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Industry top 30 most influential for 2013

Another year and another Window Industries Magazine - Top 30 most influential members of the Glass and Glazing Industry.    

 

Mark Bristow - Guardian Regional Manager for the UK and Ireland has returned to the Top 30 after being placed at No. 15 in 2012.  This year Mark has climbed the ladder coming in at No. 11 for the 2013 "Top 30 most inflential".

Click here to read the full story and review the entries for 2013




September 5th, 2013
Source: www.guardianglass.co.uk


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