More than 33,000 companies from 34 countries applied in this year's competition. The huge numbers tell a convincing story of the EBA's popularity and prestige. Only 1,9% of the companies, Skeleton Technologies among them, are now moving on to the second stage of the competition, set up to celebrate business excellence and best practice.
European Business Awards CEO, Adrian Tripp, said:
Skeleton Technologies CEO and co-founder Taavi Madiberk was excited to learn about the nomination:
“We’re extremely proud about our nomination to represent Estonia in this Europe-wide accolade. The European Business Awards are recognised as a showcase for some of the most dynamic companies in the single market and we are proud to be recognised at this level.”
In the 2015/16 competition, all European Union member markets were represented plus Turkey, Norway, Switzerland, Serbia and Macedonia. The combined revenue of entrants exceeded €1.2 trillion and employed more than 2.5 million people.