Charity Project: The Improvement of Tong Pua School
15 September 2023
This year sees us continually grateful for our growth as a company. Welcoming so many new team members on board in the last few months, the expansion of our teams across all our offices world-wide has meant new physical office extensions, milestones reached (over 100 team members in Vietnam now), as well as the addition of exciting new functions and the broadening of skills with valuable CPD training. But whilst we expand globally as a company, our focus remains, as ever, laser-focused on the individual, local projects in our charge and the development of the communities we’re part of.
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All the best, Ronald De Vries, IntES General Director
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