7. May 2019
Grand Prix of Medium-Sized Businesses 2019 – GartenLandschaft Berg & Co. GmbH in the 2nd round
This year’s German economic competition “Grand Prix of Medium-Sized Businesses”, organized by the Oskar Patzelt Foundation in Leipzig, has the motto “Sustainable management”.
The non-prized competition has been held since 1994 and is taking place for the 25th time this year. Of the 5,399 previously nominated small and medium-sized companies, 758 made it to the second round on the so-called jury list and thus qualified for the jury’s decision. The company GartenLandschaft Berg from Sinzig-Westum is one of them.
The motivation of sustainable management is firmly anchored in its corporate philosophy and contributes from the outset to the economic success of the gardening and landscaping business. In the last six years alone, long-lived grasses and shrubs have been planted on approx. 30,000 square metres. In addition approx. 12,000 to 15,000 shrubs and woody plants. This alone is an enormous contribution to species diversity in the insect and bird world.
Peter Berg also attaches great importance to a high quality standard in all areas of the company: “As a small manufactory, we have always dealt with quality management. From Prof. Dr. Jörg Knoblauch, who has won the Ludwig-Ehrhard-Prize with his company Drillbox, we have learned to constantly work on improvement”, the managing director states.
A total of 12 regional juries will decide in the coming weeks who will be honoured as a finalist, as a prizewinner or with a special prize. It remains exciting. But regardless of the outcome of the competition “Grand Prix of Medium-Sized Businesses” – GartenLandschaft Berg continues to devote all its passion to the topic of sustainability and the connection between man and nature in aesthetic design.