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Cross-Cultural Quiz Evening - SOLD OUT

 

GENERAL INFORMATION


 

Date: Thursday 14 January, 19.00-22.30
Where: PwC's Embankment Place Offices
Cost: £80+VAT per person; £800+VAT for a table of 10
Sponsored by PwC

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For further information, please contact Cécilia Gonzalez on cgonzalez@ccfgb.co.uk or 0207 092 6642.

Cancellations for our Cross Cultural Quiz Evening will only be accepted if received in writing, at the latest, two weeks before the event is due to take place. All fees are forfeited thereafter.

 

Take part in the quiz and test your knowledge of Franco-British topics  
Join us for a cross-cultural evening of exchange and participation as we meet for dinner and take part in a quiz on French and British topics, habits and traditions with a focus on bridging the divide between French and British business practices. This is your chance to impress with your cultural know-how or gain a better understanding of our different cultures whilst continuing to build your network !  
ABOUT PWC
 
One firm - a powerhouse of a commercial enterprise that does the right thing for our clients, our people and our communities.
At PwC UK, our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems.
We’re a network of firms in 157 countries with more than 208,000 people and we take cross-cultural issues seriously.
We nurture strong links with the global PwC network, through the operation of dedicated business groups around the world. We also have strategic alliances in the Middle East, CEE and Africa.
Our French Business Group, with a network of over 370 like-minded individuals in the UK alone, focusses on promoting business links between France and the United Kingdom, providing services to a large number of French and UK clients with operations, business or personal interests on both sides of the Channel.
Tell us what matters to you and find out more by visiting us at www.pwc.co.uk
 

 


2016  FRANCO-BRITISH INTERCULTURAL TROPHY sponsored by AXA  
TAKE PART NOW IN THE COMPETITION  
   
WHO SHOULD APPLY?  
If you feel that your company has made particular efforts to develop stronger ties between our two countries or to promote Franco-British cross-cultural relations, then why not take part in our competition?  
   
HOW?  

Should you wish to participate, please submit your application to Sonia Olsen before 7 January and set out, in no more than 15 lines, why you feel your company should receive this award. Traditionally, this trophy - designed by Cartier - is handed over by the winner of the previous year, which was ESCP Europe in 2015.

Past winners include: ESCP Europe (2015), Emmaus (2013), French Radio London (2012), Mazars (2011), Bouygues (2010), Cinémoi (2009), Eurostar (2008), Saint-Gobain (2007), EDF Energy (2006)

 
   
WHO CAN VOTE?  

French Chamber members can vote to decide who, in their opinion, should win this year’s trophy from the list of candidates.

BE AWARE: YOU CANNOT VOTE FOR YOUR COMPANY.

Traditionally, this trophy - designed by Cartier - is handed over by the winner of the previous year, which was ESCP Europe. If you wish to see pictures of the 2015 awards, please click here.

 

 

DISCOVER THE 2016 CANDIDATES

ABOUT AXA      

Our sponsor, AXA, is a great representative of Franco-British cross-cultural relations having established a “Vive la Différence” campaign.

“Vive la Différence” recognises and celebrates differences between French and British social and business cultures. Under three themes, Food & Wine, National Celebrations, and Language, AXA delivers an annual calendar of cultural and social events and offers discounted French language courses to employees in association with the Institut Français".

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OUR PARTNERS

We would like to thank our generous contributors for the prizes kindly offered to the winners of the Cross-Cultural Quizz Evening and the winner of the Intercultural Trophy:

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