KOTINOS international award with the collaboration of Philinathropy International Organisation a member of united Nation Global Compact and Saned International Organisation aimed to support certain businesses and personalities in different fields, this is how the award was well known worldwide.

Celebrate and recognise the very best operators in the businesses . The Awards are the only accolades open to every professional personality and best businesses internationaly.

This year we are back with 22 categories aimed at any successful organisation to tell their story story to a regional audience, regardless of their size or industry, through the most prestigious awards programme.



The olive wreath also known as kotinos (Greek: κότινος), was the prize for the winner at the ancient Olympic Games. It was a branch of the wild olive tree[2] that grew at Olympia, intertwined to form a circle or a horse-shoe. The branches of the sacred wild-olive tree near the temple of Zeus were cut by a “pais amfithalis” (a boy whose parents were both alive) with a pair of golden scissors. Then he took them to the temple of Hera and placed them on a gold-ivory table. From there, the Hellanodikai (the judges of the Olympic Games) would take them, make the wreaths and crown the winners of the Games.
Now we are re-writing the history by awarding the best of the best in their specialties ,the winners will be chosen according nominations and qualifications .


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