Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant


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12 April 2015
Renewal of the DGE/Business France export partnership for the Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivant (EPVs – Living Heritage Companies) For five years, the partnership between the Direction Générale des Entreprises (DGE) and Business France, coordinated by the ISM, has enabled more than 300 companies with the EPV label to receive support in the international markets for collective events or individual projects: upmarket exhibitions, buyer invitations in France, participation in trade shows, etc.
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04 April 2015
25 EPVs take off for Miami Beach for Maison & Objet AMERICAS From 12 to 15 May 2015, 25 Living Heritage Company (EPV – Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant) businesses are expected in Miami Beach for the American version of the major Paris trade show: Maison & Objet AMERICAS. This trade show aims to become an annual event for professionals and North and South American visitors in the sectors of decoration and design for the home.
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02 April 2015
9th Biennale Internationale Design Saint-Etienne: a living EPV lab On the occasion of the 9th Biennale Internationale Design Saint-Etienne, the Saint-Etienne Montbrison CCI (Chamber of Commerce and Industry), the Cité du Design and nine companies with the EPV (Living Heritage Company) label worked together from 12 to 15 March 2015 to offer visitors a window onto a unique experiment, showcasing the most unexpected synergies that exist between these companies, using a space in the labs at the Cité du Design. The experience continues at the Saint-Etienne Montbrison CCI premises from 18 March to 14 April!
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01 April 2015
The EPVs at Journées Mans'Art, showcasing expertise and heritage The Cité Plantagenêt, the historic heart of Le Mans, a city of art and history, is the setting for the 4th edition of Journées Mans'Art, on 11 and 12 April 2015. The unique sites of the Cité and Saint-Julien Cathedral will welcome nearly 12 exhibitors of heritage crafts and traditional know-how: restorers of furniture, art or old buildings; associations and institutions, art and history regions and tourist regions. Among them are the Living Heritage Companies.
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