<![CDATA[Label EPV, Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant - RSS]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/ http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/ en Sun, 26 May 2019 19:06:33 +0200 http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/img/logo.png <![CDATA[Label EPV, Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant - RSS ]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/ <![CDATA[The EPV at the Grand Palais for the Révélations Fair in May 2019!]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/361

The EPV companies look forward to seeing you on their stands:


Aisthesis

E 4 - H2

Ateliers Allot

K 7

ALM Deco

J 2

Ateliers 78

E 6

Atelier Camuset

I 3

Atelier Midavaine

H 4

Dissidi SA

H 7

Atelier Flory Brisset

D 14

Atelier Marcu

M 4

Atelier Meriguet - Carrère

E 10

Ateliers Duchemin

E 2

Jouffre Ateliers

E8

ATAD - Ateliers Philippe Coudray

L 8

Ateliers Pinton

E 3

Cristal Benito

H 5

Dunod Mallier

I 9

Atelier EB - Erwan Boulloud

G 4

Fonderie d'art Macheret

I 7

Franck Chartrain Collection

H 14

Hervé Obligi

H 5

Jallu Ebénistes

E 12

Lamellux

E 1

Lapparra orfèvre argentier

H 3

Les ateliers Nicole et Pierre Reverdy

H 5

Undostrial - Lucas de Staël

F 18

Ludwig et Dominique Ebénistes

H 5

La Maison du Vitrail

H 3

Maison Fey

H 2

Entreprise Muquet

E 6

Marischael Orfèvre

H 2

Pouenat Ferronnier

I 1

Roland Daraspe

H 5

Siège d’Argentat

E 3

Ulgador

K 3



Practical information:
Salon Révélations
Grand Palais - Avenue Winston Churchill - 75008 Paris
- Wednesday 22 May 2019 10 am - 6 pm: Trade, press and VIP day
- Thursday 23 May - Sunday 26 May 2019: Open to the public
From Thursday 23 to Saturday 25: 10 am - 8 pm
Sunday 26: 10 am - 7 pm

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Wed, 01 May 2019 00:00:00 +0200
<![CDATA[23-26 April 2019: 3rd EPV - ESSEC Hackathon with the Journées des Savoir-Faire!]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/360 With marketing, design and innovation, transmission and durability, finance and management and human resource management, the students will study the economic models of these exceptional companies and propose strategic and operational business plans aimed at improving their reputation and profitability.

The students will work on the following EPVs:

- CDA Productions
Manufacture of wax figures

The studio CDA Productions specialises in producing ultra-realistic wax figures. This work was first developed at the Musée Grévin, with the studio upholding the tradition of creating famous figures from wax. It is a unique area of expertise that combines traditional techniques with the use of 3D technologies such as scanning.
Work begins by studying the definition of the figure’s attitude and expression according to a given scenario, followed by clay modelling, moulding, wax or resin casting for the body, implanting hair, painting and make-up, creating custom costumes and dressing the figures. Every detail is recreated so as to make the model as realistic as its double. The studio also produces virtual figures and icons from comic books, video games and animated films.

- Fauchon Réceptions
Caterer and Organiser of prestigious receptions

In 1886, at the age of 30, Auguste Fauchon, originally from Calvados, opened Paris’ first fine épicerie on Place de la Madeleine, offering a selection of high-quality fresh and delicatessen products made exclusively in France.
2009 saw the growth of a new "Receptions” business, which upholds the values of FAUCHON, a brand that has become the standard-bearer for French culinary luxury around the world, with high-end gastronomic services that put a new twist on French culinary heritage, combining historic savoir-faire and contemporary creations. With a laboratory in St Ouen focused on 3 areas – cold food, hot food and pâtisserie –, the rare expertise of the teams covers the knowledge and assessment of fine produce and the artisanal techniques required to preserve all their qualities.


- Stark and Sons
Made-to-measure tailor, pattern maker (men)

Stark and Sons is a Parisian made-to-measure tailor located on Rue de la Paix since 1910. Three generations of tailors have followed on from one another, enabling the now century-old family business to transcend each new era with elegance, becoming a Living Heritage Company. A "Tailor of the Republic” for General de Gaulle and renowned maker of the "Habit Vert” clothing for the members of the Académie Française, in 2014 Stark and Sons turned a new page following the death of Alain Stark. Along with Charles and Julien, sons of master tailor Marc de Luca, Stark has expanded with an ambitious project, designing a new line of made-to-measure suits. It took two years of work for this major change, leading the company to stitch together a style that is resolutely Parisian!


