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28 Sep 2021 2 min read

Fervo has been awarded the “Deloitte Best Managed Companies Award 2021

Fervo, an Italian group specialising in Facility and Energy Management, has been awarded the “Deloitte Best Managed Companies Award 2021”

The fourth edition of the award stablished by Deloitte Private recognised Fervo as one of the Italian businesses that has distinguished itself for its strategy, skills and innovation, commitment and corporate culture, governance, performance and sustainability. "We were naturally delighted to receive this award from an independent jury made up of experts from the institutional and academic world.

The selection process, which lasted more than 6 months, was a valuable time for us to reflect on all the progress we have made and the projects we have carried out with the contribution of all our collaborators, to develop a corporate strategy mainly focused on innovation, efficiency and sustainability," said Alessandro Belloni, CEO of the Fervo Group. "To have been voted one of the Best Companies of 2021 is very important for us because it means that we are on the right path.

We will, therefore, continue to carry out projects for the world of facility management to reinvent liveability with ingenuity, data and technology,” added Rocco Ruggiero, Director and COO of Fervo. According to Deloitte Private, despite the contraction in economic activity and turnover due to the pandemic, the Best Managed Companies recorded a better performance in 2020 than the Istat average for Italian companies, with a mean increase in turnover of 14.4%.

"This year, again, more than a quarter of the awarded companies are based in Lombardy: 26% of the most virtuous companies that obtained recognition in 2021, in fact, are Lombard, and confirm the essential role of this region in the national economy, even after the serious setbacks due to the pandemic," commented Ernesto Lanzillo, leader of Deloitte Private and Andrea Restelli, Deloitte partner and BMC manager.

"We expect Lombardy to remain the driving force of Italy over the next few years and to further strengthen its leadership in industry and services and in the field of innovation. In fact, Lombard companies are particularly dynamic and will certainly be able to take on the challenges and stimuli of the Next Gen EU to overcome the slowdown caused by Covid and start to grow again."