The European Business Awards and our trumpet…

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We’re all feeling pretty pleased with ourselves here at ExP and apologies for “blowing our own trumpet” but we’ve just heard that the ExP Group were selected as a country representative in the 2011 European Business Awards, sponsored by HSBC.

This independent Awards programme is designed to recognise and promote excellence, best practice and innovation in the European business community.

The winners are selected by a 40 strong European Judging and Advisory Panel including leading politicians, academics, media owners and business luminaries.

The esteemed panel of judges were looking for organisations who exhibited innovation, business excellence and sustainability.

Thank you to the judges for selecting the ExP Group – we’re honoured (and very, very happy!)

John Casey, HSBC Head of Commercial Banking, Europe said “The European Business Awards provide a perfect opportunity to recognise the best of European business and their successes over the past twelve months. These companies have displayed an impressive ability to thrive despite challenging economic conditions, pursuing growth and creating prosperity. Their recognition is highly deserved, and through the European Business Awards their success – and the stories behind that – can be shared across the wider business community. We look forward to celebrating alongside these inspirational businesses.”

Petar Stoyanov, former President of Bulgaria, “This event inspires and stimulates European Business to reaching exacting criteria, where not only annual turnover and sales count, but also factors with high social importance – what we call business ethics.”

Many thanks to all our partners, clients, students as well as our wonderful team for their support in helping us to obtain such a prestigious achievement.

Now, where did we put that crate of champagne?

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