BMK Receives Bavaria's Best 50 Award

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BMK is again one of the top companies in Bavaria. Hubert Aiwanger, Bavarian State Minister for Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy, presented the Bavaria's Best 50 award to Dr. Bärbel Götz and Andreas Schneider, Managing Directors of BMK, at Schleißheim Castle on July 26, 2022.

The Bavarian State Ministry of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy will again honor the 50 fastest-growing medium-sized companies in 2022. In the last five years, these companies increased both their sales and number of employees above average.

The award-winning SMEs are successfully assuming corporate responsibility in view of demographic change and the increased challenges of a modern working world. The award is intended to give public recognition to this economic and social significance. Hubert Aiwanger emphasizes, "With performance, dedication and creativity, SMEs have contributed economic strength and overall prosperity to Bavaria.

Therefore, BMK is a part of the companies regarded as the backbone of the Bavarian economy.

After 2018, the Ministry awarded BMK for the second time.

Dr. Bärbel Götz is pleased, "As an owner-managed medium-sized company, BMK has assumed corporate responsibility since its foundation in 1994. Against the backdrop of the difficult market situation due to the Corona pandemic and the war in Europe creating disruptions in the supply chain, there is a need for a shift to more flexible and creative solutions. We are proud to be among the best in Bavaria."


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