BSBI receives first-ever ‘Outstanding Organization Award’ in Dubai

This week, Berlin School of Business and Innovation was honoured with the esteemed “Education 2.0 – Outstanding Organization Award.” This is the first-ever award that has been awarded to BSBI. This recognition comes as a testament to BSBI’s unwavering commitment to excellence in education and innovation.

The award was conferred to BSBI at the Education 2.0 Conference in Dubai, which took part from Tuesday 20  to Thursday 22 February, 2024, at the InterContinental, Dubai Festival City, Dubai, UAE. Ernst Suganandarajah, Co-CEO of BSBI and Professor Dr Kyriakos Kouveliotis, Provost and Chief Academic Officer at BSBI, graciously accepted the honour on behalf of the institution.

Reflecting on this achievement, Professor Dr Kyriakos Kouveliotis shared: “We are deeply honoured to receive the ‘Education 2.0 – Outstanding Organization Award.’ At BSBI, we hold a strong belief that education transcends the mere imparting of knowledge; it is a dynamic force in shaping the future. This prestigious award serves as a testament to our unwavering dedication, reminding us to consistently push the boundaries of education, ignite innovation, and mold the future of learning for generations to come.”

All shortlisted nominees were judged and assessed in five categories: Industry Reputation, Creative DNA, Financial Outlook, Competitive Edge and Strong Leadership. The Assessment Committee, comprising distinguished experts in the field, meticulously rated each applicant on every criterion.

BSBI’s exceptional performance across these parameters secured its well-deserved place among the esteemed awardees.

We congratulate BSBI on this well-deserved recognition, marking their first-ever award.

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