It was very interesting to discover that I naturally did some good things. Also a few not so good things.
It is an honor to represent employers in this court.
On the 1st of January 2020 , it will increase from 10.03€ gross per hour to 10.15€ gross.
For a full-time employee, this means a 1539.42€ monthly gross. This comes to an average net of 1218.60€ before the withholding of income tax.
The event took place at the #irish #embassy. Her Excellency Mrs. Patricia O’Brien did the opening speech and took the opportunity praise the good and growing relation ship between #france and #ireland.
Then the party started.
The guest list was impressive (over 100 people), you will understand that I can’t name everyone.
It was a lovely evening and this year’s first Christmas tree.
Best wishes to all of you.
If I had to be honest, I would say that I just discovered what C&B truly was. These talks were way over my pay grade (in this domain).
However, what I learned now allows me to understand some of the needs of my clients.
I was a very instructive morning.
I was surprised to notice that I was a slow thinker.
Thank you to Jonathan C. Cooper for setting this up (I hope the picture suites you this time) and to the sponsors the Franco-British Chamber of Commerce & Industry, The Spectrum IFA Group, the IOD, the Department for International Trade (DIT) and ABAF.
It was very interesting to compare how we get in touch with our prospect. LinkedIn and social media definitely the place to be. However, I was amazed to learn that cold phoning still has a 4% reach.
Were present, Josette Quiniou, Annabelle Gauberti, Guillaume O’Lanyer, Francois DECOCK, Stephanie Frackowiak, Robin Young, Stéphane Lorey, Eliot James Corron, Jeremy Durack, Luis Wolff Kono, Olivia Bédier, Derek Ferguson…
Unfortunately, we were too numerous to tag everyone to this post. My apologies to those I could not add to this post.
The event took place at the Australian embassy in #Paris.
His excellency Brendan Berne was present and answered question form the panel experts.
The theme was Australian infrastructure. The speakers were Robert Clarke from Corrs Chambers Westgarth, Jean-philippe Trin from Bouygues Construction, Salim Bensmail from John Laing, Arabella Rothwell from the Victorian Government and Keirra Smith from the New South Wales Government Australia.
The conversation was fascinating. I knew #Australia was big. I never figured it was this huge. I guest you have to see it to understand it.
Maybe I should emigrate?
Were also presents my friends from the Franco-British Chamber of Commerce & Industry and my colleague from Your Experts in France.
It was very interesting to learn more about the Scots.
I hope I can join GlobalScot to keep learning more about this country I barely know.
The main theme of this “matinale” was the #genderequality in French companies and the related administrative and informative work.
I should be used to it by now, but the French administration never seas to amaze me by the depth of it complexity.
Hopefully, you have experts to deal with it.
It was very instructive morning, but a little depressing.