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Good company statuets awarded to the most innovative and fastest growing companies in Lesser Poland

Warsaw, 25th September 2020


The Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers chose the best companies in Małopolska – a region in the south of Poland know in English as Lesser Poland. Among the winning companies, there were enterprises from the engineering, technology, chemical, IT, advertising and marketing sectors.

As part of the first edition of the Dobra Firma 2020 Programme, seven statuettes were presented at the gala at the Best Western Efekt. The event was held under the patronage of the President of the City of Kraków, Jacek Majchrowski, the Voivode of Małopolska, Łukasz Kmita, and the Marshal of the Małopolska Voivodeship, Witold Kozłowski. The event’s partners included: the Industrial Development Agency ARP, the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development PARP, the Polish Development Fund PFR, Info Veriti business intelligence agency, the monthly magazine on business and innovation My Company Polska and the regional Polish national TV station TVP 3 Kraków.

During the qualification process, the Union’s experts carefully analysed financial data summarising several years of activity provided by Info Veriti, the potential to innovate and grow as well as the reputation of a broad group of companies from the Lesser Polish region. Having evaluated the data, a team of experts selected a set of 52 enterprises operating in Małopolska most dynamically, 7 of which became the programme’s laureates.

The winners are:

in the Most Effective Company category

  • HAND MADE MARCIN PALARCZYK ARTUR LALEWICZ sj. – a 360 advertising agency providing their services to the largest Polish brands, offering a well-thought-out strategy and advertising creation.
  • LEIER POLSKA S.A. – a company operating in more than 40 locations, which include brick factories, precast concrete plants, acoustic screen factories, car dealerships, mechanical plants, facilities specialising in soil for horticulture, and hotels as well as places where real estate management and rental services are provided.

in the Best Innovator category

  • ATMAT Sp. z o.o. – a dynamically growing Polish production company specialising in the industrial engineering industry.
  • SYNTHOS DWORY 7 Sp. z o.o. – the Group’s activity is based on the sale of chemical products used as raw materials and intermediate products in a wide range of industries, in particular in the automotive industry, packaging industry and construction industry.

in the Most Efficient Employer category

  • NKK SYSTEM NOWAK, KUKUŁKA, KORNIJASZ sj. – a company providing services for institutional and individual clients, offering IT equipment, computers, peripherals, and ready-made solutions for business.
  • TOBACCO TRADING INTERNATIONAL POLAND Sp. z o.o. – a company operating on the Polish market of high-quality tobacco products and related accessories. It is at the forefront of companies specialising in the import and distribution of tobacco and complementary products.

The Union’s Special Prize was awarded to MORE BANANAS Sp. z o.o. Sp.k. – a company specialising the advertising and public relations campaigns in social media.

The full list of winning companies is available at

Cezary Kaźmierczak, the President of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers, comments: “As part of our activity, we wish to distinguish the best Polish companies and entrepreneurs who, in spite of the difficult conditions for development, consistently strive forward, implement innovations, and provide stable, employee-friendly jobs. It is thanks to such companies that the Polish economy is handling the current economic crisis better than others. For the last 10 years, all of us at the Union have been actively working towards improving the operating conditions for companies in Poland. We initiate many and support all initiatives aimed at eliminating from the Polish legal system any and all restrictions on economic activity that exceed EU requirements, thus levelling the competitive opportunities between Polish and European enterprises.”


The awards in the Dobra Firma (Good Company) project are awarded by the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers, also known as ZPP. Founded in 2010, the Union is the fastest growing and most active organisation of Polish entrepreneurs. Its members include over 52,000 companies, 15 regional and 20 industry organisations. Every year, ZPP publishes over 30 reports, studies and films as well as over 100 legislative comments, positions and opinions. It organises numerous debates and meetings. Its goal is to make Poland the country with the best business conditions and tax system in Europe. ZPP is apolitical and supports the free market and common sense, regardless of political affiliations. Moreover, the Union is a member of the Social Dialogue Council and has a representative office in Brussels.

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