Sepura appoints Group Se7en Events

Group Se7en has organised a gala dinner in Paris for digital radio company Sepura.

The Palace Elysee hosted Sepura's gala dinner in Paris, organised by Group Se7en
The Palace Elysee hosted Sepura's gala dinner in Paris, organised by Group Se7en

Sepura's gala dinner took place at the Palace Elysee for 150 of its partners in Paris last week during the Critical Communications World 2013, which was held at Paris Nord Villepinte.

Sepura is a global company that specialises in Tetra digital radio products for a range of industries. 

Group Se7en was approached to organise the event based on its knowledge and contacts in Paris, says account manager Lindsay Jameson. She said: "The evening was a great opportunity for networking and building on existing relationships while in a fabulous location and sampling excellent French cuisine.

"We have seen an increase in events in Paris in 2013. It is always a popular destination, particularly with our UK clients, with the Eurostar making it one of the most accessible cities. Despite it being a destination that may have been used previously, the draw to come back doesn’t falter."

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