In Recycled Graciela Naum, Queen Máxima Presents King Willem I Prize
Today, Thursday May 26, was another busy day for Her Majesty Queen Máxima.
After attending the “Appeltjes van Oranje 2016” award ceremony this morning along with King Willem-Alexander and Princess Beatrix, this evening the Queen presented the King Willem I Prize in Eindhoven.
— Yvonne v Woudenberg (@YVWFotografie) May 26, 2016
There were three winners: in the category Large Enterprise, the winner was the Royal Philips Electronics; in the category SMEs, the winner was the TOBROCO machinery and in the category Plaque for Sustainable Entrepreneurship, the winner was Koppert Cress BV.
— Koning Willem 1Prijs (@kw1prijs) May 26, 2016
The King Willem I Prize is awarded every two years to companies that work with sustainability, innovation and good entrepreneurship. The prize was established in 1958 by the King Willem I Foundation and is supported by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment.
Queen Máxima is Honorary President of the King Willem I Foundation.Filed under The Netherlands
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