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14 June 2019
Take part in the student photo contest: A Different Perspective on Industry The second edition of the "A Different Perspective on Industry" Industrial Photography Contest has been launched. Organised by the Encouragement Society for National Industry and its partners the EPV label, Picto, Les Gobelins, Polka Magazine, CCI, GIM (Group of Metallurgical Industries) and Studio Olivier Dassault, the theme for the prize this year is "industry serving mankind". Students, you have until 30 September 2019 to take part by entering three captioned pictures. You are invited to show boldness and creativity by freely investing in the leading locations of industry, technological excellence and French know-how!
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13 June 2019
European Heritage Days 2019: registration open As is the case every year, a large number of Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivant (EPV) companies are opening their doors, allowing as many visitors as possible to discover their expertise as part of European Heritage Days. The 36th edition will take place on 21 and 22 September 2019, around the theme "Arts and Entertainment". EPVs, you have until 5 July to register your company or workshop!
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12 June 2019
Take part in the Rendez-vous Diplomatie-Entreprises on 27 August 2019 Following the success of previous editions, the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs is renewing this year's economic speed dating meetings as part of the Conference of Ambassadors. The 5th edition of the "Rendez-vous Diplomatie-Entreprises" will take place on 27 August 2019 from 2.30 pm to 6.30 pm. It is aimed at managers and managers of French SMEs, including EPV companies, with an international development project.
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25 May 2019
Just a few more days to compete in the Prix Étienne Marcel 2019! In France, responsible entrepreneurs do not boast of their success. They communicate little about their good practices, do not know how to capitalise on them and rarely share them with the general public. SME bosses simply do not have the time, nor the networks and the resources. It is precisely to overcome these limits and because SMEs create social ties that the Etienne Marcel Prize was created.
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