MEA demonstrates Thai state enterprise success, winning two top awards at APEA 2021 Regional Edition

MEA demonstrates Thai state enterprise success, winning two top awards at APEA 2021 Regional Edition

The Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA), led by Mr. Kirapat Jiamset, Governor, on 30 June 2021 received two awards from the Asia Pacific Enterprise Awards (APEA) 2021 Regional Edition.

MEA won the Master Entrepreneur Award as a business leader that has shown tenacity and is capable of sustaining business growth by adhering to good governance with responsibility to society and the environment. In addition, the Inspirational Brand Award cites MEA’s outstanding achievement in sustainable management in a tangible manner which is recognised throughout Asia. 

Both are considered major awards, reinforcing the corporate's sustainable development and management in accordance with international principles and reflecting the success in driving MEA's vision of “Energy for city life, Energize smart living”. The awards ceremony took place as a virtual event and was broadcast live via YouTube worldwide. Attendees included business leaders from 14 countries, as well as dignitaries from trade associations and related support organisations.

Organised by Enterprise Asia since 2007, the Asia Pacific Enterprise Awards (APEA) 2021 Regional Edition is one of the most prestigious award recognition programs in Asia. APEA aims to praise and honour entrepreneurs and business leaders across Asia-Pacific who have outstanding ideas, visions, and management practices. 

This year, the awards were held under the theme of "The Great Reset: Towards A Sustainable Recovery", recruiting corporate leaders and enterprises from more than 14 Asian countries with outstanding performance and tenacity in developing successful businesses at the regional and global levels while realising the responsibility towards society to ensure sustainable growth of the organisation.

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