Infogroup gets Superbrands award for third time in row

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Real estate firm Infogroup has been recognized by the Superbrands award for the third time in a row by the 22-member independent board of Business Superbrands program, according to a press statement sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Over the years, Infogroup has grown to be one of the most dynamic key players on the Hungarian real-estate market, the press statement says. At the same time the values the company was founded on have remained just as important, it adds.

“We are very proud that our company values are recognized with the Superbrands award. Infogroup has put great emphasis on reflecting our slogan, ‘Property development at its best’, at every area of our operations. I believe that the Infogroup brand represents fair cooperation, long-term value creation and social responsibility,” said general manager Ádám Székely.  

Brands are shortlisted for the award after financial and professional screening based on the recommendations of Bisnode and other leading Hungarian organizations. This 4000-member list includes Hungary’s blue-chip companies as well as smaller, but reputable firms with excellent communications and branding strategies. 

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