SeeNews launch its TOP 100 SEE ranking of the biggest companies in the region of Southeast Europe

SeeNews launch its TOP 100 SEE ranking of the biggest companies in the region of Southeast Europe

In November 2020, SeeNews will launch its TOP 100 SEE ranking of the biggest companies in the region of Southeast Europe (SEE) for the 13th consecutive year.
Apart from the flagship ranking, this year’s edition of TOP 100 SEE will feature exclusive interviews with policy makers and executives of leading companies, banks and insurers in the region:

  • Gallina A. Vincelette, the World Bank’s Country Director for the European Union (EU), shares her thoughts on the main factors that will impact the region’s post-Covid recovery;
  • Nina Angelovska, finance of North Macedonia until August, explains the logic behind the government’s measures to cushion the economic impact of the pandemic and sums up the steps that need to be taken going forward, "We need to play smart, restructure our economy and put focus on digital economy.";
  • Elisabeth Stadler, CEO of Vienna Insurance Group, talks about the group's strategic priorities, the sectors in which it will re-evaluate investments and how extensive digitalisation activities are paying off;
  • “In order to have a strong competitive automotive industry, it is essential to have suppliers nearby to develop synchronisation and transversal skills,” Christophe Dridi, Managing Director of Automobile Dacia and Groupe Renault Romania, tells this edition of SEE TOP 100.
  • We have also decided to include in this publication a feature story on the social investment strategy of ContourGlobal, one of the big donors in the fight with Covid-19, and how a successful business should be a responsible citizen.
Apart from the flagship ranking, this year’s edition of TOP 100 SEE will feature exclusive interviews with policy makers and executives of leading companies, banks and insurers in the region:

  • Gallina A. Vincelette, the World Bank’s Country Director for the European Union (EU), shares her thoughts on the main factors that will impact the region’s post-Covid recovery;
  • Nina Angelovska, finance of North Macedonia until August, explains the logic behind the government’s measures to cushion the economic impact of the pandemic and sums up the steps that need to be taken going forward, "We need to play smart, restructure our economy and put focus on digital economy.";
  • Elisabeth Stadler, CEO of Vienna Insurance Group, talks about the group's strategic priorities, the sectors in which it will re-evaluate investments and how extensive digitalisation activities are paying off;
  • “In order to have a strong competitive automotive industry, it is essential to have suppliers nearby to develop synchronisation and transversal skills,” Christophe Dridi, Managing Director of Automobile Dacia and Groupe Renault Romania, tells this edition of SEE TOP 100.
  • We have also decided to include in this publication a feature story on the social investment strategy of ContourGlobal, one of the big donors in the fight with Covid-19, and how a successful business should be a responsible citizen.
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