Ulstein Group Awarded Academic's Union Gold

Press Release
Monday, June 17, 2013
Gunvor Ulstein Receives Award: Photo credit Ulstein Group

Norway's Tekna (Technical and Scientific Association) awards its gold medal to Ulstein Group for creating opportunities in technology.

Gunvor Ulstein, CEO of Ulstein Group, received Tekna’s Gold Medal at a recent ceremony. The medal is given as an honour and encouragement to Norwegian managers or companies for outstanding efforts in creating new opportunities for Norwegian technologists, both in Norway and internationally. It was last awarded in 2008.

Gunvor Ulstein thanked Tekna by sharing the honour with all employees in Ulstein: 
“Together with all our talented employees, we have developed ULSTEIN into today’s company. To continue this positive development, it is very important that we work well with all actors in the cluster, so that Norway will stand out as an attractive country, also in the years to come.

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Tekna (Technical and Scientific Association) is a trade union whose members have a master's education in technology and natural sciences. It is the largest trade union in the Academic field, and is Norway's largest employee organization for people higher education.

 

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