BT100 jury agrees on scientific criteria to measure performance, selection of award winners

Business Today Magazine, an affiliate of the Egyptian Media Group (EMG), is holding the biggest business event of the year next month, namely “BT100.”
BT100 is a tribute to the leaders of the governmental and private sectors, and corporate for their significant and effective role in improving the Egyptian economy.
The ceremony aims at encouraging other companies to improve their performance, and develop their marketing methods and their selling skills.
The jury of the BT100 celebration met today, Saturday, to determine the criteria and names of the final candidates, from companies, business establishments and the best performing public figures during 2019, in preparation for its official announcement in a big ceremony that will be held next March 3, in the presence of senior officials, heads of companies and banks, and symbols of the Egyptian and international business community.
BT 100 Jury
The committee agreed on several criteria for selecting the 2020 edition candidates, which are in line with the scientific rules for awarding prizes and honoring business enterprises, most notably, the rate of profit growth for institutions and registration in the Egyptian Stock Exchange. Keeping pace with the concepts of development and research. The contribution of the company or institution in supporting the gross domestic product of Egypt and supporting concepts of sustainable development.
Participation in community service projects. Partnership between public and private sector institutions. Brand strength. Improvement of the work environment for company employees. Performance development. Rate of return on investment for company shareholders, and customer satisfaction rate for service level. The quality of products provided by the company. The new rate of employment of the company. The requirements of environmental safety. The proportion of women's representation in the Board of Directors.
The final evaluations of the candidates will be subject to a vote by 11 members of the jury, according to a specific point assessment system, with a study of the complete file of the results of each candidate's work, market and sector research to measure the performance of the winning institutions.
The list of juries, which included former investment ministers Mr. Osama Saleh and Mr. Ashraf Salman, former telecommunication minister Mr. Maged Osman, former Stock Exchange Chairman Mr. MagedShawky, Mr. Khaled Salah, father and editor-in-chief of prominent Egyptian daily Youm7, Editor-in-Chief of El Watan newspaper and Chairman of DMC News Channel Mr. Mahmoud Mosallam, chairman of Al Dostor Foundation Mr. Mohamed Al-Baz, Mr. Mohamed Abdelbaky, editor-in-chief of Business Today and Egypt Today magazines and news website and Mr. YossifAyoub, editor-in-chief of the Sout Al Omma newspaper.