Sum Pharma’s Nice Office Competition 2015
In order to create a green, clean and nice workspace for the company’s staff, the Board of Directors of Sum Pharma organized Nice Office Competition 2015 from October 12th to October 15th.
With three criteria namely cleanliness, harmony and uniqueness, the Nice Office Competition found its outstanding winners, especially the “Sunflowers” of HR & Administrative Department with the first prize. The lively workspace of HR & Administrative Department in the blue wall and beautiful hand-made sunflowers made the strong impression on the Judges.
The Business Department had more “playground” than other departments because of its commodious workspace. While its “Warm Noel” with red as the main colour won the last year’s Best Office, this year, its “Green Garden” with colourful butterflies and vine only won the second prize.
“Colours of the Ocean” with lots of colourful fish – the masterpiece of the Accounting Department caused a great surprise among staff members.
“Love Seasons” of Marketing Department and “Blessing House” of Administrative Department also received nice compliments of the Judges in terms of aesthetics and uniqueness.
This year’s Nice Office Competition attracted more beautiful offices than last year’s. This is an annual competition among many activities celebrating Vietnam Women’s Day on October 20th.
Beautiful shots of the competition:
Hastily prepared for the competition
Natural green was everywhere
All offices were cleaned and had a “new appearance”
This was also a chance for the ladies to show their talents
“Sunflowers” of the HR & Administrative Department won the first prize
“Sunflowers are the symbol of endless energy and cooperative spirit; therefore, decorating the office with them will enable the staff members to work more efficiently,” said the representative of the HR & Administrative Department.
The artistic wire lighted the workspace up
Other offices filled with flowers
A poetic corner of PR Department
“Blessing House” of Sales Management Department
The Marketing Department’s Office with grass and green trees