European Business Awards Sponsored by RSM, Announce the Best Businesses in France at Exclusive Event in Paris (2)

Publicado 20/03/2018 9:02:03CET

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Founder Patrons: 

The four Founder Patrons are AirX, Megazyme, Alpha Trains Group and Remedica; all members of the European Business Awards community. These successful businesses are gleaming examples of the Awards' core values: Success, Innovation and Ethics. Through patronage, they help to foster and create more successful companies and business communities in Europe. For more information about the founder patrons please visit: https://www.businessawardseurope.com/patrons

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CONTACT: For further press information or for case studies/interviews,please contact: EBA: Emma Cozens at the European Business Awards on+44(0)207-234-3544 or email emma.cozens@businessawardseurope.com;grace.harley@businessawardseurope.comRSM: Gillian Hawkes at the RSM Executive Office - gillian.hawkes@rsm.global

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