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Cyprus Innovation Awards 2021

Cyprus Innovation Awards 2021

The submission of applications for the Cyprus Innovation Awards 2021 has just begun. If your company or organisation has successfully implemented an innovative idea or practice that deserves recognition, don’t hesitate to participate. 


The Cyprus Employers & Industrialists Federation (OEB) conceived the idea of the Cyprus Innovation Awards 15 years ago, with the goal of recognizing the best and most innovative ideas to have been successfully implemented by Cypriot companies and organisations in both private and public sector. It is considered as the highest award for recognizing the effective and innovative implementation of new processes, products and practices aiming in satisfying customer demand or solving a specific problem in a company, in society or the economy in general. 


Five Innovation Awards are offered as follows: 

Innovation Award in the Primary Sector (Agriculture, Livestock, Fishing, Forestry)

Innovation Award in the Manufacturing Sector (Industry, Energy, all Industrial Businesses)

Innovation Award in the Services Sector (Tourism, Finance, Insurance, Education, Communications, etc.) 

Innovation Award in the Public Sector (Public Services, Local Authorities, Government and Semi-Government organisations).  

Social Innovation Award


Over the last 15 years, many companies and public organisations have been selected among hundreds of entries for an award, indicating that Cyprus has a vibrant innovation ecosystem together with the necessary and appropriate human resources to implement innovative ideas and practices deserving of recognition. 


For more information please click here.


Applications should be sent by May 14, 2021, to: 4, Cyprus Employers & Industrialists Federation Street, Strovolos, 2000 Nicosia.


For further information and application forms, contact ΟΕΒ on +357 22643000 or visit


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