<![CDATA[Label EPV, Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant - RSS]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/ http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/ en Tue, 22 May 2018 08:00:17 +0200 http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/img/logo.png <![CDATA[Label EPV, Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant - RSS ]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/ <![CDATA[3 July 2018: 3rd International Speed Meeting for EPVs at the Ministry for the Economy and Finance]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/335

EPVs will have the chance to meet experts from all over the world and receive tailored strategic analysis during these free individual meetings with experts from around thirty countries, advising them on their international development projects. They will meet with experts who are directors or consultants to French CCIs and Business France offices abroad.

Together with these personalised meetings, practical workshops will also be taking place, organised in partnership with Bpi France Assurance Export, Business France and the French Customs Authority.]]>
Thu, 03 May 2018 00:00:00 +0200
<![CDATA[31 May - 2 June 2018: The EPV are in Moscow for the Art of French Living exhibition]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/334

For this edition, Marina Bessonova, interior designer, will provide the scenography by creating a unique interior combining the pieces of each exhibitor. It will also allow companies to exchange and negotiate with prescribers, interior designers, interior designers, importers, distributors, agents, buyers and investors from the hotel industry, department stores, concept stores, gallery owners and real estate developers.





Imagerie d'Epinal
Porcelaines Jacques Pergay
Manufacture de Tapis de Bourgogne
Ulgador
Ateliers Allot
Philippe Hurel
Metronome Technologie
Brun de Vian-Tiran
Grange
Eclairage Roger Pradier®
Le Jacquard Français
Duvivier Canapés
Faiencerie de Charolles
Cristallerie de Montbronn


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Mon, 16 Apr 2018 00:00:00 +0200
<![CDATA[The EPV label is taking part in a Hackathon for the ESSEC Journées des Savoir-Faire]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/333




The EPV companies the students will be working with are as follows:

- Au ver à soie
Founded in 1820, the company specialises in manufacturing silk thread. A world leader in silk, it manufactures to order silk threads for different uses (industry, Haute Couture, weaving, embroidery, tapestry, jewellery, surgery, dentistry), metallic threads, and, since 2009, produces natural silk lines and mounting threads for flies. The workshop handles al operations:

- Mathon Paris
Founded in 1931, Roger Mathon specialises in upmarket jewellery.
Every year, it produces thousands of unique pieces in limited editions. The company produces its own line of jewellery, issuing two collections per year. The company's products are manufactured from a collection of over 10,000 moulds, models and designs dating back to their origins.

- Atelier Renard
In the centre of Paris, just behind the Assemblée Nationale, at the end of a floral paved courtyard, lies the Atelier Renard. Since the 1930s, lovers of leather have come to this intimate and secret location to breathe life into their designer dreams.

- Supamonks
Supamonks is responsible for the creation and production of animated films for advertising and television (animated series and audiovisual packaging): clips, jingles) and video games (for smartphones and tablets). This EPV is distinguished by the complexity and variety of its know-how, with a fully integrated manufacturing process, and its remarkable involvement in the development and transmission of skills through its sponsorship activity (residence for young professionals for short film production). It has some fine references (from Disney to MUCEM) and owns the property rights on several characters and software it has created.
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Sun, 15 Apr 2018 00:00:00 +0200
<![CDATA[Take part in the forthcoming Economic Café at Bercy on 13 April 2018 dedicated to the EPV label!]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/332


These meetings, aimed at everyone, aim to promote the sharing of information and dialogue 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.


The Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (Living Heritage Company, or EPV) label is a mark of recognition of the French State, established to reward French firms for the excellence of their traditional and industrial skills. Almost 1,400 companies have received the award up to now, representing more than 65,000 jobs and an overall turnover of more than 14 billion euros.


How is the label awarded? How does it help to improve companies' visibility and attractiveness in France and abroad? Which companies qualify for the label? What sectors of activity are concerned? What competitive advantages does the label provide for companies? This economic café will allow dialogue on the contributions of EPV label and the development objectives of companies labelled in 2018, showing how these companies are both vectors for growth of the French economy and actors of transmission and employment in the regions, but also witnesses to the mastery of rare and traditional know-how and a strong culture of innovation.


