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INBusiness Awards 2012: Celebrating Successful Businesses and Entrepreneurship
Date:1/18/2013

NICOSIA, Cyprus, January 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

The INBusiness Awards 2012 took place for the fifth consecutive year at the Hilton Park Hotel in Nicosia. A total of 12 awards were presented to companies, business practices, products, and people that are leading the local and international business community. Hellenic Bank, MTN, Chivas and TFI Markets sponsored the event. Chrysanthos Tsouroullis coordinated the event while the entertaining part was undertaken by the internationally renowned soprano Katerina Mina .

The winners of the event are as follows:

New Product / Service Award
Managed Print Services, Demstar Information Group
Recipient: Stelios Kolokasides, CEO Demstar Information Group
Presenters: Marios Mavridis , an economist and member of the Democratic Rally and Thanos Chronopoulos , Chief Marketing Officer of MTN

Industry / Manufacturing Award
Vitatrace Nutrition
Recipient: Christodoulos Angastiniotis , CEO Vitatrace Nutrition
Presenters: Filios Zachariades, President of the Federation of Employers and Industrialists and Marios Tsiakkis, Secretary General of the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce & Industry.

Services Award
Intercollege Global Training
Recipient: Odysseus Christodoulou, CEO of Intercollege Globaltraining
Presenters: Demetra Kalogirou , President of the CySEC and Lucas Marangos , CEO of TFI Markets.

SMBs Award
NIPD Genetics
Recipient: Philip Patsalis , CEO of NIPD Genetics
Presenters: Philokypros Andrew, President of the Limassol Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Dinos Lefkaritis, President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industr
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