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The United Kingdom, 2020 – Acquisition International Magazine has announced the winners of the 2020 Business Excellence Awards.
While it is certainly a challenging time for businesses of all shapes and sizes, there are still causes for celebration to be found in every industry and sector. Indeed, even now, we endeavor to recognize those that are and have been doing incredible things. After all, success can be found anywhere – whether a large international conglomerate or a single-person firm. That was really the goal of the Business Excellence Awards when they were launched over half a decade ago: to shine a spotlight on some of the quiet achievements of entrepreneurs, managers, owners, and founders around the world.
Awards Coordinator Steve Simpson took a moment to discuss the success of the winners: "Now in its sixth year, the Business Excellence Awards are the cornerstone of Acquisition International's annual celebratory programs. Once again, it has been an absolute pleasure to speak to you all and find out how you continue to innovate and create in your respective industries."
Acquisition International prides itself on the validity of its awards and winners. The awards are given solely on merit and are awarded to commend those most deserving for their ingenuity and hard work. To learn more about our award winners and to gain insight into the working practices of the "best of the best," please visit the Acquisition International website (http://www.acq-intl.com) where you can access the winners supplement.
Factris is proud to get recognized and receives a "Best Alternative SME Financing Solutions Provider 2020 – Europe" Award at Business Excellence Awards.
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