European Constantinus Award awarded for second time in Madrid

For the second time, the Constantinus Award, was presented at the FEACO Annual Conference held 29th–30th  May 2014 in Madrid, under the banner of ‘Growth through Innovation’, which provided a platform for discussing innovation potentials in management consultancy and was festively highlighted by the second awarding of the European Constantinus Award.
‘The European Constantinus Award honours the beacons of the management consultancy & IT branch on the European 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 award for the European management consultancy and IT branch.
European Constantinus Award Winner from Spain
The winner project ‚New Order Project’ by the management consultancy Accenture comes from Spain and shows a successfully introduced centralised order management system optimizing costs and the daily order entry. All three silver trophies went to Austria: CMT & Co developed a marketing & investment fund concept for entec biogas plants, Loytec implemented an energy efficiency model at Sony City Osaki and Weichselbaum Consulting established a demand-oriented production concept for Sampl. 
For the first time regional winners for Spain (Accenture), Austria (CMT & Co) and Romania (SC Relians Corp SRL) were awarded national Championship awards by Alfred Harl and Ricardo Penalva, member of the FEACO executive board. 
Among the international representatives: Manuel Pimentel, President of the Spanish Association of Consulting Firms, Sorin Caian, President of the Rumanian Association of Management Consultancy, Pantelis Koukos, President of the Hellenic Association of Management Consulting Firms, David Ifrah, Secretary General at FEACO and Bettina Fritschi, Director of the Swiss Association of Management Consultancy.
Constantinus Award goes worldwide
The initiator of the Award Presentation, UBIT-chairman Alfred Harl, solemnly presented the winners with the trophies and defined the European Constantinus Award as a significant signpost for outstanding consulting projects from Europe: ‚The Consulting Award from Austria continues its success story and highlights the economic importance of the European consulting industry and knowledge-based service industries.‘ On the worldwide level, the global association ICMCI will present the Constantinus Award already for the fifth time this autumn in South Korea.
You may find photos of this event on the website of Constantinus Award