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PGC Shortlisted For International Trade Award

PGC Shortlisted For International Trade Award

PGC has been shortlisted for Business Insider Magazine’s first International Trade Awards.

Twenty-seven Midlands organisations were shortlisted for awards across nine categories by an independent panel of judges, which met last week. The intention of these awards is to celebrate and promote international trade in the Midlands and encourage the region’s drive for excellence and achievement in exporting and in attracting inward investment.

PGC is one of three finalists in the “Trade Services” category of the awards, with the winner set to be announced at a prestigious dinner at the National Motorcycle Museum on July 12. The invited audience will be hearing from two of the country’s most influential people in international trade: Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya, founder of the Warwickshire Manufacturing Group and widely regarded as the negotiator who secured Jaguar Land Rover’s future with Tata and Crispin Simon, Managing Director of UKTI's Trade Development Group.

Kurt Jacobs, editor of Midlands Business Insider said: “We received some very strong entries such as PGC for these awards, which goes to show how seriously overseas trade is now being taken.” “With economic growth in emerging markets far outstripping those closer to home, our shortlisted companies are stealing a march on their competitors by seeking international business opportunities.”

Andrew Guy, Co-founder of PGC, commented: “PGC is delighted to have been shortlisted. Our international capability has been greatly enhanced since we became the UK firm of the Executive Search Group, Friisberg & Partners International. PGC remains independent and a highly-regarded firm in the UK Executive Search market, but through our Partners in Friisberg, we can now offer our UK clients detailed knowledge of and access to executive talent wherever they do business. Similarly, inward investors benefit from PGC’s market insights, recruitment expertise and best practice when appointing local executives and senior management for their UK operations.”

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