Work in progress on the nominations for BOND STREET AWARDS 2017 that will take a place on December 7 in London at Amba Hotel – Marble Arch.
The Awards are an International recognition to companies and entrepreneurs whose business culture corresponds to the highest ethical and professional standards and have distinguished themselves by intuition and skills, managements, development, innovation and research.
During the last event, CIPNES, the North East Sardinian Industry Consortium, presented the “INSULA” project, a territorial marketing platform aimed at gathering, innovating and internationalizing the agribusiness production chain, the fishing industry and crafts of excellence. Representing the Consortium at the event were Aldo Carta and Massimo Masia, respectively CIPNES General Manager and Project Manager.
The British government’s key Brexit red lines – controlling EU immigration, ending the jurisdiction of the European court of justice, calling time on further big EU budget contributions – are by now well known, set out first in speeches by Theresa May and later confirmed in a government white paper.
But what of the EU’s red lines? Here we map the concerns, priorities and demands of each of the UK’s 27 negotiating partners. Some are shared, more or less, by all; others are strictly national. All will play a part in the deal Britain gets – because Brexit also means what the EU27 want it to mean.