Hans & Associés wins gold

Hans & Associes

On the 3rd January 2016, Hans & Associés, a French GGI member with over 20 accounting offices in the east of France, was recognised at the French Marketing and Communication (MarCom) Awards for Accountancy Professionals on account of various different events and initiatives to celebrate its 30th birthday.

The group organised several events for staff and customers throughout the last year, its 30th year, with the help of its communications subsidiary Wooz’Up:

–     A video recounting the history of the group using motion design

–     A book describing the careers of 30 distinguished entrepreneurs

–     Customer events organised by most of the offices

–     An event to bring together all of the staff

–     Goodies (pens, glass cloth, USB keys)

Hans & Associés is extremely honoured to announce it was awarded the Gold Award in the Corporate Event category at the annual Marketing and Communication Awards for Accountancy Professionals.

The award was presented to René Hans, President of the Group in addition to Stéphanie Grotzinger and Roxane Weiss, founders of communications subsidiary Wooz’Up, during a ceremony at the headquarters of leading French business newspapers Les Echos in Paris.


GGI member firm

Hans & Associés

Belfort, Bollwiller, Colmar, Exincourt, Guebwiller, Kientzheim, Molsheim, Mulhouse, Rambouillet, Sausheim, Strasbourg – Schiltigheim, Strasbourg Alsec, Sélestat, France

Advisory, Auditing & Accounting, Corporate Finance, Fiduciary & Estate Planning, Tax

René Hans

E: r.hans@hans-associes.fr

W: http://www.hans-associes.fr/home-en.html

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