A Data Pro was chosen as one of the most innovative companies in Bulgaria for 2021 during this year’s Innovative Enterprise of the Year 2021 national forum. The ceremony took place on 7 December and was led by The Applied Research and Communication Fund. The company received the Innovative Management excellence award, which consolidated its reputation as being a rapidly developing business with a distinctive approach. The success of A Data Pro largely lies in our innovative eco-system which combines AI with human efforts. The brand vastly invests in its employees and their development of “skills of the future” through the usage of the digital where those skills are applied daily.
A Data Pro Marketing Manager, Anna Tsenova, proudly accepted the excellence during the ceremony. She shared:
At its core A Data Pro strives for constant innovation and digitalisation. This puts us in leading positions in the area of media monitoring and data analysis & aggregation on a global scale. We strongly believe automation and constant innovation would allow us to be well-recognised on the market and to build a progressive image of our country.
Find more information about A Data Pro’s services, goals and values here.
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev was a special guest at the awards ceremony. He congratulated the participants for their efforts:
Dear innovators, your success is not only a reason to be proud, but it makes me believe Bulgaria does not fall behind other countries. You keep proving it could be a leader in many crucial areas, especially thanks to its innovative, ambitious, creative and devoted people. I want to assure you that despite the hardships, Bulgaria will try its best to support your ideas and efforts, so you can become the driving force of progress and globalisation.
In addition to the award in “Innovative Management”, A Data Pro was a finalist in “Digital Transformation”. The awards in this 17th edition of the forum were in the following categories: Market Leadership, Innovation for Quality of Life, Green Innovation, Innovation in the Creative Industries, Innovative Newly Started Enterprise, Social Innovation, Innovative Management and Digital Transformation.
Over 90 companies from various economic sectors took part in this year’s competition, out of which only 21 got nominated. A panel of professionals from the business and financial sectors, government institutions and the scientific community chose the winners in the eight categories based on the level of innovation. Those companies gained the opportunity to build and develop potential international partnerships and to gain clients from 60 countries through an Enterprise Europe Network. They are also allowed to use the High Innovation Excellence fund’s brand.