Le groupe UK et Grandes Ecoles City Circle<br />Exclusive dinner with Henri Giscard d’Estaing, CEO of Club Med

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Dear all,
Following the successful dinner with chef Raymond Blanc, we are very honoured to invite you to our next event:
 
Henri Giscard d’Estaing, Chairman and CEO of Club Med
 
A Champagne reception will be followed at 8.15pm by a three-course dinner.
Please note that this dinner will be in French.
 
Cost of the evening: £80 per person
 
IMPORTANT: We will only use for this event a first come first serve booking system using
Eventbrite:
http://hge15june2011.eventbrite.com
Please note that you will receive a detailed confirmation email from Eventbrite with all the details of the event including the price paid. Unfortunately, we will not be able to reimburse you if you cannot attend this event.
 

We would like to thank Laurent de Chorivit, managing director of Club Med in the UK, without whom this event would not be possible.
 
Regards,
Laurent Feniou
Grandes Ecoles City Circle

Club Med (http://www.clubmed.co.uk)
-Since its creation almost 60 years ago by Gérard Blitz and Gilbert Trigano, the Club Med brand is synonymous throughout the world with dreams, happiness and hospitality. Faithful to its pioneering spirit, Club Med constantly reinvents the alchemy of happiness to become today the world specialist in upscale, friendly, multicultural all-inclusive holidays.

-The all-inclusive concept in a new setting: Driven by the changing expectations of its guests, since 2005 Club Med has surged upscale to reach out to and retain a demanding international family clientele. The Group is now refocusing its activity on 4 and 5 Trident Resorts, 5T Luxury Spaces and Luxury Villas by Club Med and constantly innovating to develop its offer: sites of natural beauty, a wealth of activities, comfortable settings, tailored services… Club Med is the key to happiness in the four corners of the world.

-A friendly and multicultural upscale position: This new « upscale, friendly and multicultural » position places Club Med in a new international competition range comprising luxury hotels, holiday clubs, resorts and tour operators. Club Med targets the clients of upscale hotels seeking a friendlier atmosphere and the guests of holiday clubs requiring higher quality service within an upscale, all-inclusive formula.

-Turning to new destinations: Building on its pioneering spirit and its wide base on 5 continents, Club Med continues to grow and develop its activity on new markets, particularly in China and India, where the group recently opened new offices.

Henri Giscard d’Estaing - Chairman and CEO, Club Med

Henri Giscard d’Estaing graduated from Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris and has a Master’s degree in economics. He began his career with Cofremca where he served as an Associate Director between 1982 and 1987, specializing in researching changes in food consumption patterns and their marketing and strategic impacts.
In 1987 he entered the Danone Group and was successively Head of Development, Chief Executive Officer of the British subsidiary HP Food Lea and Perrins, Chief Executive Officer of Evian-Badoit and Head of the Mineral Water division.
Henri Giscard d’Estaing joined Club Méditerranée in 1997, holding the positions of Chief Operating Officer in charge of Finance, Development and International Relations (1997-2001), Chief Executive Officer (2001-2002), and Chairman of the Executive Board (2002-2005) before being appointed Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.

 




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Henri Giscard d’Estaing
Chairman and CEO of Club Med

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