On the schedule

  • The EPV label, a lever for economic development in France and abroad
  • The strength of a network that is increasingly based in the regions to promote excellence in known-how of craftsmanship and industry
  • Feedback from labelled companies
  • EPV and the digital world: between tradition and innovation
  • Know-how tourism: an opportunity for EPV companies

  • Participating

  • Kristof de Meulder, Policy officer at the Directorate-General for Business (DGE)
  • Alexis Govciyan, Director of the Institut Supérieur des Métiers (ISM), the organisation in charge of steering support and development initiatives for businesses (innovation hubs for craftsmanship and Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivant)
  • Luc Lesénécal, President of the Association Nationale des Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivant (ANEPV) and CEO of Tricots Saint-James, one of the flagship knitwear brands in France founded in 1889 (EPV since 2013)
  • Eric Angiboust, CEO of Muzéo, specialising in custom reproductions of artworks (EPV status in 2015)
  • The directors of 2 EPV labelled companies in the field of traditional crafts

  • Inscrivez-vous au Café Économique de Bercy du 13 avril 2018 en cliquant ici !



    Practical information:
    - Friday 13 April 2018 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 seats available).]]>
    Tue, 03 Apr 2018 00:00:00 +0200
    <![CDATA[28-29 March 2018: join the EPVs at the Made in France Première Vision expo!]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/331
    C4 : Auvinet, Ready-to-wear high fashion
    D5 : Broussaud Textiles, Knitwear
    B6 : Cecile Henri Atelier, Fine embroidery
    A5 : Crambes, Hatmakers
    A13 : Chapellerie Dandurand & Fils, Hat and cap-makers
    F2 : Ets Thierry, Ready-to-wear
    F2 : Fonlupt, Bespoke, ready-to-wear high fashion, soft dressmaking
    C13 : Fonty -Filature de Rougnat : Wool spinning and dyeing
    B13 : La Maille au Personnel, Knitwear
    A9 : Laulhère,Hatmakers since 1840
    A15: Le Sac Du Berger, Makers of leather goods
    A18 : Etablissements Lepère, Yarn dyeing, rugby shirts
    B15 : Manufacture Pyrénéenne, Makers of Pyrenean wool and clothing
    A14: Maroquinerie Philippe Serres, Fine leather goods
    A8 : Satab Fashion, Soft furnishings
    B8 : Société Choletaise De Fabrication, Makers of laces, cords, braids, ribbons, straps and soft furnishings
    A3 : Storia Intima, Makers of lingerie, corsetry and swimwear prototypes
    C10 : Tanneries Pechdo, Tanners of cow, goat and lamb hides
    E7 : Textile Du Maine - TXM, High fashion, ready-to-wear, accessories


    The EPV stand will be in area D12.




    Practical information:

    MADE IN FRANCE Première Vision
    Carreau du temple – 2 rue Eugène Spuller – 75003 PARIS
    Wed 28 and Thurs 29 March 2018, 9 am to 6 pm

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    Tue, 13 Mar 2018 00:00:00 +0100
    <![CDATA[]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/330 Thu, 22 Mar 2018 00:00:00 +0100 <![CDATA[12 April 2018: 5th Parliamentary Meeting of the Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivant at the Assemblée Nationale]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/329 Organised by the Institut Supérieur des Métiers, which works specifically towards education and promotion of the label, this meeting is aimed at raising awareness and improving knowledge of the National EPV label, the flagship for Made in France products.



    It is vital to amplify awareness among public sector stakeholders by promoting the label among regional and parliamentary politicians, who work with companies in the field on a daily basis to preserve and develop economic activity in their regions.


     
     
     
     
     
     


    There are currently 1,419 prestigious companies who have been awarded the label representing over 65,000 jobs and an overall turnover of more than 14 billion euros. As model examples of competitive and innovative companies, EPV status acts as a storefront for French expertise and the prestige standard for exports.

