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Team France Export in Singapore: first meeting between the Embassy of France in Singapore, the French Chamber of Commerce in Singapore and Business France to celebrate the public-private service concession

Mr Pascal Lambert, President of the French Chamber of Commerce in Singapore (FCCS), member of Team France Export since January 1st 2019, met with H.E. Mr. Marc Abensour, Ambassador of France to Singapore and Christophe Lecourtier, CEO of Business France to celebrate the implementation of the Team France Export public service concession.

Dispositif Team France Export à Singapour : l’Ambassade de France, la Chambre de Commerce Française à Singapour et Business France se réunissent pour célébrer la mise en œuvre de la concession de service public

Membre de la Team France Export depuis le 1er janvier 2019, la Chambre de Commerce Française à Singapour (FCCS), représentée par son Président Monsieur Pascal Lambert, a rencontré S.E Marc Abensour, Ambassadeur de France à Singapour, et Christophe Lecourtier, Directeur général de Business France, à l’occasion d’une cérémonie célébrant la mise en œuvre de la concession public.

Sodexo Unveils Top Trends Poised to Disrupt the Education Space

Sodexo, world leader of quality of life services, released its 2018 Sodexo University Trends Report: Five Trends Set to Impact the Student Journey and Campus. Drawing on insight from a panel of leading higher education experts as well as Sodexo’s experience providing services to 700 universities globally, it delivers key trends shaping the student journey and the campus experience, and how universities can and should be responding.

2019 Global Talent Competitiveness Index: Nurturing entrepreneurial talent identified as key to the competitiveness of nations and cities

  • Entrepreneurial talent has become a key differentiator in relative talent competitiveness
  • Talent still drawn to small, high-income economies and the United States
  • Washington, DC is the top performer in the cities’ ranking
  • Five-year analysis shows talent gap widening between unequal economies