Breakit Saas Company of the year 2021

September 13, 2021

Quizrr nominated as Saas Company of the year 2021 by Breakit among over 200 applicants.

Breakit is Swedens biggest news outlet when it comes to start-ups, tech and more. This year over 200 companies applied and it's exciting to see that the jury believes Quizrr has a unique value proposition in enabling companies to advance their sustainability efforts in their supply chain. Learn more about the event and the award show in article below. The winner will be announced on October 13th.

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