Journalists and economic analysts gathered in the Wprost weekly Eagles chapter selected the best companies from the regions. Targi Kielce - ranked second among Central and Eastern Europe's second exhibition centres is one of the Swietokrzyskie region's winners. The special prize was awarded in recognition of the company's investments
Financial results are the best proof of the company's standing. The cooperation between the Wprost weekly and the Bisnode Economic Intelligence Agency resulted in the list of the best profits companies which also boast dynamical development. And although the finances are the "Wprost" Eagles main criterion, other companies' activities are also important. This was justified by Jacek Pochlopień, editor-in-chief of "Wprost" during the gala in Lublin.
They special award was presented to Targi Kielce in appreciation of the company's contribution to the Świętokrzyskie Region development.
- We consider the Eagles an important award. We are proud to be an important place on the province's map however we do not intend to rest on our laurels. We develop to benefit the city and the region. Therefore the investments in the pipeline - it was resolved to build the eighth expo hall. The H pavilion means extra 11,500 m2of indoor exhibition space at the Kielce expo and congress centre. There are plans to refurbish the existing G Expo Hall, to provide a connecting indoor path-way between the Congress Centre the F Expo Hall as well as to have the VIP car park roofed - commented Andrzej Mochoń PhD., President of the Board at Targi Kielce on receiving the prize.
The Wprost weekly Eagles are awarded to the best companies from the region, those that have achieved the highest average net profit, have not had losses and problems with debtors in the last three years. During the Lublin gala, the local self-government and regional ambassadors were also awarded.
The Wprost weekly Eagles are granted the honorary patronage of the Ministry of Enterprise and Technology, the Ministry of Investment and Development and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. The strategic partner of the 'Wprost' Eagles project is PKO Bank Polski.