- Studio Harcourt Paris
Photography studio

Boasting a prestigious clientele since its inception in 1934, Studio Harcourt finds inspiration in the glamorous roots of black-and-white cinema. The company has unique expertise, based on the mastery of photography and lighting specific to Studio Harcourt. It uses a unique light to highlight the natural qualities of each individual customer. The Studio’s speciality has always been black-and-white portraits, with the use of continuous indirect lighting, specific facial modelling with Mole-Richardson lights and especially bright lighting for the eyes.

Its fundamental and complex expertise is that of lighting. There are 4 stages to creating a photo at Studio Harcourt: make-up, work on set with the photographers, editing and printing (digital, primarily on the latest inkjet printers). The editing is performed on conventional software (Photoshop, Lightroom) and is based on working with grey tones.
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Sat, 06 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0200
<![CDATA[EPVs (Living Heritage Companies): ambassadors of France at the Art de Vivre exhibition in Moscow from 28 to 31 May 2019]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/359 This exhibition is an integral part of "Moscow Design Week” (29-31 May across several sites in the capital).




Strategic support for the project is provided by the French Embassy in Russia, the Franco-Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the airline Air France.

Visitors will be able to discover the expertise of such companies as:
etc.


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Sun, 07 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0200
<![CDATA[The historical and contemporary collections of EPV companies on display at the Grand Palais in April 2019]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/358 Created in 2016 by CNES (National Chamber of Specialised Experts), the most important French chamber of experts in art and collectibles, the Fine Art Fair is a unique event in the cultural calendar since its creation and has been a source of great interest from economic stakeholders in the sector. Associated with the International Rare Book Fair, the largest fair of its kind (organised by the SLAM), the Fine Art Fair welcomes more than 20,000 visitors under the canopies of the Grand Palais, a knowledgeable and demanding clientele of amateurs and collectors.
This exhibition, the premier international meeting of expertise and market for cultural goods, under the patronage of Mr. Emmanuel Macron, President of the Republic, creates a forum highlighting the exceptional know-how of Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivant companies.





The exhibition will allow visitors to discover creations from the following companies:

- L'horloger de la Croix Rousse, antique clockmaking,
- Atelier Jean Sablé, trompe l’œil interior and mural decoration,
- Marqueterie d'art Spindler, marquetry
- Volevatch, artistic tap fittings and goldsmithry
- Philippe Tournaire, famous for its jewellery creations
- Cristel, famous for its culinary utensil designs
- Atelier St Eloi, chaser and goldsmith for over 30 years
- Candide, artistic bronze maker
- Cristalleries de Saint-Louis, one of the great names in French crystal.


Practical information:
Salon International du Livre Rare & de l'Objet d'art
Grand Palais, Avenue Winston Churchill, 75008 Paris
Friday 12 April, Saturday 13 April and Sunday 14 April: 11.00 am – 8 pm
Thursday 11 April 2019 – Private view on invitation only: 5 pm – 10 pm]]>
Mon, 18 Mar 2019 00:00:00 +0100
<![CDATA[3-4 April 2019: rediscover the EPV companies at the Made in France Première Vision Trade Show!]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/357

A11 : Anthime Mouley, Tie manufacturer
D8 : Auvinet, Haute Couture Ready-to-Wear
D5 : Broussaud Textiles, Knitting
C15 : Bugis, Knitting
B6 - B8 : Cecile Henri Atelier, Artistic embroidery
A9 : Crambes, Hat manufacturer
C5 : Filature du Parc, Manufacturer of cotton and linen yarn
B12 : Fonty -Filature de Rougnat : Wool threading and dyeing
A13 : Indispensac, Les tissages de Charlieu, Tissage Jacquard Charlieu
B10 : J. Toulemonde, Manufacturer of cotton and linen yarn
C7 : La Maille au Personnel, Knitting
B17: Le Sac Du Berger, Manufacturer of items in leather and leather hides
B14 : Lucien Albouy et Cie, Manufacturer and transformation of yarn
B11: Maroquinerie Philippe Serres, Small leather goods
A14 : Parasolerie Guy de Jean, Manufacturer of umbrellas and sunshades
A10 : Satab Fashion, braiding
B8 : Société Choletaise De Fabrication, Manufacturer of laces, ropes, cords, braids, ribbons, straps, braided rope, trimming materials
D14 : Storia Intima, Manufacturer of prototypes of lingerie, corsets and swimwear
B16 : Tanneries Pechdo, Tanning of leather cow skins, goat skins and lamb skins
F10 : Textile Du Maine - TXM, Haute-Couture, Ready-to-Wear, Accessories
B10 : Tricoterie du Val de Saire, Knitting - Assembly
E3 : Une histoire de femmes -
Haase innovation, Knitting and sewing of knitted garments


As for us, we will be waiting for you in the F1 space.



