Vote for Qualysoft to become "National Public Champion"

Support our entry for the European Business Award

Qualysoft calls for votes to become the ‘National Public Champion’ for Austria in this year’s European Business Awards sponsored by RSM, Europe’s largest business competition.

Qualysoft has posted a video online on the website of the EBA telling the unique story of their business and success. You can find the video HERE and vote for Qualysoft. In the video, Peter Oros, CEO of the Qualysoft Group, tells you more about Qualysoft's Corporate Citizenship and sponsoring activities as well as about the company's art and culture division QualysmArt.

Peter Oros, CEO of the Qualysoft Group says: “Please vote for us until the 1st of March to make us the National Public Champion for Austria. This vote means a lot as we are very proud of our company, so to have public approval of our success is a great endorsement. Thank you to everyone in advance for their support!”

The public vote sees over 350 National Champions competing against each other in 34 countries across Europe. After seven weeks the voting will close and the company with the most votes in each country will be named ‘National Public Champion’ on 6 March 2017. The European Business Award was set up to support the development of a stronger and more successful business community throughout Europe. This year it engaged with over 33,000 businesses from 34 countries.

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