In general we share our knowledge and experiences with you without too much self promotion. This post will be an exception to that rule. Last Tuesday we won the “Young Entrepreneur Award” and we want to share our pride with you. Some of our friends mentioned that this is the reward for three years of diligent working. We treat it as a stimulation to continue the direction we have chosen.
2009 is the European Year of Creativity & Innovation. Therefore the Dutch Polish Trade Award this year had a special focus on creativity and innovation within Dutch and Polish companies who are involved in economic relations between Poland and The Netherlands.
On 27 October 2009 the Dutch Polish Trade Award has been awarded for the fifth time. The DPTA is a joint initiative of the Netherlands Polish Council for Trade Promotion (NPCH) and the Netherlands Polish Chamber of Commerce in Warsaw. The DPTA 2009 carries the signature of Nyenrode Business Universiteit, who was the main organizer and host of the event.
Coen Meijer of Zeelandia received the award from the Polish Ambassador Mr. Janusz Stańczyk. GOYELLO sincerly congratulates Zeelandia with the Award. Our director representing GOYELLO in The Netherlands, Arie de Bruin, received the ‘Young Entrepreneur Award’. Directly after receiving the award Arie informed his colleagues in Poland.
In November 2006 GOYELLO started as the joined idea of Arie de Bruin and Peter Horsten. Less than 3 years later GOYELLO serves over 40 SME companies with about 50 employees from two locations in Poland. GOYELLO offers consultancy and software development. Among others we build successful websites, portals and business applications.
We thank all our colleagues and clients for their trust, cooperation and enthusiasm. Without them we wouldn’t have won this stimulating award!