Gazelles Ambassador for Small Businesses: ADS H24, beautiful diversity - Companies

Gazelles Ambassador for Small Businesses: ADS H24, beautiful diversity – Companies

ADS H24 dominates a ranking where the Gazelles are evenly distributed over all the Walloon provinces. Only Luxembourg is missing.

With ADS H24, the Principality achieves the winning trifecta of this 21st edition of the Gazelles by winning in the three categories. And here too, like the medium-sized companies, it is a woman from Liège who takes the place of a woman from Liège, in this case Mertens-Mathy crowned last year but who has completely disappeared from our rankings this year. An absence, alas, logical because this company active in events was hit hard by the health crisis in 2020. Mertens-Mathy was in fact almost unable to work, the events in which she collaborates having been greatly reduced, or even simply cancelled. Our winner, active in breakdown assistance, has on the other hand recorded strong progress since 2016. Last year, she was in great demand following the floods which devastated the Vesdre valley… and which also directly affected her. , its head office located in Chênée having been damaged.

Like last year, there is a strong renewal in the ranking since only a Gazelle is still present for this edition. This is Tigris Building Solutions, a building materials wholesaler for finishing, which rose slightly from 12th to 10th place. As for the new Gazelles, they are characterized by completely different trades but also by a good distribution over the whole of Wallonia, with the exception of Luxembourg. There are indeed 7 women from Liège, 5 from Hainuyères, 4 from Namur and 4 from Brabant. Figures to be compared with the 2021 vintage where two provinces monopolized the entire ranking: Liège (13) and Hainaut (7). While they are still dominating this year, we are seeing other provinces emerge as well as a few companies that are highlighting certain trends.

Among these, let us highlight the regular and solid development of more local and sustainable food production, illustrated here with Paysans-Artisans. A cooperative of producers and consumers based in Floreffe, it supports small farmers and small craftsmen by marketing the fruit of the work of more than 100 small producers in around ten communes in Namur. As part of a sustainable transition that percolates gently, it clearly displays its objectives to change the way of production, reinvent the economy, regain autonomy and meaning in work. In another register, let us underline the good health of e-commerce, which can appear in many respects contradictory with sustainability, with the Castellobrainoise Brain e-Log which provides the logistics of online sales sites. Finally, let’s point out two developments in the food sector: the progression of halal with the El Kahina butcher’s shop in Herstal and the undeniable enthusiasm for exotic cuisines with the aptly named Montoise Asia in Tik.

With ADS H24, the Principality achieves the winning trifecta of this 21st edition of the Gazelles by winning in the three categories. And here too, like the medium-sized companies, it is a woman from Liège who takes the place of a woman from Liège, in this case Mertens-Mathy crowned last year but who has completely disappeared from our rankings this year. An absence, alas, logical because this company active in events was hit hard by the health crisis in 2020. Mertens-Mathy was in fact almost unable to work, the events in which she collaborates having been greatly reduced, or even simply cancelled. Our winner, active in breakdown assistance, has on the other hand recorded strong progress since 2016. Last year, she was in great demand following the floods which devastated the Vesdre valley… and which also directly affected her. , its head office located in Chênée having been damaged. Like last year, we note a strong renewal in the classification since only one Gazelle is still present for this edition. This is Tigris Building Solutions, a building materials wholesaler for finishing, which rose slightly from 12th to 10th place. As for the new Gazelles, they are characterized by completely different trades but also by a good distribution over the whole of Wallonia, with the exception of Luxembourg. There are indeed 7 women from Liège, 5 from Hainuyères, 4 from Namur and 4 from Brabant. Figures to be compared with the 2021 vintage where two provinces monopolized the entire ranking: Liège (13) and Hainaut (7). While they are still dominating this year, however, we are seeing other provinces emerge as well as a few companies highlighting certain trends. Peasants-Artisans. A cooperative of producers and consumers based in Floreffe, it supports small farmers and small craftsmen by marketing the fruit of the work of more than 100 small producers in around ten communes in Namur. As part of a sustainable transition that percolates gently, it clearly displays its objectives to change the way of production, reinvent the economy, regain autonomy and meaning in work. In another register, let us underline the good health of e-commerce, which can appear in many respects contradictory with sustainability, with the Castellobrainoise Brain e-Log which provides the logistics of online sales sites. Finally, let’s point out two developments in the food sector: the progression of halal with the El Kahina butcher’s shop in Herstal and the undeniable enthusiasm for exotic cuisines with the aptly named Montoise Asia in Tik.

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