Bcomp scores again: Best @ SEF


On Friday – 10th of June, Bcomp took over Swiss Economic Forum (SEF) Awards and got the most aspired prize as the best High-tech/Biotech company of the year 2016.

Bcomp received a high-quality award trophy, designed by Mario Tronza, Creaholic SA, which symbolizes the victory and achievements. Apart from that, the company also got such benefits as prize money, media exposure, feedback from qualified experts and invitations to the next year’s event.

“This accomplishment brings joy to the whole Bcomp’s team and everybody is excited! It’s a great honor and encouragement for us to be rated as the best among other top-notch Swiss start-ups“ – commented Cyrille Boinay – the co-founder and a CEO at Bcomp.”The event is one of the most important for young Swiss entrepreneurs – it does not only bring glory but also investment and attention of the international scene“ – added managing director of markets Christian Fischer. Both of them also mentioned, that Bcomp team is looking forward to becoming a part of SEF alumni club – the network for all entrepreneurs who have been winners or finalists of Swiss Economic Awards.

The Swiss Economic Forum is a leading economic conference in the global context. It is an annual event bringing together international audience of professionals both from private and public sectors so as political field. SEF is always taking place in Interlaken in the beginning of June.

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