Dates & Venues
The Best venues in the Heart of Paris
April 4 & 5 :
Begun in 1861, the construction of the hotel was part of the complete reconstruction of Paris by Napoleon III. It was built in the style prescribed by Baron Haussmann, with a mansard roof. Filling an entire triangular block, the hotel had 800 rooms over four floors for guests, with another entire floor for their servants.
The hotel has hosted royalty throughout its long history, including Tsar Nicholas, King Edward VII of England and Queen Rania of Jordan. Victor Hugo hosted parties at the Le Grand Hotel and Émile Zola used the hotel for the setting of the death of his tragic character Nana.
June 7 & 8 :
Due to poor market conditions and the evolution of post-covid customs, foreign investors tend to travel less.
We therefore plan a remote conference with pre-arranged meetings in order to address the target group of investors who no longer travel.
The organization process, the schedule and the web application remain identical to the physical Investor Access events.
October 9 & 10 :
The Salons Hoche are a central meeting point and a true gastronomic institution in the heart of Paris.
In the midst of the “Roaring Twenties”, 9 avenue Hoche was nothing more than a dance hall where people came to meet. Since then, the surroundings of the Champs Elysées and more particularly the wide avenues dedicated to the glories of the 1st Empire have been taken over by the head offices of prestigious companies, and in particular many investment companies.
The meetings take place in different areas depending on the meeting format and the number of participants.
Visibility is one of the pillars of sound financial communication.