European Constantinus Award awarded for the first time
Alfred Harl, Chairman of UBIT (Austrian Professional Association of Management Consultancy & IT): ‚The Austrian award is the role model for the leading European consulting industry award.’
For the first time, the Constantinus Award, the leading Austrian industry award for manamagent consultancy and IT, was presented on a European level in Rome by the European Federation of Management Consulting, FEACO (European Federation of Management Consultancies Associations). The historical Confindustria building was venue to the FEACO conference held under the title ‚Growing Europe’, which provided a platform for discussing future trends in management consultancy and was festively highlighted by the first awarding of the European Constantinus Award. The first European Constantinus Award honours the beacons of the management consultancy & IT branch on the Europan level and promotes cross-border competition through international comparison’, outlines Alfred Harl, Chairman of the Austrian Professional Association of Management Consultancy and IT (UBIT) and member of the FEACO executive board, the uniqueness of this new award for the European management consultancy and IT branch.
European Constantinus Award Winner from Italy
The winner project ‚Monza court’ by the management consultancy Fondazione Irso comes from Italy and handles an issue which is also highly relevant to Austria under the heading of ‚administrative reform’: the efficient reorganisation of judicial offices in order to make specific use of savings potentials. A successful premiere in his home country for Ezio Lattanzio, the Italian President of the Federation of European Consultancies, FEACO: ’With its fantastic kick-off in Rome the European Constantinus Award has not only made its first step into the direction of being the leading European industry award, but has also provided us with a home win much to the delight of the Italians.’ The two silver trophies went to the Spanish consultancy Everis for the power company Repsol and to IBM Global Business Services Spain for the water and power supply company Enemalta Corporation.
Constantinus Award goes worldwide
The initiator of the Award Presentation, UBIT-chairman Alfred Harl, solemnly presented the winners with the trophies and defined the first European Constantinus Award as a significant signpost for outstanding consulting projects from Europe: ‚The Consulting Award from Austria continues its success story and will from now on annually provide the most successful European consulting projects with considerable media impact and wide publicity’. On the worldwide level, the global association ICMCI will present the Constantinus Award already for the the third time this autumn in Johannesburg.
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Award ceremony pictures: http://www.constantinus.eu/award/en/award-ceremony-2012/pictures.html
Winning projects: http://www.constantinus.eu/award/en/wall-of-fame-2012/
Constantinus European Award
FEACO, the European Federation of Management Consultancies Associations, has launched the Constantinus European Award for its member associations. The dynamic branch of management consulting is an important sparring partner for businesses and entrepreneurs - especially, when precise expertise and efficient implementation of measures are in demand. For more informationen please go to http://www.constantinus.eu
The Austrian Professional Association of Management Consultancy and IT
With its more than 61,000 members, the Austrian Professional Association of Management Consultancy and IT (UBIT) is one of the largest and most dynamic professional associations of the Austrian Economic Chamber. UBIT represents the interests of entrepreneurs working in the fields of management consultancy, information technology and accounting. UBIT’s objective is to optimize relevant professional framework conditions and to communicate services rendered by these professional groups to the market. Members have access to comprehensive consultings and other services. For more information go to http://www.ubit.at and http://www.beratertag.at.