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Ch. Angastiniotis: Our country’s businesses know how to survive crises

Businesses in Cyprus continue to meet their highest goals despite an unstable economy and business scene, and for this Christodoulos Angastiniotis – President of the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) – said he was extremely proud.

Addressing the 10th KEBE Business Leader Awards, Angastiniotis said the country’s business world has proven that it has the resilience, vision and innovation to survive crises.

The entrepreneurs being awarded at the ceremony, he said, are the ones who managed to overcome difficulties, had a vision and dared to realise it with morals and dynamism, and brought new ideas to the table.

“At the same time, the award winners are an example of good business practices, in Cyprus as well as abroad,” said Angastiniotis, adding that the KEBE Business Leader Awards recognise the leadership skills and principles of successful leaders.

These include professionalism, innovation, insightfulness and excellent knowledge of their field, but above all, business ethic.

The aim of the awards, he said, is to reward excellent businesspeople and more importantly, to send the right messages to new entrepreneurs. That is, that entrepreneurship should be based on values such as mutual respect, healthy competition and the implementation of best practices.

Angastiniotis said CCCI was committed to continue to innovate, propose solutions for a more flexible business environment, contribute to reinforcing the business world and support ethical entrepreneurship.

The 10th KEBE Business Leader Awards are presented by Genikes Insurance. Parimatch is the Gold Sponsor, while Sklavenitis and Monjasa are the Silver Sponsors. Omega Channel and IN Business magazine are the Communication Sponsors.

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