It is with great pride and joy to announce that INTERMAG has been awarded in the prestigious, Polish innovation promoting competition - "Initiator of Innovation", organized by Newsweek Poland.
Competition Jury* comprised of prominent authorities appreciated our efforts in building modern agriculture, developing innovating product consistent with the customers' expectations, which are developed by a team of highly qualified specialists, using the best technology.
During the gala ceremony, which took place on 26 May in Warsaw, the awards had been granted in the first "Initiator of Innovation" competition organized by Newsweek Poland supported by the consulting company PwC. Chairman of the Board, Hubert Kardasz, when receiving the award, particularly thanked the Polish farmers, as it is them who inspire the company to develop new ideas and motivate for continuous innovation, as a result INTERMAG has been recognized in over 20 countries.
Janusz Piechociński, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy, pointed out at the ceremony that innovation is not just technology, but particularly people who constantly impose new goals. This statement fully applies to business activity of INTERMAG, which is a leading Polish manufacturer of a wide range of agrochemicals for agriculture, horticulture and animal health-promoting products. For more than 25 years we combine experience of the team of highly qualified specialists with modern technologies. INTERMAG company's motto is to continuously improve the product range and market new, innovative products. INTERMAG experts actively track the progress in natural science, analyse specific nutritional needs of individual species of plants, as well as trends in the prevention of animal health, and develop unique products, whose role is to improve productivity in various sectors of cultivation and animal breeding. Thoroughly thought-out development activities affect plant feeding and bio-stimulation programmes through innovative products to ensure their optimal growth and development.
*Competition Jury comprised of prominent representatives of the world of business, science and the media: Bożena Gargas (President of the Institute of Industrial Design), Leszek Grabarczyk (Deputy Director of the National Centre for Research and Development), Krzysztof Klincewicz (Professor of the Department of Management, University of Warsaw), Tomasz Lis (Chief Editor of Newsweek Poland), Piotr Przewrocki (entrepreneur, "angel of business”) and Beata Tylman (Director of the team of Innovations and R&D, grants and allowances in the consulting company PwC).