    This is why such issues are at the heart of the debates to be held at the 5th Parliamentary Meeting of the Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivant.
    This meeting will specifically promote the international reach of our expertise in excellence. It will be organised around two round tables: "Conveying expertise: issues in training and apprenticeship" and "The EPV label, an asset for international success".


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    Mon, 09 Apr 2018 00:00:00 +0200
    <![CDATA[The EPV 2017 activity report has just been published!]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/328



    What can be learned from the applications: numbers are still on the increase

    The year 2017 was characterised once again by a large increase in the number of applications for EPV status, with an increase of 20.4% compared with the previous year.

    A modernised and streamlined application process
    Since 2017, companies can now apply for the label in a simplified fashion directly through the label website: www.patrimoine-vivant.com/fr/candidature

    A rigorous selection process
    The label is obtained through a rigorous selection process chaired by experts and a National Commission made up of independent professionals. The ISM has once again worked to process the applications and coordinate the activities of the National Commission, which assessed 487 companies in 2017.

    Making institutional communications more dynamic
    The ISM has once again paid particular attention to promoting and raising the profile of the label and its companies. In this context, the ISM has proceeded with modernising the graphical charter, as well as the creation of new communication tools. The ISM also based its work in 2017 around organising events, strengthening the label's presence on social networks and optimising the website, now available for tablets and smartphones.



    Increased support
    for EPV companies internationally
    The ISM has also handled the implementation and support, alongside Business France,of the action plan supported by DGE (Singapore, Chengdu, Jeddah, New York) of invitations to international procurers to France and training in exports for labelled companies. Working with Chamber of Commerce abroad, the ISM also organised personal meetings with experts from South-East Asia and signed a partnership with the CCI and CCI FI. .

    A helping hand for the economic development of companies
    Supporting labelled companies is something the ISM takes extremely seriously. Partnerships were developed during 2017,
    particularly with prestigious higher education institutions (ESSEC Business School, etc.) and financial and economic organisations active in the sector.



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    Tue, 13 Feb 2018 00:00:00 +0100
    <![CDATA[15 March 2018: EPV day in Nouvelle Aquitaine]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/327


    Alexis Govciyan, director of the Institute Supérieur des Métiers, will speak at a round table, where he will talk about the competitive advantages of the EPV label as a creator of value.

    Workshops will also be laid on for labelled companies, on training, exports and passing on skills.

    Frédérique Espagnac, senator for Pyrénées-Atlantiques and a regional councillor, and Martine Pinville, a regional councillor and former minister, will round off the event.


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    Mon, 12 Feb 2018 00:00:00 +0100
    <![CDATA[8-11 February 2018: EPV label a partner of Salon Art&Déco]]> http://www.patrimoine-vivant.com/en/news/show/326




    - Atelier Claude Nicolet, creators of contemporary furniture and restorers of old furniture
    - Ateliers JOVIS, Bars et Billards, creators and makers of billiard tables and bar furniture for professionals and the general public
    - Atelier Nicolas Bonnet, stone cutters and sculptors
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    Canapés Duvivier, makers of leather sofas
    - Céramiques du Beaujolais, makers of terracotta floor tiles
    - David Dalichoux, makers of cement mosaic floor tiles, makers and restorers of Venetian and terrazzo mosaics and floors, and marble and smalti mosaics
    - Farol, knifemakers
    - Jandri, makers of leather and/or fabric sofas and armchairs
    - La Maison du Vitrail, creators and restorers of stained-glass windows
    - THG Paris, makers of bathroom fittings and accessories
    -
    Toiles de Mayenne, makers of furnishing fabrics


    Practical information and bookings:
    Salon Art&Déco
    Grande Halle de la Villette
    75019 Paris
    Thursday 8 to Sunday 11 February 2018, 10 am to 7 pm]]>
    Wed, 24 Jan 2018 00:00:00 +0100