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StratX turns 30!

Posted by Yann Cartier on Oct 22, 2014 6:00:00 AM

Partners, clients and StratX staff spent a casual and fun evening at this most amazing spot to look over the beautiful city of Paris and share memories of the successes and challenges that the company has faced over the past .

StratX was founded by Jean Claude Larreche who started operations in Villeneuve les Sablons. Nestle and GE were among the company's first clients and today, 30 years later, we can proudly say that we have helped more than one million leaders around the world to grow their potential, think more strategically and boost the profits of their companies. More than 40 Fortune Global 500 businesses and over 400 business schools (including 26 of the 30 top MBA’s) have used StratX business simulations and benefited from our impacful “learn, practice, apply” methodology.

As we look to the next 30 years, our goals remain the same:

  1. Focus on helping companies become even more customer-centric
  2. Work with the most influential clients and partners from around the world
  3. Build the most impactful and engaging business simulations

Thanks to everyone who helped to make the evening an enjoyable occasion for all!

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