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“Building engineering education community in Europe for 45 years” is the title of the SEFI Annual Report 2017-2018.
SEFI is a non-profit international organisation acknowledged as the most extensive network of engineering education players in Europe active since 1973.
SEFI’s members are institutions of higher engineering education, rectors, deans, professors, students, but also companies and other international associations and societies involved in the field.
The mission of SEFI is to contribute to the development and the improvement of engineering education in Europe, to emphasise the need for and to strengthen the image of both engineering education and engineering education professionals in society.
SEFI is committed to diversity, equality and inclusion within the engineering education community. SEFI is continually reviewing its policies and practices to fulfil this commitment and to ensure that it influences SEFI’s activities and liaisons.
The SEFI Annual Report 2017-2018 is the result of a close collaboration between the SEFI communication team and Page in extremis.
Based in Brussels, the communication agency, Page in extremis can help you define the essence of your brand and formulate its differences in a very positive relationship with its environment and all its stakeholders.
Page in extremis has over 25 years experience in guiding organisations on the road to defining and articulating their uniqueness. The multidisciplinary communication agency team translates your organisation core idea into brilliant and adequate visual systems.
Page in extremis builds brands and strengthens the reputation of Global Organisations, European Associations and leading Corporations.
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Did you know that the GS1 system of standards spans more than 20 industry sectors, over a million companies in 150 countries?
With this latest edition of the GS1 Healthcare Reference Book, stories shared by healthcare stakeholders —from every part of the supply chain and from every continent— point to some significant developments.
One can see the worldwide movement of using GS1 standards to help solve some of healthcare’s toughest challenges. GS1 global standards are becoming ONE language of choice for supply chain management and electronic commerce in healthcare. Their implementation improves patient safety, patient compliance and supports electronic health records.
GS1 global standards ensure compatibility and interoperability of supply chain solutions, not only within an organisation but also within a country, region, and across sectors and borders.
GS1 is a not-for-profit, global standards organisation with nearly 40 years’ experience in supply chain optimisation.
The GS1 system of standards now spans more than 20 industry sectors, over a million companies in 150 countries and facilitates more than six billion daily transactions.
Global adoption of the GS1 system of standards undoubtedly benefits patients and industry stakeholders worldwide.
Since several years, the communication agency, Page in extremis designs and produces the GS1 Healthcare Reference Book.
Page in extremis establishes brands and strengthens the reputation of leading corporations, institutions and associations.
Page in extremis sits in Brussels. The multidisciplinary team helps you define and translate the principal messages of your organisation into brilliant visual systems.
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In the light of the #BetterLighting social media campaign
#BetterLighting is the main hashtag of the social media communication campaign performed by LightingEurope, the industry association that represents the lighting industry in Europe.
The campaign aims to highlight all that lighting can do – from the well-established energy savings that modern lighting technologies offer, to the less widely known benefits of the non-visual aspects of lighting.
Lighting is more than enabling vision.
Lighting influences our mood and sleeping rhythm. It is responsible to a large extent for our appreciation of our surroundings.
The step from “conventional” lighting to digital LED-technology opens a new world of opportunities, based on lighting systems, providing lighting management capabilities, dynamic light, analysis of collected data and many more.
Intelligent lighting systems can change the spectrum and the intensity of the light adapting it to the human needs and tasks to be performed. Lighting systems also react instantly to user needs, thereby reducing energy consumption.
Besides considering the visual needs for lighting and energy efficiency, the biological and emotional effects of light for the human being must also be optimised. Human Centric Lighting supports
LightingEurope is the voice of more than 1000 lighting companies who employ more than 100000 people over Europe. LightingEurope’s daily mission is to advocate and defend the lighting industry in Brussels while reconciling it with ongoing EU policy aims. In doing so, the organisation is dedicated to promoting efficient lighting practices for the benefit of the global environment, human comfort and the health and safety of consumers.
LightingEurope has gathered facts and figures from studies spanning various disciplines.
The integrated communication campaign is designed in several stages. In the first phase, a Web platform —valueoflighting.eu— is developed as a central point of information. Then the campaign’s messages are spread over several social media among them Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, Google+, and Youtube. Other developments will be implemented later. Keep following us to keep track of it.
The social media campaign #BetterLighting is the result of the collaboration between the LightingEurope’s leadership team and the creative team of the communication agency Page in extremis.
The Communication Agency Page in extremis is delighted to benefit from the repeated trust of LightingEurope for several years.
Located in Brussels, Page in extremis is a communication partner who can help you develop your own integrated communication campaigns.
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A clear vision of what mobility will look like in 2030
Acting without a vision is like navigating without a compass, you are likely to turn in circles!
On the contrary, “the ERTICO Partnership has a clear vision for mobility in 2030: seamless, greener, safer, cross-border, digital, and inclusive” specified Mr Jacob Bangsgaard, ERTICO Chief Executive Officer.
The transport sector is currently facing some significant challenges when it comes to population growth, increasing urbanisation, growing of transport demand and climate change.
In their publication "Vision 2030, Advancing Smart Mobility Together”, the ERTICO Chief Executive Officer, highlights that “these (challenges) can be overcome only with a holistic approach, which brings together all the players involved in the production of transport and mobility services”.
ERTICO’s Vision 2030 looks at the policy scenarios and technology currently available as well as forecasting future development of those technologies and predicting their impact on mobility in 2030.
The ERTICO Partnership —120 public and private organisations— has entrusted the communication agency Page in extremis with the design and development of their Vision 2030’s publication. The result is a concise and attractive brochure made within an intimate creative dialogue framework involving the Belgian communication agency’s creative team and the ERTICO’s communication team.
Page in extremis has extensive expertise in how to communicate your strategic vision. The communication agency stimulates your brand and develops your percussive digital and classic media.
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Committed to Europe - Agenda for Action 2019-2024
Aggregate US investment in Europe totalled €2 trillion in 2017 and directly sustains more than 4.7 million jobs. Across Europe, American companies play a crucial role in supporting and ensuring the prosperity of local communities, which together contribute to making a stronger EU that continues to be a powerful innovation hub and preferred investment destination.
With sustained focus, Europe can remain one of the most attractive regions in the world to do business, but also one of the best places to live, study, work and raise a family.
The publication Agenda for Action 2019-2024 outlines the four priority areas AmCham EU believes should drive the political agenda over the next five years: empowering people, boosting the Single Market, leading global cooperation and investing in the future.
AmCham EU speaks for American companies committed to Europe on trade, investment and competitiveness issues. It aims to ensure a growth-orientated business and investment climate in Europe.
AmCham EU facilitates the resolution of transatlantic issues that impact business and plays a role in creating a better understanding of EU
and US positions on business matters.
Agenda for Action 2019-2024 is the result of the collaboration between the AmCham EU communication unit and the creative team of Page in extremis.
The Communication Agency Page in extremis is delighted to benefit from the repeated trust of AmCham EU.
Located in Brussels, Page in extremis is a communication partner who delivers your messages into innovative communication media.
The agency offers you specialised services going from corporate and institutional branding to the development of digital and classic media.