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Oracle Academy wins Education Leaders and Responsible Business awards in Greece and Cyprus

Jane Richardson
Senior Director, EMEA

Recently, Oracle Academy and Oracle Hellas won two awards in Greece, which now makes 18 awards won in 5 years.

On June 29, 2020, the Education Leaders Awards 2020 recognized Oracle Academy with a Silver award in the category “Online & Distance Learning” and a Bronze award in the category “Lifelong Learning & Employability.” The awards were organized by Boussias Communications.

Earlier in the year, the Hellenic Responsible Business Awards presented Oracle Academy and Oracle Hellas with two Bronze awards on February 24, 2020. The program’s contributions were recognized in the categories “Long term Investment (Local/Regional or National)” and “Education/Scholarships/Large Company.” These awards were organized by Boussias Communications under the auspices of the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises.

For the first time, Oracle Academy also was recognized in Cyprus, receiving the Silver award in the category “Technology for the Common Good – Digital Education & Skills” during the Cyprus Responsible Business Awards 2019 ceremony held in the Presidential Megaron in Nicosia, Cyprus, on October 10, 2019. The awards were organized by Boussias Communications and Dias Publishing Ltd.

These awards respond to the Greek and Cypriot business communities’ need to showcase successful cooperation models that transform the face of the modern, sustainable entrepreneurship aiming at the common good.

Since 2015, Oracle Academy has received more 18 awards for its contributions to the Greek educational system through the Education Leaders Awards, the Hellenic Responsible Business Awards, the Business IT Excellence (BITE) Awards, and the Bravo Sustainable Business Awards.

 

 

 

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