Explore Issue 01 of EME Outlook Magazine, the B2B magazine for Europe and the Middle East.

Latest 01 Corporate Stories

PR Marriott Drilling : Your Partner for Drilling Solutions

With operations in Europe, Central America and Africa, PR Marriott Drilling Group are well on their way to achieving their company mission.

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AmpControl UK : Always in Control

For just under 100 years, Ampcontrol UK have been at the forefront of bespoke engineering for hazardous environments.

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C&C Group Plc : Raise your glasses

C&C Group have developed a multi-beverage model that is true to their ethos of being a truly local producer.

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Badel 1862 : The Spirit of Croatia

Badel 1862 have taken the best techniques from their past and merged them with current methods in order to produce spectacular drinks.

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Amrest : Everything is Possible

The long standing significance of the "Everything is Possible" mantra for AmRest emulates the entrepreneurial spirit of the company.

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Google Launches Venture Capital Fund for EU Tech Companies

Google will be launching a $100 million (£58 million) venture capital fund to invest in promising European technology companies.

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Italy’s GTECH to buy IGT for $6.4 Billion

GTECH, Italy's lottery operator, said it will buy Las Vegas-based slot machine maker International Game Technology (IGT) for $4.7 billion.

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Cost of Living in UK Rises, Affects Young People

Young Britons have been hit hardest by the rise in cost of living, says a report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).

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Tesco Chief Exec to Step Down

Britain's biggest retailer, Tesco, have announced that Chief Executive Philip Clarke will step down in the later part of 2014.

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BSkyB in £5 Billion Deal to Create Sky Europe

BSkyB is paying £4.9bn to take over Rupert Murdoch's pay TV companies in Germany and Italy after some record viewing figures.

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