Belatchew Arkitekter Awarded as one of Sweden’s Fastest Growing Companies

25 oktober 2018

Dagens Industri, Sweden’s premier finance daily newspaper, has chosen Belatchew Arkitekter as the recipient of the DI Gasell Award 2018, which means that the company is one of Sweden's fastest growing and most profitable companies.

“We are proud and humble to have received the DI Gasell award from Dagens Industri,” says Rahel Belatchew, CEO and founder, Belatchew Arkitekter AB.

“We see this as a sign that we are on the right track and that our view of what an architectural company should offer today has been well received by the market. It is about offering our customers a mix of architecture, innovation and sustainability,” says Rahel Belatchew.

“I want to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to our amazing employees who have made this possible,” Rahel Belatchew concludes.

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