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16 May 2014
The EPV Label is the national winner for the 2014 European Enterprise Promotion Award The Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (Living Heritage Company) Label has been selected on the French national level to participate in the 2014 European Enterprise Promotion Awards. Created by the European Commission in 2005, this award annually rewards the best policies and practices in the field of entrepreneurship and support to businesses in Europe.
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30 April 2014
The “Cabinet de Curiosités EPV” presented at French May in Hong Kong From 29 May to 7 June 2014, EPVs (Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivant – Living Heritage Companies) will exhibit their products at a “Cabinet de Curiosité EPV” at the IFC (International Finance Centre) in Hong Kong as part of French May. Decoration, arts of the table, gastronomy, fashion, jewellery... so many facets that are representative of French excellence.
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29 April 2014
The EPV Label at the international seminar on intangible cultural heritage in Pau As part of the international seminar "Intangible Cultural Heritage – from Inventory to Governance" organised in Pau from 15 to 17 May 2014, the Institut Supérieur des Métiers (ISM) was invited to showcase the EPV (Living Heritage Company) label. It will be presented at a roundtable on "Intangible Cultural Heritage and Territorial Policies" on Saturday, 17 May.
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02 April 2014
Consult the practical guide to selling your fashion, luxury or craft SME Making a diagnosis, valuing your business, deciding on a transfer method, choosing a successor, negotiating the sale, etc. These topics are all addressed in the Guide pratique du cédant, produced by the Paris Chamber of Commerce (CCI Paris) with support from the French Directorate-General for Competitiveness, Industry and Services (DGCIS). The guide is the culmination of the business transfer support programme for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises in the fashion, luxury and craft sector, of which the ISM was a partner for EPV-labelled companies.
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