Progressive Infotech

Prateek Garg, CEO, Progressive Infotech, felicitated at the Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Award (APEA) 2018

Progressive Infotech recently celebrated the win of its CEO Prateek Garg at the 9th ‘Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Awards’ held in New Delhi. Prateek received this award for his continued efforts and innovations in the field of ‘IT, Internet and Telecommunication’.

APEA is a recognition program led by ‘Enterprise Asia’, a non-government organization promoting entrepreneurship in the region. It aims to acknowledge groundbreaking contributions of regional players amongst various industry segments and market verticals.

This year, the annual event was hosted in New Delhi, receiving close to 100 nominations from which 22 winners across 11 industries were selected. Minister of State for External Affairs Gen. V.K. Singh was the Chief Guest at the event, along with Dr Fong Chan Onn, Chairman, Enterprise Asia and William Ng, President, Enterprise Asia.

APEA simultaneously provides a platform to successful entrepreneurs for sharing ideas, resources and opportunities to boost innovation and business development while ensuring fair business practices. This year, the event was attended by more than 250 industry leaders representing an elite group of prominent entrepreneurs in the subcontinent.

Commenting on his achievement, Prateek Garg, MD and CEO, Progressive Infotech said, “I am extremely delighted to be a part of this august group of successful entrepreneurs. At Progressive, our approach has always been aimed at delivering unmatched customer satisfaction. Since the market is dynamic, so has been our attitude while addressing it. This dynamic approach has helped us establish robust processes and frameworks at Progressive and enabled us to stay relevant within the global marketplace since our inception. I’m indeed honoured to be felicitated by APEA, however, I’d like to mention that this recognition is equally credited to my team at Progressive Infotech without whom none of my contributions to the industry would be possible.”

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