Loro Parque scoops major business award
Loro Parque has received the Canary Islands Award for Business Excellence, awarded by the regional government in recognition of its commitment to promote the principles of quality, innovation and excellence in all its endeavours.
The award was given to Wolfgang Kiessling, president of the company, at an event held at the headquarters of the Technological Institute of the Canary Islands (ITC) in Tenerife.
The IX edition of these awards of recognized prestige was attended by Pedro Ortega, Minister of Economy, Industry, Trade and Knowledge of the Government of the Canary Islands; Justo Artiles, general director of Industry and Energy, and Cristina Hernández, general director of Economic Promotion.
Loro Parque, also recognised this 2018 as the best zoo in the world for the second year in a row, has received recognition in the category ‘Medium-Large Company’. The accolade recognised that it has turned it into one of the most respected and recognised zoological institutions in the world, both for its exceptional beauty, for the excellence of its facilities and its respect for nature.
The Ministry of Economy, Industry, Trade and Know-ledge of the Government of the Canary Islands this year celebrates the ninth edition of the Canary Islands Awards for Business Excellence, a prestigious recognition of the excellence of the companies of the islands. With this award, it seeks to recognize the daily work carried out by the companies of the archipelago to promote and promote the principles of quality, innovation and excellence in their management, with the aim of improving their competitiveness. Thus, the awarded companies become a business reference for the entire Canarian society.