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The Farmand Prize 2017

The Farmand Prize (“Best annual report”) is a the most prestigious award for annual reports in Norway, and has been awarded every year since its creation in 1955.

Winners

Geelmuyden Kiese and Pensjonskassen for helseforetakene i hovedstadsområdet (PKH) won bronze for best annual report in the category public business at this year’s “Farmand Prize”.

The Farmand Prize (“Best annual report”) is a the most prestigious award for annual reports in Norway, and has been awarded every year since its creation in 1955. The Farmand Prize “Best website” was first awarded in 2006, and has thereafter been awarded annually. All who submits their annual report or website to the competition receives an evaluation of their own report or website, in addition, they are automatically included in the competition for the Farmand Prize who nominates the top five, and awards the three best annual reports and websites. The Farmand Prizes (“Best annual report” and “Best website”) are awarded once a year. The purpose of both awards is to inspire to better the quality of annual reports and websites.  All companies, public businesses and other players who publish an annual report or have a website can participate in one or both competitions.