Yesterday evening during a gala evening of the Smart Business Award Nucleus was honored as runner-up in the category hosting. The Smart Business Awards are an initiative of the B2B-branch of Minoc Media Services: the trade journal Smart Business and the seminar series Business Meets IT.

They organize this together with the websites Smartbiz.be and ZDNet.be, the most popular technology site of the country.

The winner and runner-up were chosen based on various parameters:

  • Based on their own market research (among other things as a result of the ICT-yearbook) Smart Business has a good picture of the market shares of and the satisfaction of the diverse ICT-companies in our country
  • Readers of Smart Business, Smartbiz.be and ZDNet.be were able to vote for their favorite supplier
  • The editorial offices also made their choice, together with a board of advice, composed of independent experts from the corporate and academic world

This recognition gives us great pleasure. We want to thank our team for their commitment and our customers for their loyalty. And of course I also want to congratulate Combell as winner of the award. At the same time it’s an incentive to continue on the path we’ve chosen, to work even harder and to be a step higher on the podium next year.

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