Practical information:
MADE IN FRANCE Première Vision
Carreau du temple – 2 rue Eugène Spuller – 75003 PARIS
Wednesday 3 and Thursday 4 April 2019: 9 am to 6 pm
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Tue, 12 Mar 2019 00:00:00 +0100
<![CDATA[From 18 to 24 March 2019, EPVs are celebrating industry!]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/356 Since 2011, the Semaine de l’Industrie has been promoting the industrial sector and its stakeholders by offering educational and discovery events to the general public. Business visits, job dating, business forums, web conferences, classroom interventions, trade forums, exhibitions, etc.

Each year, this national event helps to strengthen the attractiveness of the industry and its professions, specifically with young people. It also promotes the diversity of trades and the place of women in the sector.

For EPVs who still want to register, just click on this link.


Many events are organised throughout France. Among them, here are some ideas for guided tours and open days at companies awarded EPV status by the State for the excellence of their know-how: Broussaud Textiles, Feutres Depland, Bernardaud, Poterie d'Albi, Distillerie Guy, etc.

And that's not all! Find here the complete list of events as part of Semaine de l'Industrie 2019.
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Thu, 14 Feb 2019 00:00:00 +0100
<![CDATA[Register before 1 March 2019 to be part of the Elysée – Présidence de la République brand licensing programme]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/355


Through its licensed products, the Presidency aims to disseminate the values ​​of the Republic as widely as possible to inspire pride and loyalty; and to be a showcase of French know-how, from the most traditional to the most modern.

The marketing of these products aims to generate income to finance restoration work at the Elysée Palace.


Find out more by clicking on these links:

- the call for tender for the Élysée brand licensing project


Several EPVs are already selling their products at the official Elysée online store.

If you would like to take part, register for the pre-selection phase before 1 March by clicking here:

https://arboresens.fr/marque-elysee-presidence-republique.html

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Mon, 11 Feb 2019 00:00:00 +0100
<![CDATA[Appointment of the new National Commission of Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivant]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/354 This Commission is made up of professionals who work towards practices that guarantee excellence within their own business. As a reminder, the procédure d’attribution du label EPV is conducted by experts. The assessment and interpretation of these award criteria are entrusted to an independent National Commission. The L’Institut Supérieur des Métiers (ISM) is in charge of providing the secretariat of this National Commission of Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivant and the processing of applications for the award of the label. Examination of the application file by the ISM, request for an opinion to the State services in the regions and the qualified consular establishments, drafting of a report of instruction, visits to companies by experts in the trade, examination by the National Commission and Ministers' final decision: the process of selecting Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivant is a guarantee of their excellence.



The three-year appointments are as follows:

I. - As qualified individuals


Mr VABRET (Christian), Incumbent.
Ms BENISSAN-WICART (Audrey), Deputy.
Ms CRASSET (Matali), Incumbent.
Mr FICHOT (Francis), Deputy.
Ms GINESTET-NAUDIN (Isabelle), Incumbent.
Mr MAURIN (Nicolas), Deputy.
Mr NEGRE (Axel), Incumbent.
Ms NEGRE (Annick), Deputy.
Ms MATHON (Aude), Incumbent.
Mr MATHON (Frédéric), Deputy.
Mr DUMON (Ivan), Incumbent.
Ms SENTILHES (Florence), Deputy.
Mr ANDRES (Frédéric), Incumbent.
Mr LEPORT (Marcel), Deputy.
Mr RENAUD (Jean-François), Incumbent.
Ms GENOUX (Béatrice), Deputy.


II. - As representatives of areas of activity


Mr ALES (Romain), Incumbent.
Ms EVRARD (Chantal), Deputy.
Mr DE MONTE (Bruno), Incumbent.
Ms BAYLOT (Agnès), Deputy.
Mr COINTREAU (Jean-Pierre), Incumbent.
Ms COINTREAU (Valentine), Deputy.
Ms BEDOIN (Laurence), Incumbent.
Mr DELISLE (Jean-Michel), Deputy.
Mr LEMERCIER (Denis), Incumbent.
Ms JULLIAN (Agnès), Deputy.
Ms LEFEVRE née ANDRIEUX (Emmanuelle), Incumbent.
Mr STAUB (Franck), Deputyt.
Mr NICOLE (Serge), Incumbent.
Ms CRESTOU (Nicole), Deputy.
Mr CHAUVEAU (Francis), Incumbent.
Ms SALIGUE (Fabienne), Deputy.
Ms VAZ (Catherine), Incumbent.
Mr ROELANDTS (Tanguy), Deputy.
Mr LESENECAL (Luc), Incumbent.
Ms de MAISTRE (Isabelle), Deputy.


