First ever Polish Radio business awards
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Polish Radio's first ever business awards were handed out on Friday night, under the auspices of Poland's finance, development and digitalisation ministries.
Польське РадіоPolish Radio. Photo: Adrian Grycuk/Wikimedia Commons.
Sixteen companies were vying for six awards for Poland's best companies.
A company building a high-speed transport pod, Hyper Poland, won the award for innovation while refinery PKN Orlen won the award for charitable work.
Two state-owned companies, insurer PZU and the Polish Development Fund, shared the national treasure award, which is given to the company with the best year-on-year results, while state-bank PKO Bank Polski was given an award for its role in boosting domestic capital shares in the Pekao SA bank.
Bandage and dressings manufacturer TZMO won the business ambassador award and Polish gas monopoly PGNiG won the prize for good management.
The winners were selected by a panel made up of government officials, including Deputy Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, who heads both the finance and development ministries, Polish Radio management and economists, among them the head of Poland's central bank Adam Glapiński. (vb)
Source: Polskie Radio