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We have had a little time off over the last couple of years! Not of our choosing of course, and not easy… you may say we have had quite a bad case of business long covid!
That said, we have been extremely grateful to all of you for your messages of support. The last couple of years has made us even more convinced that successful, ethically minded and innovative businesses are absolutely crucial to our society. We need to keep recognising, rewarding, and inspiring others to follow suit.
We have heard some of the challenges and transformations that have followed as businesses find solutions to adapt and thrive. We will be opening the European Business Awards on 30th April 2020 and the Summit will follow next year as planned, we may look to plan some events as virtual events as everyone’s welfare is at the forefront of all our minds. Tell us your stories and strengths by entering the awards.
European Business Awards Honours Best 20 out of 150,000
Europe's 20 best businesses were named last night in the Gala Final of the 2019 European Business Awards, at an event sponsored by RSM, after being chosen from over 150,000 companies from 33 countries.
A pan European survey of almost 600 successful businesses* has revealed that 61% of business leaders on the board of their company believe that in the war against cybercrime the hackers are more sophisticated than the software developers.
Businesses across Europe are competing to be named ‘European Public Champion’ as the online public vote opens in this year’s European Business Awards.
The 364 best businesses from 33 countries across Europe have been named ‘National Winners’ in the 2019 European Business Awards, one of the world’s largest business competitions.
Almost a third (30%) of European businesses admit they are still not compliant with GDPR, according to a survey conducted by the European Business Awards on behalf of RSM.
THE best businesses in 33 European countries have been recognised in a ‘Ones to Watch’ list of business excellence published today by the European Business Awards, one of the world’s largest and longest running cross sector businesses competitions.
ENTER FOR RECOGNITION, GLOBAL EXPOSURE AND NEW BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES TODAY!
The 2019 European Business Awards is now open and calling all successful businesses to enter and get the recognition and global exposure they deserve.
To enter your company go to www.businessawardseurope.com
NEW EUROPEAN BUSINESS AWARDS’ CASE STUDY COLLECTION LOOKS AT THE SUCCESS STORIES BEHIND SOME OF EUROPE’S MOST DYNAMIC COMPANIES
What are the secrets to business success and changing the world? How did a father and son from Malta create a 12 company global empire? How did a Norwegian company revolutionise the recycling industry and prevent 27 million tonnes of CO2 being released into the atmosphere in one year alone?
The answers to these questions, and more, can be found in a new profile of business excellence ‘Winning Businesses: What Europe’s Best Businesses Look Like’ collated by the prestigious European Business Awards. The case study collection celebrates exceptional talent and dynamic companies, from start-ups to family-run businesses, that have found success (often in the face of adversity), used exceptional innovations, and who are transforming the face of Europe’s business community.
• 8% of European businesses have cut ties with British suppliers
• EU businesses torn on whether to prioritise a US or UK trade deal
• 20% of EU and UK businesses have spent more than £10,000 responding to trade restrictive hurdles over the last 12 months