The Polish ambassador in the Netherlands, Mr. Janusz Stańczyk, handed the ‘Young Entrepreneur Award” to Goyello IT Services, which was one of the nominees for the Dutch-Polish Trade Award (DPTA).
During the award ceremony, the director of GOYELLO in Holland, Mr. Arie de Bruin was honored to receive the ‘Young Entrepreneur Award’. The director Peter Horsten who is permanently based in Poland, Gdańsk said „This award is an endorsement of 3 years of hard work”.
The “Young Entrepreneur Award” is a new category within the Dutch Polish Trade Award competition. The category was created especially in order to honor relatively young companies yet actively operating in the Polish market and committed to promoting Polish-Dutch economic relations.
2009 is the European Year of Creativity & Innovation. Therefore this year the Dutch Polish Trade Award committee focused on creativity and innovation within the companies that develop economic relations between Poland and the Netherlands.
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 aim of the Award is to highlight the importance of the mutual relationships between Poland and the Netherlands and to intensify the economic relations by promoting Poland as a successful business environment.
Goyello received the “Young Entrepreneur Award” as it has proven to be successful in using creativity and implementing innovation in the project approach and the company development.