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Project KEI

Project KEI stands for Knowledge and Innovation within Embrace. We started this special Knowledge and Innovation process to work in an innovative way to improve business processes.

Improved business processes

These improved business processes are developed and anchored in Embrace's business philosophy. Something that is of great added value for a rapidly growing and changing company like ours.

The knowledge translates into concrete terms in the areas of business strategy, operations, HR, finance & control, but also into cooperation and knowledge exchange within the departments. The knowledge gained, is transferred to everyone in the organization, which should ensure a cultural change that affects everyone.

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