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2019 Summer Barbecue

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To celebrate such a successful H1 of 2019, Sigmar held its annual Summer BBQ in Nolita Dublin. All regional offices from around the nation came together to catch up on the last six successful months.

The day was full of terrible shirts and bright smiles as highly achieving consultants were given the fruits of their labour. Overall 13 consultants were promoted for outstanding work with 12 consultants being rewarded for their ongoing succesful contribution to the business. 

A well deserved day out for the company to celebrate H1 and kick off H2!


Posted by Adam Dunne on 18 July 2019

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