9 Talents from Bourgogne-Franche-Comté nominated for the Talents du Luxe et de la Création 2023
20 April 2023 L'agence, Filières, Attractivité de la région Luxe Share :
The Centre du Luxe et de la Création revealed on Thursday 20 April the 42 nominees for the Talents du Luxe et de la Création 2023. The Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region is highlighted with 9 nominees in the 10 categories of the Talents. The awards ceremony will take place on 15 June 2023 at 5:30 pm at the InterContinental Paris Le Grand.
The Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Region present at the award ceremony
The winners of this 18th edition will be selected by the Jury among these finalists, and honoured during the Talents Award Ceremony, in the presence of Marie-Guite DUFAY, President of the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Region, on June 15, 2023 at 5:30 pm at the InterContinental Paris Le Grand. Prior to the 2023 Talent Awards ceremony, the Centre du Luxe et de la Création invites you to take part in a day of reflection on the spirit of the world of luxury and the trends in creation.
9 nominees in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté
The Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region, which is discreetly harbouring a great variety of manual skills, is demonstrating through its companies that it is possible to combine performance with the transmission of the spirit of luxury. 9 Talents have been nominated for the Talents du Luxe et de la Création 2023. Here are the 9 nominees:
- Dominique LOISEAU, President of the Bernard Loiseau Group, Pascal ABERNOT, Director of the Relais & Châteaux Hotel, Groupe Bernard Loiseau, Patrick BERTRON, Executive Chef, Éric GOETTELMANN, Executive Chef Sommelier and Director of Development, Groupe Bernard Loiseau, for the Talent of Audacity.
- Riadh BOUAZIZ, CEO of RKF Luxury Linen, for the Well-Being Talent.
- Mathisse DALSTEIN, Artist and Designer of Mathisse Dalstein, for the Harmony Talent.
- Odile DHAVERNAS, Associate Director, Claire DOUÉRIN, Product Manager, Fabienne BONNAMOUR, Artisan tufter-weaver of the MANUFACTURE DE TAPIS DE BOURGOGNE, for the Harmony Talent.
- Muriel BREGOU, General Manager, Charlois Cosmétiques – La Chênaie, for the Innovation Talent.
- Eve GEORGE, Glassblower and Designer at Atelier George, for the Invention Talent.
- Philippe ORLIAC, Gérant de la Manufacture de Longchamp, pour le Talent de l’Originalité.
- Anne PARENT, Catherine FAGES-PARENT, Co-managers of Domaine Parent (Domaine Parent / Société Jacques Parent & cie), for the Talent for Rarity.
- Édouard DUMAS, CEO, La Compagnie Dumas, for the Management Talent.
Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, on the French and international luxury market
For Marie-Guite DUFAY, President of the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Region: “Because of its manufacturing history, particularly that of the automobile, watchmaking and eyewear industries, the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Region has retained a culture of the workshop, of the small and precise. The core business of these activities is to sublimate materials or surfaces to generate perceived quality and added value. Local companies know how to combine hand gestures and productivity, tradition and flexibility, ancestral know-how and cutting edge innovation. The regional luxury industry offers a complete ecosystem covering the entire value chain. This includes training centres offering courses of excellence from the CAP to engineering training dedicated to luxury, design and precision, but also laboratories and research platforms of international level in the field of surface treatment, materials and micro-mechanics and of course, metrology.
Support for the luxury industry
For Marie-Guite DUFAY, President of the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Region: “the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Region has recognised this sector as strategic for more than ten years: through its economic agency, it supports local companies in their development, welcomes external investors and introduces them into the ecosystem. It finances tools to support start-ups, helps local companies to showcase themselves on external markets, and directly or indirectly finances training to facilitate recruitment. The Region also co-finances very heavy equipment to accelerate research work in the laboratories, and promotes the sector through collaborations such as those with the Centre du luxe et de la création.