EpiGaN Wins Gazelle Ambassador Starter 2014 Award
The specialist in GaN-on-silicon technology was awarded for its fast growth in revenue and employees in a three-year time span
EpiGaN nv, a provider of III-nitride epitaxial materials, was awarded the title of 'National Trends Gazelle Ambassador 2014' in the category ‘Starter’ by Trends, a financial-economics Belgian magazine.
The annual award recognises EpiGaN for its fast growth in revenue and employees in a three-year time span. It was further selected for its highly innovative products addressing a large international market, offering further growth perspective and local job creations.
The award was presented to EpiGaN by Flemish Minister President, Kris Peeters, in Brussels.
"We are thrilled and very proud with this title and recognition," said Marianne Germain, Co-Founder and CEO of EpiGaN. It is great to be awarded for the hard work of a very committed team and its constant efforts since the founding of the company in 2010. And this is just the beginning, as we are in the middle of expanding our production capacity to support volume growth driven by our worldwide customers." Marianne Germain, Co-Founder and CEO of EpiGaN
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