TOP 100 - Die 100 innovativsten Unternehmen im Mittelstand

Bestenliste gelftet


Lothar Spth lftete am heutigen Abend den Vorhang fr die 100 innovativsten Unternehmen im Mittelstand. An der Spitze steht in diesem Jahr die rose plastic GmbH aus Hergensweiler.


Der Verpackungsspezialist hat den Innovationsgedanken besonders erfolgreich und nachhaltig in seiner Firmenkultur verankert, so die Jury.

Bayern hinter NRW hinter Baden-Wrttemberg
Mit rose plastics schafften es weitere 14 Mittelstndler aus Bayern auf die Bestenliste. Das sdliche Bundesland ist damit drittstrkste Kraft im Unternehmenswettbewerb. Vor Bayern auf Platz Zwei liegt Nordrhein-Westfalen, das sich mit 16 Unternehmen unter den "Top 100" platzierte.

Unangefochtener Spitzenreiter ist zum vierten Mal in Folge Baden-Wrttemberg. Ganze 42 Mittelstndler zeigten mit ihrem Einzug auf die Top-Liste, wo die kreativen Kpfe in Deutschland zu Hause sind.

Maschinenbau legt vor
Die Preisverleihung war der Hhepunkt der Mittelstandsinitiative, an der sich 282 Unternehmen in 5 Kategorien bewarben. Strkste Branche in der Top-100-Liste ist der Maschinenbau mit 17 Firmen. Dahinter folgt IT mit 15 Teilnehmern vor dem geteilten dritten Rang fr Chemie/Kunststoff und Medizintechnik (jeweils 5).

Die Kategoriensieger
Alle fnf Gewinner der Einzelkategorien stammen aus dem Sden Deutschlands:

Innovationserfolg: CSAT GmbH (Maschinenbau) aus Eggenstein

Innovationsklima und Innovator des Jahres: rose plastics (Chemie / Kunststoff) aus Hergensweiler

Innovationsfrderndes Top-Management: itemis GmbH (IT-Entwicklung und Beratung / E-Commerce) aus Pforzheim

Innovative Prozesse und Organisation: Schreiner Group GmbH & Co. KG (Druck / Papier / Verpackung) aus Oberschleiheim

Innovationsmarketing: AEG Electric Tools GmbH (Elektronik / Elektrotechnik) aus Winnenden

5 Kommentare:
von Sakir am 18.09.2014 - 13:16 UhrIf Germany is "proving incredibly scfuesscul in cultivating trade with countries outside the EU", then the European regulatory environment can't be "stifling". Perhaps the reason for Germany's success at exporting, and Britain's relative failure, has less to do with regulation and more with factors such as a skilled workforce, capacity for innovation, competent management and long-term planning and investment. Why doesn't Open Europe ever address these issues? Making the EU a scapegoat for failures which are our own responsibility is just a cop-out http://ubovoivo.com [url=http://jtmofxjhjvc.com]jtmof... [link=http://onnnvrkqptm.com]onnn...
von Dayse am 17.09.2014 - 03:23 UhrSeen the size of the market per <a href="http://jfighstif.com... imho it should be looked at from <a href="http://jfighstif.com... to <a href="http://jfighstif.com... (at least as well as looking at it as a block, or in another way even 2 blocks). Basically The South EZ can be given up as far as growth is concerned. The North will suffer from that (and take a hit in potential growth), but will likely survive. So within the EZ more focus on the North. Growth in the EU will probably be mainly Eastern (after that Northern) and the less related with the EZ the better. It will be nearly impossible to go without Europe. Everywhere on the world it shows that successful international trade will for a large part be with neighbours (whther you like them or not). Good to put the stress somewhere else, but Europe will remain under any realistic scenario the no 1 trading region (and by far). UK should focuss more for Europe on services and modern business like IPRs. And not about hamsters, wisents and wolfs and agriculture. Another big structural mistake the UK has made the last decades. They simply didnot have the priorities right in that respect as well (as well as on democracy).
von Yuttachai am 16.09.2014 - 23:00 UhrDear Crapshooter, my company<a href="http://yzutpp.com&qu... etproxs</a> 80% of our product. Virtually none to the EU. Almost all to the real world. We compete with Germans with no problem. We compete with Chinese, and have just built an aircraft hangar in Ulan Batoor. We do not need a lesson on skills, management, planning and investment thank you.Rollo
von Anil am 16.09.2014 - 20:44 UhrCongratulations, Rollo, on your company's suecss. Obviously Britain's membership of the EU is not stopping you from selling to non-EU markets.There are other successful British firms, big and small. But it doesn't alter the fact that overall Germany is better at exporting than we are. So it makes sense to ask why. Whatever the reason, it's nothing to do with the EU as we're both sublect to the same EU rules. http://tnwxlah.com [url=http://gihmadkstz.com]gihmad... [link=http://twzkfczoyp.com]twzkf...
von Achraf am 14.09.2014 - 15:44 UhrSeen the size of the market per crnutoy imho it should be looked at from crnutoy to crnutoy (at least as well as looking at it as a block, or in another way even 2 blocks). Basically The South EZ can be given up as far as growth is concerned. The North will suffer from that (and take a hit in potential growth), but will likely survive. So within the EZ more focus on the North. Growth in the EU will probably be mainly Eastern (after that Northern) and the less related with the EZ the better. It will be nearly impossible to go without Europe. Everywhere on the world it shows that successful international trade will for a large part be with neighbours (whther you like them or not). Good to put the stress somewhere else, but Europe will remain under any realistic scenario the no 1 trading region (and by far). UK should focuss more for Europe on services and modern business like IPRs. And not about hamsters, wisents and wolfs and agriculture. Another big structural mistake the UK has made the last decades. They simply didnot have the priorities right in that respect as well (as well as on democracy).
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