Samsung Romania announced Trends of Tomorrow’s winners

Business, CSR

Samsung Romania announced the winners of Trends of Tomorrow educational campaign, a national competition for career projects that aims to represent for participants a starting point   in their future successful professional career.

During an event organized in Bucharest, Samsung Electronics Romania awarded the best career plans entered in the national projects competition Trends of Tomorrow. The 3 awards were Euro 5,000, Euro 3,000 and Samsung products aimed to support the participants in achieving their academic purposes, illustrated in the career plan they entered in the competition.

From the 30 teams that entered the development stage of their career projects, with mentors help, there were selected 4 finalist team that had the chance to present their projects to a jury that had as members the mentors Mihaela Stanoiu – Marketing Manager Samsung Electronics Romania, Victor Maghiari – Technology General Business Leader Oracle Romania, Florin Grozea – Hi Q (music group) member and Remus Borza – Managing Partner Borza & Asociatii.

We are delighted to reward the pupils that developed, for almost 6 months, with so much ambition and determination, their career plan and showed us the huge potential they have to achieve performance on professional level. We were impressed by the seriousness they had in answering to our challenge to draft their career start. We hope that participating to this competition was an useful experience from which all participants had something to learn and, moreover, a start point on the road they chose professionally. We congratulate all the ones that entered the competition and we wish them to further follow their dreams at least with the same determination they showed to us until now

Mihaela Stanoiu

Marketing Manager Samsung Electronics Romania.

This year’s edition of Trends of Tomorrow educational campaign started with a caravan in 18 colleges in Bucharest, Brasov, Iasi, Timisoara and Cluj-Napoca, made with support from Romanian Education, Research, Youth and Sport Ministry.

An important component of this year’s competition was the online one, with participants entering the contest by taking a short personality test – that reached to over 29,000 young people – available on company’s Facebook page .