Enevo Group, one of three energy companies in the “Made in Romania – BVB league” semifinals

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Enevo Group has reached the semifinals of the Made in Romania – BVB league competition, on the shortlist of 50 companies. In total 201 companies were registered, compared to 166 in the first edition of 2017. Of the 50 semi-finalists, a panel of 12 experts will choose 14 companies. The 15th company will be chosen on the basis of public vote, from March 19 to April 3.

On the www.bvbleague.ro/vot webpage, the public can vote for the preferred company from the list of 50 – three of which come from the energy field: Aages (manufacturer of induction heating systems), Elsaco Electronic (system integrator and solutions for improved efficiency energy) and Enevo Group (industrial automation and complex services in the energy sector). Alexandru Suciu, Project Manager Enevo Group, says: “We are honored to participate in a project that has as central element the promotion and development of Romanian brands. Our business philosophy is based on the belief that Romania has a huge potential to generate products and services with high added value and regional impact. We thank the organizers and all those who will support us through promotion or their vote to join the final!”

The “Made in Romania” project launched by the Bucharest Stock Exchange aims to identify and promote top Romanian companies. The objective of the campaign is to find future engines of the Romanian economy and to assist them over a year to reach the next level of business development with added transparency, visibility, reputation and, most importantly, better access to the necessary capital for growth and further development.

Winning companies will enter a mentoring program run from May to November 2018, covering topics such as marketing and branding, strategy and innovation, auditing, and development funding. Depending on the theme of each month, workshops, trainings, and meetings will be held for the teams and employees of the selected companies.

The partners supporting the project are Banca Transilvania, Horváth & Partners, Mazars, NNDKP, Tradeville and Catalyst Romania.

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