2013, this year marked the tenth anniversary of Stago’s presence in China. As members of Stago in China, we breathe the breath of Stago in China, feeling the style of Stago in China, and embrace the elegance of Stago in China. This past decade has seen remarkable improvements in the operations and continued development of Stago in China. I believe that everyone at Stago in China takes pride in the continued development and tremendous achievements that Stago in China accomplished this past decade (2003~2013).
As they say “no pain, no gain.” In just 3,650 days, Stago in China has established a good management system and members of Stago in China are able to pull together as an extended family to fully appreciate the warmth and strength of our team.
On January 25, 2013, the tenth anniversary celebration of Stago in China was held at Beijing Yintai Hyatt Hotel. On such a memorable day, the entire staff of Stago in China and our President Mr. Lionel Viret, our Executive Director Mr. Jean Claude, and Ms. Nicola Schiegel from Stago headquarters (gathered to examine the impressive development of Stago in China over the past decade, and to gain a clear understanding of the development plan for the next five years. Each member of Stago in China is deeply inspired by such a strong sense of responsibility and mission.
During the 10th anniversary celebration, Mr. Lionel Viret, President of Stago headquarters, gave a speech in which he gave an overview of Stago in China’s successes and expressed a profound respect for the collective effort that contributed to Stago in China’s development.
General Manager of Stago in China, Mr. Philippe Barroux, who delivered his speech in Chinese, reiterated his confidence in the fantastic Stago China team and his conviction in the shared goal that Stago in China will become a leader in the China haemostasis market over next five years.
At the anniversary celebration, the members of Stago in China performed multiple awe-inspiring performances. And as an unexpected surprise, Mr. Lionel Viret, Mr. Jean Claude, and Mr. Philippe Barroux performed the unique Chinese dragon dance for Stago in China. Sand drawing performance with poetry recitation brought a nostalgic aura to the audience, emblematic of the sweat and tears, inspiring us to persevere and to embark on a new journey to explore a new field!
A 10-year recognition award was presented to Mr. Zhou Zhizhong, Mr. Xu Bin, Mr. Hu Min, Mr. Tang Qingning, by Mr. Lionel Viret, Mr. Jean Claude, Ms. Nicola Schiegel, and Mr. Philippe Barroux to show Stago in China’s appreciation for their long-term dedication and leadership. The recipients were given an opportunity to share their stories with Stago in China and they performed poetry recitation and songs for the audience so as to encourage every member to push forward and focus on Stago in China’s continued progress.
Mr. Philippe Barroux and department directors gave a special thanks to outstanding employees from each department during 2012, they are Mr. Cheng Shiping from STCCD, Miss Nina Wu from Service department, Miss Jane Li from Sales department, Miss Emma Shi from RA&QA Department, Ms.Tina Guan from HR &Admin department, Miss Zhang Hui from Finance &IT department, Mr. Guo Xin from Marketing department, Miss Fiona Zhang from Supply Chain & Manufactory department and Miss Diana Li from General Manager Office as well as the Outstanding Contribution Award: Miss Emma Shi from RA&QA Department, Ms.Tina Guan from HR &Admin department and Miss Zhang Hui from Finance &IT department. The awardees, all of whom have accomplished outstanding achievements during the past year, have set high standards for the Stago in China team and serve as exemplary role models for the future.
The Stago in China has come together for year-round successes, sowing hope in the spring, toiling the fields in the summer, harvesting the crops the autumn and winter. For the upcoming season, we harvest hope and remain willing and able to work together to progress with our strategic development goals.Let us come together to wish success to Stago in China for the next thousand years.