Feb 09, 2012 15:06 GMT Andreas Martsman, VP of Oxeon, and Henrik Blycker, CEO of Oxeon, was awarded male rising star in the 2012 Entrepreneur Of The Year competition in Sweden. The competition is known as the World Cup for entrepreneurs and this year Oxeon received an award from the Prince Daniel, Duke of Västergötland, at the award ceremony taking place in Stockholm the 8th of February.
Oxeon honored with another growth awardNov 30, 2011 12:33 GMT
Oxeon co-founders Andreas Martsman and Henrik Blycker recently received two awards at the regional “Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year” competition in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Andreas Martsman, VP – Head of business development of Oxeon, and Henrik Blycker, CEO, received awards for “The best international growth” and “The male rising star”.
The jury’s motivation was: "With study allowance as the first venture capital these people have founded a company with cutting-edge technology that has grown fantastically fast. Attributes that have characterized the company's path forward are innovation, adaptation to customer needs and stubbornness."
Oxeon develops, produces and markets TeXtreme® Spread Tow Reinforcements to the advanced composites industry.
In 2010 Oxeon was awarded “Supergasell” as the fastest growing company in Sweden.
About the competition
Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year is one of the world's top awards for entrepreneurs. It is the first international award for entrepreneurs that with a clear vision and strong leadership skills build successful companies. The competition takes place at regional, national and international level in more than 140 cities in over 50 countries. The entrepreneurs are assessed by an external jury after the criteria entrepreneurial spirit, economic development, strategic direction, impact on the world, innovation and personal integrity and influence. The competition started in the U.S. in 1986.
- entrepreneur of the year
- ernst & young
- ultra light composites
- ultra light
- spread tow reinforcements
- spread tow fabrics
- spread tow
- composites industry
- carbon fabrics