Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant

News- page 10

Archive files:
21 June 2015
In Memoriam It is with great sadness that we learned of the death of Mr. Jacques Mouclier on 21 June 2015. Member of the Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivant (Living Heritage Companies) National Committee since its inception in 2006, Mr. Mouclier has always endeavoured to defend the excellence of French craftsmanship with rigour and passion.
Learn more
12 June 2015
Living Heritage Companies (EPV) in the PACA region are exhibiting in Marseille until 31 July 2015. The Savonnerie Marseillaise de la Licorne is hosting a selection of the products of 18 of the region's Living Heritage Companies until 31 July 2015. Coordinated by DIRECCTE Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, the exhibition aims to highlight the expertise of these unique local businesses: figurines, ceramics, spirits, soap, olive oil, furniture and food products are all sectors that demonstrate excellence in business in the region.
Learn more
19 May 2015
ISM / Parsons School partnership: a successful experiment The EPV (Entreprise de Patrimoine Vivant - Living Heritage Company) label was created by the state to encourage SME producers of French excellence to innovate and seize new business opportunities. Living Heritage Companies have at heart the transmission of their knowledge to young people and are responsive to markets. It is in this context that a specific partnership emerged set up by the Institut Supérieur des Métiers (ISM) with the Paris campus of the renowned American design school, Parsons Paris.
Learn more
13 April 2015
A prestigious Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant table, central pillar of the French Pavilion at the Universal Exhibition in Milan From 1 May to 31 October 2015, Expo Milano 2015 (the Universal Exhibition) will host over 140 participating countries and an expected 20 million visitors. The Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (EPV - Living Heritage Company) label, partner of the French Pavilion, occupies a space in the centre of the Pavilion. L'art de vivre and gastronomy find centre stage on this prestigious table, a central pillar of the exhibition. From porcelain to glassware, cutlery to marble, the French excellence exhibited combines tradition and innovation, know-how and creativity, labour and passion. The mise en scène continues into the spaces around and the farandole of culinary practices.
Learn more