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Let it snow!

With the streets of London blanketed in snow, Anca has sent us these photos to show us the charm of the English capital at this time of year. And it is here, holding these photos, that we (the team from Moonz) have realised that we are achieving all the goals we set for ourselves. In 2012, many positive things have happened and, undoubtedly, they have all been made possible with your help: our inseparable friends.

At the end of one year and beginning of the next, many people look back and review past events, and at Moonz we have reached the following conclusion: lots of exiting and positive things have happened. Starting with the opening of the Moonz Centre in Fulham, an ambitious project undertaken by the group to offer the best orthodontic care in London with our exceptional quality services and treatments, which you already know about. It was a long process, always accompanied by a feeling of vertigo. However, with great patience and perseverance on the part of the whole team, and not forgetting the invaluable help of UK Trade and Investment and the British Embassy in Madrid, we finally managed to lay the first stone. Although the beginnings are never easy, we are very happy that today we can continue to build our project on the foundations of that first stone. Let it snow in London, a steady flurry of hard work and commitment, because we will be here to meet all your needs.

We should also not forget to mention in this post another very important milestone achieved in 2012: the recognition achieved through international awards , recognition for turning “customer care” into an unforgettable experience for both parents and children. We are very happy to receive this award and it spurs us on to continue improving your visits and stays at our centres.

Ah, and in 2013, we will continue to share with you all good news that are yet to come!

Thanks for your time. See you in the next post!

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