Innovatrics shines brightest at Forbes ‘Diamonds of Slovak Business’ awards


Forbes’ annual ‘Diamonds of Slovak Business’ awards were held in Bratislava this week and Innovatrics emerged as the star of the show, picking up two awards; being recognized as the Most Innovative Company in its category, and collecting the regional Dynamic Growth Award.

The judging panel was made up of business leaders from a wide range of industries and participants were organizations with annual revenues of between EUR 2 and 50 million. Companies were evaluated on a number of factors, including the number of employees and growth of sales.

“Business Diamonds aims to reward the work of the most important Slovak entrepreneurs who have brought their businesses to success with healthy and sustainable growth. I think these businesses will become central to the economy of Slovakia in the future,” commented Martin Chocholáček of Investors for Slovakia.

Innovatrics CEO Jan Lunter picking up the awards from the team at Forbes Slovensko.


This prestigious award is the latest in a long list of awards for Innovatrics and CEO Jan Lunter was keen to pass the credit on to his team: “It is really pleasing to pick up these two awards, which recognize our innovation and rapid growth over the past year. Key to this growth has been finding the right people to work at Innovatrics. We’ve grown from 40 to almost 100 employees in a short space of time, hiring individuals of the highest caliber, who have contributed in no small way to our continued success.” 

You can read more about Diamonds of Slovak Business (Slovak language only) here:

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