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IFLN focuses on the future

IFLN welcomed more than 300 attendees at its 26th worldwide membership conference in Vienna, Austria.

Attendees, representing both the IFLN Network and its specialist IFLN Global Projects Network, heard the network's president Michel Vanlerberghe emphasise the importance of partnership, integration and specialisation to the group’s ongoing success.

IFLN said that it is working to ensure that it continues to grow organically by attracting potential members that are primary players in their respective field of operations. The network added that it remains an innovative alliance providing global coverage through its carefully managed selection of new members.

IFLN Global Projects network will continue to expand alongside IFLN Network, enabling its specialised project forwarding members to work closely together to pursue global turnkey projects.

The former now has twice as many members as it did at last year’s annual conference in Montreal, Canada.

www.ifln.net

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