For the fifth time the Pearl of Polish Economy for PeBeKa

For the fifth time the Pearl of Polish Economy for PeBeKa

Published 28 November 2014

The Mine Construction Company PeBeKa was awarded the prestigious title of the Pearl of Polish Economy, granted to the most competitive Polish companies by the “Polish Market” magazine and Warsaw School of Economics.

PeBeKa was awarded in the of Large Pearls category among the greatest companies in our country. The company was honoured for “recognition of consistent implementation of the company’s policy and strategy and for leadership among the most dynamic and effective enterprises in Poland”.

Certificates of the Pearls of Polish Economy was granted to the representatives of awarded companies on the Gala that was held at the Royal Castle in Warsaw on 7th November. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy Janusz Piechociński, President of the Polish Academy of Sciences prof. Michał Kleiber and President of Warsaw School of Economics prof. Tomasz Szapiro were the patrons of the Gala.

The Pearls is in the fact the only qualitative ranking in Poland that is based on objective evaluations. The winners are selected based on easily measurable factors. The list of Pearls of the Polish Economy includes only the companies which an income exceeds PLN 100 million and for the following criteria, such as: liquidity, productivity and economic growth. This year the Pearls of Polish Economy was granted for the twelfth time and PeBeKa was awarded for the fifth time.

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