Solski Communications has joined a prestigious group of companies named ‘Business Gazelles’ in the annual ranking run by ‘Puls Biznesu’, leading Poland’s business daily newspaper. International business intelligence company COFACE and Puls Biznesu evaluated Solski Communications income growth in 2014-2016 to 221%, which gave us 234th position in the country-wide ranking (among 4.3 thousand businesses which represented mostly manufacturing and trade industries), and 68th position in Mazovian voivodship (among over 1000 companies).

‘We are very pleased with this distinction since – following last year’s Forbes Diamond – it’s yet another award which we received for our financial results,’ said Ryszard Solski, founder and CEO of Solski Communications. ‘Moreover, we achieved the best result among professional services companies. This was possible thanks to the work of the whole team, as well as the trust and benevolence of our valued clients, for which I am very grateful.’

The titles of ‘Business Gazelle’ have been annually granted by Puls Biznesu since 2000, to the most dynamic small and medium sized businesses operating in Poland. The ranking preconditions include steady growth of annual income and not suffering a loss in the 2014-2016 period, as well as annual sales in the range of 3-200 million zlotys (app. 0.7-47.8 million euro) in the base year 2014. The company’s data, including employment, sales and profit, were verified by an independent, international business intelligence company COFACE. The list of Business Gazelles 2017 was published in a special supplement to Puls Biznesu on December 27th, 2017. The government-run Polish Development Fund is its strategic partner.

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