Steklarna Hrastnik competes for the title of European Public Champion

Date: 5 March 2015

Steklarna Hrastnik has become the Slovenian National Champion and is thus the Slovenian representative in the second round of the competition within the framework of  European Business Awards (EBA).

In the second round, 32 other European companies compete for the title of the European Public Champion.The winner will be chosen through a public vote via internet. All those who wish to support Steklarna Hrastnik can vote until 16 April 2015.

 

Steklarna Hrastnik is in the second round of the competition in the category Entrepreneur of the Year; Steklarna Hrastnik applied to the competition with an example of successful reorganization of the glasswork.  

 

The European Business Awards recognizes the pervasiveness of business and ethics in the European business community and rewards the most outstanding examples of successful companies or entrepreneurs from countries of the European Union. All companies, regardless of their size or branch, can compete for the award in one of 10 categories. Awarding of prizes to the winners at European level will be held in May.

 

See application video of Steklarna Hrastnik and vote for Steklarna Hrastnik until 16 April 2015: http://www.businessawardseurope.com/vote/detail/slovenia/12148

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