Award for ready2plugin at Intersolar

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And the winner is: ready2plugin. It worked out. After the finalists, we also made it into the winner's circle of the Smarter e Awards. 3 days of trade fair in Munich. Great.

The bad thing about suits is not the suits but the leather shoes.

At least at trade fairs. Even days after the fair, the feet still hurt.

Intersolar, Europe's largest trade fair for the solar industry, opened its doors in Munich from 20 to 22 June. We were able to present ready2plugin to the interested public at the aleo stand.

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readytoplugin mit seinen Ausstellungsprodukten auf dem Stand von aleo.

After the efforts of the last few weeks, we were ready on the dot and our shipping company delivered on time. Super. Thank you, team. Thank you.

On the first day of the fair we were especially nervous, because in the afternoon the smarter E Award ceremony took place. As finalists, there was definitely a chance that we would "shoot" the award. We left the booth to the left and moved to the neighboring hall in full occupation. Although the time between the beginning and the awarding of the first prizes was understandably short on the clock, these moments seemed eternal to us. The fact that we were then also the first to receive the prize, surprised us a lot. #yeah :)

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Den Award in den Händen halten. Ein quaderförmiger Glas-"Pokal

The work has paid off. The industry appreciated the work. Later, the small start-up was on the winner's logo wall next to the big ones in the industry. That was also a very nice feeling.

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