In the presence of many well known Macedonian businessmen and representatives of the business sector in Macedonia, the monograph “60 Years Vitaminka” was promoted, dedicated to the successful story of 6 decades existence and the personal contribution of Simon Naumoski, the Head of the Board of Directors of “Vitaminka” AD Prilep and his commitment to the growth and development of the company.
The author is Tačko Lokvenec, who chronologically captured the whole development and growth of the company, as well as the important decisions for creating the most valuable national brand Vitaminka.
“My 44 years work experience at Vitaminka taught me that working carefully, with great attention and responsibility always pays off. There were different moments in my career, easy and difficult ones. But I’ve always had luck to have excellent associates, employees and colleagues who believed in decisions of the management and uncompromisingly committed themselves to their tasks, working responsibly. All these human values with the potentials and utilization of technological capacities have contributed for “Vitaminka” to become one of the most successful food production companies today – the leader on the Macedonian market and in the whole region. I can proudly say that Vitaminka AD Prilep nowadays is a true representative of quality and success”, said Simon Naumoski, Head of the Board of Directors of Vitaminka AD Prilep.
At the promotion of the monograph, the President of the Economic Chamber of Macedonia, Branko Azeski, spoke: “The success of Vitaminka is undoubtedly tied to the success of the Head of the company as a Head of the Board of Directors, who is also a brand, because of his personal development as businessman and the development of one of the most successful Macedonian companies, the leading company in the food industry that produces European quality. “
The monograph represents factographically and chronologically all structural, operational and managerial changes in the company , its innovative development, enlargement and the path toward the status of the largest confectionary manufacturer in the country.