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Max Lami Skate Wear Clothing Announces Pop-up Shops

Press release July 18, 2017
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Following its launch this month, new skate wear brand Max Lami Clothing is announcing plans for pop up stores across the city this autumn, with the first to open in London’s vibrant town of Camden.


Press release June 6, 2017 The Seahorse® platform has been designed to generate error-free and fully validated XBRL reports under Solvency II regulation

parsionate successfully completes MBO and funding round

Press release May 26, 2017
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As part of a management buyout, parsionate’s management team and two commercial investors acquired RS Media Group AG’s shares of the Stuttgart-based Omnichannel expert.

Hanover Merchant Capital is pleased to announce it will be attending Aquatech Amsterdam 2017

Press release April 5, 2017 Invest in future with Hanover Merchant Capital

Profitable Scandinavian production

Press release April 4, 2017
The textile industry is often critically referred to: fainting women in Bangladesh and unethical labour conditions. The clothing brand ISAY chose to rethink and locate their material production in Scandinavia.

Spreading a green world with vegan butter

Press release April 3, 2017
Naturli’ Foods has developed a completely new vegan butter product
Naturli’ Foods in Denmark is ready for the international launch of its new plant-based organic spread, which can take the place of butter on the breakfast table. It has just won the World Food Innovation Award 2017 in the organic category.

Aegion Corporation has acquired Berotech A/S

Press release March 31, 2017
Insituform takes a big step in Scandinavia

Scandinavian trend: Balance board can eliminate public health threat

Press release March 27, 2017
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Sedentary work is an imminent health threat in society today, and as a result, many Brits suffer from back and neck pain. A new Scandinavian trend, standing on a balance board, improves our efficiency and posture while working.