III. - As ministerial representatives


As the Representative of the Minister for Craft and Trade:
Mr WEILL (Laurent), Incumbent.
Ms ZOBEL (Agnès), Deputy.
As the Representative of the Minister for Small and Medium Enterprises:
Mr PIERARD (André), Incumbent.
Ms ELARY (Evelyne), Deputy.
As the Representative of the Minister for Industry:
Mr LEROY (Fabrice), Incumbent.
Ms FRANCASTEL (Séverine), Deputy.
As the Representative of the Minister of Culture:
Mr DELHAY (Jean-François), Incumbent.
Ms DOUBROFF (Marie-José), Deputy.
As the Representative of the Minister of Agriculture:
Ms PIERZOWNIK (Valérie), Incumbent.
Mr SCHIO (Loïc), Deputy.
As President:
Mr ALES (Romain).
In the capacity of Vice President:
Ms GINESTET-NAUDIN (Isabelle).

As Special Rapporteur to the National Commission of Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivant:
Mr MOUSSON (Olivier).
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Tue, 12 Feb 2019 00:00:00 +0100
<![CDATA[7-10 February 2019: the EPV label partner to the Salon Art&Déco]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/353 Art&Décoration, the leading high-end women's interior decoration magazine, is back for another fair, and this year will host a dozen Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivant businesses.



- Ateliers JOVIS, Bars et Billards, Design and manufacturing of pool tables and bar furniture for public and private customers - M 36
- Burov, Manufacturer of chairs, sofas and furniture - M 79
- Declercq passementiers, Trimmings - D 118
- Farol, Cutlery - A 52
- Haviland, Porcelain goods - D 89
- Jandri / Swann, Manufacturer of leather and/or fabric sofas and chairs - M 65
- Lacanche, Design and manufacturing of cooking equipment - E 137


Practical information and booking:
Salon Art&Décoration
Grande Halle de la Villette
75019 Paris
7 to 10 February 2019 from 10.00 am to 7 pm]]>
Sun, 20 Jan 2019 00:00:00 +0100
<![CDATA[12 February 2019: take part in the forthcoming Bercy Economic Café dedicated to the EPV label!]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/352 A few weeks before major events planned in March, on industry (Semaine de l’industrie) and gastronomy (Goût de/Good France), this economic café will put a spotlight on these two sectors of activity that contribute to the competitiveness and attractiveness of the French economy.

Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (EPV), labelled companies, holders of exceptional expertise and initiators of innovative solutions in the industrial field and in the world of gastronomy, will present their activity, explain their development strategy and discuss their approach to innovation and their prospects for export.



These meetings, open to all, aim to promote the sharing of information and exchanges on public policies implemented by the ministries of the Economy, Action and Public Accounts between experts from the public sphere and the private sphere and members of the public concerned by these topics.

Participants:

Testimonials of EPV labelled companies in industry

- Stéphane Dedieu, CEO of Les Ateliers réunis - Caddie, manufacturer of shopping trolleys and metal wire goods, ,
- Agnès Jullian, CEO of Technilum, designer and manufacturer of street lighting,
- Yves Noirot, General Manager Fonderies de Sougland, cast iron and steel foundry with rare expertise in casting parts for industry.


Testimonials of EPV labelled companies in gastronomy

- Roland Gibert, Director of Cruzilles,
- Laure Pierrisnard, General Manager of Confiserie du Roy René


Representing the government

- Alexis Govciyan, Director of Institut Supérieur des Métiers (ISM), organization responsible for piloting business development support schemes (including the Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant label),
- Kristof de Meulder, Officer for "crafts and transmission of expertise", Bureau de l’Artisanat et de la Restauration, Direction générale des entreprises (DGE), economic and financial ministries


Register for the Bercy Economic Café from 12 February 2019 by clicking here!



Practical information:
- Friday 12 February 2019 from 9.30 am to 11.30 am
- Café Fluctuat Nec Mergitur, 18 place de la République, Paris
- Open to all (pre-registration required, limited spaces available).
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Mon, 21 Jan 2019 00:00:00 +0100