Bruno Landsberg gets TAU prize

The prize is given each year in recognition of accomplishments within the fields of economics, technology and research and development in Israel.

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May 10, 2007 07:11

 
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Sano founder and chairman of Sano Bruno's Enterprises Ltd., Bruno Landsberg, has been named as the recipient of Tel Aviv University's prestigious Hugo Ramniceanu Prize in Economics, which will be awarded Friday, within the framework of the university's annual meeting of its Board of Governors. The prize is given each year in recognition of accomplishments within the fields of economics, technology and research and development in Israel. Hugo Ramniceanu, the donor of the prize, is a highly successful industrialist, who contributes generously to many causes in Israel. Landsberg immigrated to Israel from his native Romania in 1952, and after working for several years in the accounts department of Rafael, established Sano, a company now known for its wide range of cleaning products, in 1959.

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