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06 April 2017
The DGE/Business France export partnership for EPVs has been renewed The export agreement to promote Living Heritage Companies (EPV) signed between the French General Directorate for Enterprise (DGE) and Business France, the French agency that promotes companies’ international development, has been renewed. Highlights on the programme for EPVs in 2017 include product presentations in Singapore and Jeddah, the arrival of foreign influencers to trade fairs (Révélations and the International Cultural Heritage Trade Fair), along with export training.
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05 April 2017
The Living Heritage Companies at the Grand Palais for the Révélations trade fair From 3 to 8 May 2017, the Révélations trade fair, the biennale for artistic craftsmanship and design, opens its doors at the Grand Palais for its third year. Many of the Living Heritage Companies, an indispensable address book for lovers of exceptional know-how, will be attending this event dedicated to contemporary design.
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29 March 2017
Take a look behind the scenes of labelled companies at the European Artistic Crafts Days The 11th edition of the European Artistic Crafts Days will run from 31 March to 2 April 2017. The purpose of these annual open days, held simultaneously in a large number of European countries, is to promote the artistic crafts sector in France and abroad. They are an opportunity for many outstanding EPV-labelled companies to open their doors to the public for three days.
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24 March 2017
29-30 March 2017: find Living Heritage Companies (EPV) at the Made in France Première Vision trade fair The Made in France Première Vision trade fair will be held at the Carreau du Temple in Paris on 29 and 30 March 2017. Some fifteen Living Heritage Companies will be exhibiting, presenting their know-how, and the EPV label will welcome you at a dedicated stand. This trade fair looks to gather together the French textile/clothing sector and showcase all of France’s areas of production: raw materials, accessories, finishing, clothing manufacture & knitting, etc.
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