevie Awards, which recognizes outstanding businesses for creating innovations in the workplace.  

The leading developer and operator of malls in the Philippines and one of the biggest in Southeast Asia, SM Supermalls garnered a total of 67 award points which enabled it to clinch the illustrious award. SM Supermalls won 45 Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards – out of the 104 wins bagged by Philippine companies and out of more than 900 nominations for innovative achievements in the entire Asia-Pacific region this year.

“In order to remain true to our vision of offering family fun experiences at SM, we continuously strive to innovate and deliver exciting events for our valued customers, while offering accessibility with more than 70 malls nationwide. We are grateful for this renowned recognition as a result of our team’s hard work and commitment to excellence, which is inspired by the continued patronage of our loyal customers,” said Steven Tan, SM Supermalls COO.

The esteemed award is just the latest achievement in a roster of SM Supermalls’ milestones this year, including a recent win at the 2019 Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards (Stevies) with a total of 45 awards, more than any other Philippine company this year.

SM’s 45 Asia Pacific Stevies included 2 gold, 23 silver, and 20 bronze awards. With this, SM bested its own record and won more than twice of its Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards last year. In 2018, SM won 21 Stevies.

The Stevie Award has been conferred for achievement in business to organizations and individuals in more than 60 nations since 2002 with a panel of judges that is comprised of more than a thousand of the most reputable professionals, entrepreneurs, and business educators worldwide.

The 2019 Asia Pacific Stevie Awards Gala is on May 31 at the InterContinental Hotel in Singapore.

Topics: SM Supermalls , Most Honored Organization Grand Stevie Award , Steven Tan
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