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Gan Direct wins ‘National Champion’ award

Gan Direct Insurance has been awarded the ‘National Champion’ prize in the prestigious European Business Awards 2016/17 sponsored by RSM, the audit, tax and consulting experts.

In total, 636 businesses from 34 countries were named as National Champions in the 2016/17 year. National Champions will now compete for the final which takes place in 2017.

“It is with great honour and excitement that we announce Gan Direct Insurance’s contribution … has been recognised in Europe’s largest business competition,” Gan Direct said in a press release.

“Our achievement becomes even greater considering that this year over 33,000 businesses from 34 countries engaged in the pursuit of this prestigious title,” it added.

The European Business Awards, which are now in their 10th year, were set up to recognise and celebrate business excellence and are supported by business leaders, academics and political representatives from across Europe.

“Congratulations to Gan Direct Insurance who have been selected to represent their country as National Champions,” said European Business Awards CEO Adrian Tripp.

“They are central to the success of Europe’s strong business community, and have shown the core principles we look for: of innovation, ethics and success.”

The next round of the Awards requires the National Champions to make a presentation video, telling their unique story and explaining their business success.

GAN Direct Insurance started operations in the Cyprus insurance industry in May 1994. It places emphasis on the direct delivery of uncomplicated insurance products, which offer speed, convenience and value.

Products can be customised, based on customers’ individual needs.

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