Bamboo Group has submitted the financial statements for the Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in confirmation to its annual participation in the Estonian Companies’ Competitiveness Ranking 2020.
Tallinn, Estonia, July 10, 2020 – Bamboo Group OÜ, an international group of tech companies, announced that this year the company would take part in the Competitiveness Ranking held by the Estonian Institute of Economic Research. This is also an opportunity for Bamboo Group to get accredited for the Entrepreneurship Award 2020, another important competition, in the nomination “Exporter 2020” along with other successful companies of Estonia. To take part in the ranking, companies-participants have to submit the required financial data on their activities for the last two years: sales revenue, net profit, labour costs, equity capital, the annual average number of employees and another data that can be important for the comprehensive and transparent analysis.
“From the early days, we’ve been seeking exceptional projects related to location and industry poised for large growth. That’s how we started at the beginning of the 2000s, rolling up the sleeves and establishing our presence in Africa and Asia with innovative services for telecom, and that’s what still keeps us operating with many sectors of social economy. For the record, we’ve made a big step towards enhancing the educational process in foreign institutions and, as a result, promoting the image of Estonia as the Education Nation – all by exporting our edtech products and services to the emerging markets that were in need of digitalisation”, – commented the company’s application for the Award Vladislav Yevteyev, the Chief Strategy Officer of Bamboo Group.
About the Estonian Companies’ Competitiveness Ranking
The Estonian Companies’ Competitiveness Ranking competition itself is one of the most important entrepreneurship competitions in Estonia aimed to showcase the most successful companies in the country and sets them as an example for other entrepreneurs. It all started in the year 2003 when it was organized for the first time by the initiative of the Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Since 2006, the Competitiveness Ranking is organized in partnership with the Estonian Institute of Economic Research and the Lausanne International Institute for Management Development that help analyze data and draw up the rankings.
More details about the Estonian Companies’ Competitiveness Ranking competition and the Entrepreneurship Award and the list of winners of previous years in different categories are available on the links: Competitiveness Ranking and Entrepreneurship Award.