Red Sun Farms Named One of Canada's Best Managed Companies
KINGSVILLE, ONTARIO - Winner winner, chicken dinner! Red Sun Farms has to be pretty pleased with itself, with the recent announcement that the company has been named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies. This is the seventh consecutive year receiving this honor, earning it the prestigious and coveted Platinum Club Status.
“This recognition is a reflection of our core values as an organization; accountability, collaboration, trust, and innovation,” said Carlos Visconti, CEO of USA and Canada Operations for Red Sun Farms. “Our Red Sun family exudes these values in all aspects of our operations. This recognition reaffirms our position as a leader in the produce industry.”
The Canada’s Best Managed Companies program is in its 26th year and is one of the country’s leading business awards programs that recognizes Canadian-owned and managed companies with revenues over $15 million for innovative, world-class business practices. Each year, hundreds of companies compete for the designation in a thorough and independent process that evaluates the caliber of their management abilities and practices. Recipients are evaluated by overall business performance and sustained growth but only those who have demonstrated strategy, capability, and commitment to achieving sustainable growth will snag the honor.
“Best Managed Platinum winners have exceptional insights and knowledge into business management practices. They are an inspiration and really take their game to a new level,” said Peter Brown, Partner, Deloitte and Co-Leader, Canada’s Best Managed Companies program, according to the press release.
The 2019 winners are set to be honored at the annual Canada’s Best Managed Companies gala in Toronto on April 17. On the same day, the Best Managed symposium will address leading-edge business issues that are essential to the success of today’s business leaders.
Good job Red Sun Farms, and keep up the great work!
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