NiceLabel recognised in Europe’s largest business competition

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NiceLabel, developer of label and marking productivity software solutions, has been named National Champion in the European Business Awards (EBA) 2016/17. The Awards' core purpose is to support the development of a stronger and more successful business community throughout Europe.

NiceLabel has been named a National Champion in The European Business Awards, set up to celebrate business excellence and best practice in the European business community. Sponsored by RSM and supported by business leaders, academics and political representatives from across Europe, the competition was this year engaged with over 33,000 businesses from 34 countries.

NiceLabel has been chosen to the group of 13 national champions after the first phase of judging by an independent panel. The Slovenia-based headquarter of a global NiceLabel group was evaluated on the core EBA values of innovation, ethics and success and will now go through to the second stage of the competition, when Awards' independent judges will award the best of this group, while the phase includes also a separate public vote on the European Business Awards website.

"Congratulations to NiceLabel who have been selected to represent their country as National Champions. They are central to the success of Europe's strong business community, and have shown the core principles we look for of innovation, ethics and success," said Adrian Tripp, CEO of the European Business Awards.

"The European Business Awards is widely recognized as the showcase for Europe's most dynamic companies and we are proud to be recognized at this level. This achievement, along with several awards for fast growth and NiceLabel's membership in ELITE program, underlines NiceLabel's strong commitment to excellence, customer satisfaction innovation and continuous improvement", stressed Chris Walsh, NiceLabel CEO. "We will remain focused on our mission to enable our customers and partners to create and sustain substantial value through improved labelling and marking productivity, based on the principles of "do more, faster, with less."

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