Best enterprise award for Uflex at Cannes

Ashok Chaturvedi chosen as best manager

Ashok Chaturvedi, chairman and managing director of Uflex was declared the Best Manager 2015 by EBA

The Europe Business Assembly (EBA) conferred The Best Enterprise Award 2015 upon Uflex, acknowledging the flexible packaging solutions offered by the company. Ashok Chaturvedi, chairman and managing director at Uflex was declared the Best Manager 2015.

The nominees’ selection process was based upon a complex EBA survey and recommen- dations of the EBA partners. These partners include the European Market Research Centre, Belgium; Baden-Vurtennberg Export Academy, Germany; the Association of Consultants and Marketologists, Czech Republic; Institute of Quality Standards, Switzerland and Oxford Academic Society. The process also includes data collected from national and international certification bodies, regional and national associations, congresses, forums, exhibitions and industry media.

Uflex was chosen as the Best Enterprise at Cannes by the EBA expert analysts on account of superior performance in domains – investment attractiveness; strong position in the national market with a sound business reputation; company status on international ratings; international relations development, participation conferences, exhibitions, fairs and ratings; company’s presence on the internet particularly social media; modern management technologies, high staff qualification, successful marketing strategy, positive image in region; and competitiveness.

Chaturvedi who could not make it to the award ceremony, in an official statement said, “This is a defining moment for Uflex, as the EBA has conferred the prestigious ‘Best Enterprise’ award upon my organization. I would like to thank my whole team for living up to the expectations of our clients across the world. We shall continue innovating to create differentiation to the best advantage of our customers.”

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