Long-term client ECTRIMS wins IAPCO Regional Client Award 2017

by | Feb 28, 2018 | Blog

We are proud to announce that our client ECTRIMS has been chosen as the winner of the IAPCO Regional Client Award, during the IAPCO Annual Meeting & General Assembly 2018 in Tokyo. We had nominated ECTRIMS for the award in order to express our gratitude for the many years of great collaboration. Since 2003, we are ECTRIMS’s Core PCO and organise their annual meeting. The successful relationship has developed from a small organisation with a meeting of a few hundred persons to over 10’000 delegates in 2017, various smaller meetings during the year and a lively society that runs fellowship programmes and actively engages with numerous stakeholders.

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