Wirtualna Polska Holding is among the best companies listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. In the prestigious “Stock Exchange Company of the Year” ranking organized by Puls Biznesu, WP found itself in a small number of highest-rated companies. The company received particularly high scores in: management’s competence, innovativeness of products and services and investor relations.
More than 120 major companies listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange were rated by one hundred analysts, investment advisors and brokers. This is how the “Stock Exchange Company of the Year” ranking was put together. For the fourth year running, CD Project finished at the top spot, with Selvita and Dino Polska close behind. Wirtualna Polska Holding came 4th, ex aequo with CCC and Comarch. WP scored 77 points, 3 points less than the winner, with the experts giving it the highest marks in the following categories: management’s competence, innovativeness of products and services and investor relations.
– The competitors of Wirtualna Polska are owned by large European or global groups. But we are not alone at all. We have the capital market behind us. This is why this award is so important for us. Thank you – said Jacek Świderski, CEO of Wirtualna Polska Holding S.A.
On this occasion, analysts were also asked which companies they considered to be most promising in 2019. In this survey, WP Holding was placed in the top 3. This means that investors believe in further dynamic growth of its performance.
It was the 20th edition of “Stock Exchange Company of the Year” ranking by Puls Biznesu. The awards ceremony was held at the Grand Theater in Warsaw.
Wirtualna Polska is a e-commerce and media holding group. It owns WP and o2 horizontal portals and runs specialist thematic sites. In the e-commerce industry, WP’s is active in the tourism, fashion, interior and home design, financial services and automotive sectors. According to a Gemius/PBI survey, more than 22 million Poles used WP’s internet products in February 2019.
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