Travel insurance provider TuGo revealed that it has requalified as a Platinum member of Canada’s Best Managed Companies – the company’s second year qualifying for the distinction.
“As we enter a new decade, it’s with gratitude and pride that we announce our Platinum Club member requalification with Canada’s Best Managed,” said TuGo CEO Patrick Robinson. “Our unwavering focus to provide superior emergency medical and claims assistance, adapt to our customers’ needs, and enable our insurance partners with ongoing support across British Columbia and the entire nation, is a true testament to 56 years of business success.”
According to a release, Canada’s Best Managed Companies applicants are evaluated by an independent judging panel based on the merits of their strategies, investing, and R&D capabilities. Organizations are also judged based on their focus on corporate social responsibility.
Robinson also said that apart from offering travel medical insurance, TuGo also provides other related services such as MyFlyt – the company’s complimentary flight delay program – and that the company is constantly finding ways to push the envelope with new and improved services.
“Businesses today are faced with many challenges and must stay focused and agile in order to sustain and drive growth. They need to demonstrate resilience and commitment to their people, their purpose and their competitive position in the Canadian business world and this year’s Best Managed winners are doing just that,” said Canada’s Best Managed Companies program co-leader and Deloitte Private partner Peter Brown.
“These companies can celebrate their accomplishments today and should be excited for tomorrow,” Brown added.
The Canada’s Best Managed Companies program is sponsored by Deloitte Private, CIBC, Canadian Business, Smith School of Business, and TMX Group.