Iasi Airport, nominated for two EBA Oxford awards

The Iasi International Airport has been nominated among the most successful global companies by Europe Business Assembly (EBA) Oxford, a prestigious NGO whose goal is to implement regional socio-economic development projects as well as to create business models for companies and organizations from all over the world, a communiqué remitted to Agerpres shows.

According to the communiqué, “after in November 2015 the Iasi Airport was presented, at the biggest World Aviation Forum in Montreal, as the only positive example of short-term development in Europe, this year it was noticed by experts in various domains of activity.”

“Following a survey conducted by Europe Business Assembly (EBA) members, Iasi obtained two nominations: for the ‘Best Enterprise’ award for the company’s business activity, and ‘Manager of the Year’ award for the leadership of the organization,” the communiqué informs.

According to the document, the ‘Best Enterprise’ award ceremony will take place at a forum organized by the Europe Business Assembly on March 22.

“The invitation to the March 22 event honours us, and the simple fact that the Iasi Airport is on the list of nominations proves once again that we are a role model. We were selected for the “Most Successful Regional Enterprise” award following a complex survey conducted by Oxford experts and based on recommendations from EBA partners, specialists in various domains, from Belgium, Germany, Czech Republic, Switzerland. The Iasi Airport has consolidated its position on the international market through the continuous effort of exploring ever new development possibilities, and its preoccupation to offer quality services to clients and partner air carriers,” Marius Bodea, Chairman of Iasi International Airport’s Board, stated in the communiqué.

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