Globe Telecom was recognized as one of the country’s most admired companies in the annual Asia 200 Survey conducted by Wall Street Journal Asia.
Globe landed the 4th spot among the top 10 Philippine corporations that earned the trust and confidence of business executives, professionals and readers based on five leadership qualities: innovation, long-term vision, quality, corporate reputation and financial reputation. Globe climbed two notches from last year’s 6th place finish.
“We are truly honored with this accolade coming from one of the most respected media organizations,” said Globe President and CEO Ernest Cu. “This citation truly exemplifies our commitment to good corporate governance and consistent drive to provide our customers with a quality experience through our products and services that will revolutionize the way they communicate.”
Conducted in 12 Asian countries, the Asia 200 Survey is the ultimate performance review of Asia’s leading companies who have built and maintained a strong reputation among its stakeholders in a highly challenging business environment. Established in 1993, the survey compiled lists of Asian corporations traded on stock exchanges, as well as a list of multinational companies who do extensive operations in the region.
A total of 2,742 executives and professionals participated in the 3-month survey done in partnership with Nielsen. Newspaper and online subscribers as well as business executives were also polled in the 12 Asian markets while extensive advertising drew the online community to answer the survey.
The Wall Street Journal is an American English-language international daily newspaper published by Dow Jones & Company, a division of News Corporation, in New York City, with Asian and European editions. It is the largest newspaper in the United States by circulation with a daily circulation of 2.1 million copies (including 400,000 online paid subscriptions) as of March 2010.