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Nav N Go gets prestigious business award

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The Hungarian software developer company was founded only this year, and already it has won the main prize of the Business & Success contest.

The recognition is awarded to those enterprises that have the proper willingness to innovate, and a substantial competitive ability. Software developer iGO My way was chosen best of 300 companies. For already the third time, Üzlet&Siker magazine held its contest for qualified enterprises, the goal being to recognize and reward successful and innovative small to medium size companies.

Contestants competed in 9 different categories, and in the end a total of 27 enterprises received a certificate of acknowledgement. Out of all these companies, Nav N Go proved to be the most innovative and the most competitive Hungarian company in 2007, and so it was awarded the main prize. The awards were given out at the gala held on November 23rd at the Westend Hilton, in the presence of nearly 150 guests.

After the music program, TV2 program director Azurák Csaba named the winners of the categories, who received a certificate, as well as gifts from the contest sponsors and valuable service packages. As the highlight of the evening, Nav N Go finally received the main prize from the undersecretary of the Ministry of the Economy and Communications.

„The Business & Success contest means a lot to us, mainly because it rewards the same two things that are foremost with us: the company’s willingness to innovate and its ability to compete. We are genuinely proud that Nav N Go proved to be the best in these two factors. Our success is due primarily to our colleagues and developers, who are able to create the software which makes it possible for us to be a market leader, and work with increasingly many international partners.

Winning the prize gives us new impetus to strengthen our market position and achieve further successes”, says Leon van de Pas, Nav N Go managing director. As the main prize winner, Nav N Go received a package of products and services worth several million forints, which will further increase the company’s ability to grow, and make it more comfortable for its people to work.

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