Koç Holding continues to be the only Turkish company on the “Fortune Global 500” list (the 217th largest according to the 2012 financial results).
Koç Holding was named as “Most Admired Company” in the world in the energy sector in Fortune’s 2013 rankings.
Koç Group remains Turkey’s largest industrial group. According to the Istanbul Chamber of Industry’s “Turkey’s Top 500 Industrial Enterprises 2012” ranking, five of the top ten companies are Koç Group companies.
Four of the top ten companies in the Turkish Exporters’ Assembly’s ranking of the “Top 1,000 Exporters of Turkey” in 2012 are Koç Group companies (1st, 2nd, 5th and 6th).
Koç Holding is one of only three Turkish companies on the Boston Consulting Group’s (BCG) “2013 BCG 100: Rising Stars” list.
Koç Holding was listed among the world’s top companies by R&D investment according to the “EU Industrial R&D Investment Scoreboard” for eight consecutive years ranking 614th place in 2013. Of the five Turkish companies on the list, two are Koç Group companies.
Koç Family was honored with one of the most prestigious international awards of its kind, the Andrew Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy for their philanthropic contributions to society.
Koç Holding’s “For My Country Project–Donate Your Status” social media application garnered two awards at the Farmaskop National Health Communication Awards: The Best Corporate Responsibility Campaign and The Best Disability Awareness Campaign.
Koç Holding received the Corporate Social Responsibility Communication of the Year award at the European Digital Communication Awards 2012, organized by Berlin-based Quadriga University. The award was given for the Holding’s “The High Schools Compete with Vocations” contest held as part of the “Vocational Education - a Crucial Matter for the Nation” project.
“The High Schools Compete with Vocations” project won the Gold Mixx award in 2013 in Turkey in the Social Marketing category at the Mixx (Marketing and Interactive Excellence) Awards, an international digital creativity and interactive marketing competition.
“The High Schools Compete with Vocations” project garnered first place in three categories at the MediaCat Felis Awards - Target Audience Children and Youth (5-18 years old), Corporate Image and Information, and Philanthropic Institutions, Public Health/Public Awareness-Raising Messages.
“The High Schools Compete with Vocations” project garnered first place in the Target Audience - Community Loyalty category of the DP Awards held by the Direct Marketing Communicators Association.
Koç Holding won the Gold Mixx in the Social Marketing, Viral, WOMM category and Bronze Mixx awards in two categories, Brand Awareness Positioning and Viral category, at the Mixx Awards, one of the most prestigious competitions of the digital world, for its “10 November” communication campaign it prepared in 2013. Thereby, it received awards in all the categories to which it applied.