Sybilla Technologies Sparkles with Forbes Diamond 2024 Award

Forbes Diamonds 2024 Sybilla Technologies

We are thrilled to announce that Sybilla Technologies has been awarded the prestigious Forbes Diamond 2024 title. This accolade is a testament to our relentless pursuit of excellence and our commitment to increasing our company’s value over the last three years.

The Forbes Diamonds list is an annual ranking of enterprises that have most effectively enhanced their worth, demonstrating strength, the ability to build value, and exceptional brand and business quality. Being recognized by Forbes, especially during these challenging times, is not only an honor but also serves as a source of inspiration.

Our inclusion in the list is based on the Swiss method of company valuation, considering financial performance, asset value, payment history, payment reliability, and the absence of negative legal events from 2018 to 2022. This recognition underscores our credibility among business partners and places us among the elite companies in Poland.

We are proud to represent excellence and innovation within our industry. This achievement is a collective effort of our dedicated team, loyal clients, and supportive partners. We look forward to continuing to set benchmarks in our sector and beyond.

Stay tuned for more updates as we attend the celebratory Regional Galas hosted by Forbes, where we will share experiences with top companies from the ranking.

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