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180 Members
58 Service providers
4000 Employees
1 , 8 Billion euros
in turnover

EUROSIMA goal is to federate the action sports industry and promote its authenticity.

Our non-profit association supports the industry and its members’ best interests with genuine neutrality, regardless of size of turnover. We guide you towards innovation and provide support for your economic development. We help you maximise human resources and expand your skills. 

Franck Laporte-Fauret
Executive Director

Franck is the Director of the association. He is charge of promoting our industry throughout Europe and fostering interaction and links among the various partners and members.

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Christophe Seiller
Cluster Manager

Christophe is the Cluster Manager. He manages new projects, encourages economic development and advises decision makers on various issues, namely on the Ocean Tech project.

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Stéphanie Godin
Communications Manager

Stéphanie is the Communications Manager for the association. She designs and organises internal and external events and is responsible for the association’s visibility with influencers.

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  • SUSTAINABILITY BOOTCAMP: Committing to a responsible industry

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    SUSTAINABILITY BOOTCAMP: Committing to a responsible industry

    EUROSIMA invites you to an all new and inspiring boot camp called: “Committing to a responsible industry” on Friday, June 28 at The Roof in Bayonne.

    By exploring the key challenges our planet and our industries have to face, we will discover the basic concepts of sustainability to help implement of a strong vision and strategy.

    The event will offer inspiration and the opportunity to exchange with entrepreneurs from within our industry and from other fields who, at their own level, have put into place exemplary action.

    The boot camp promises to be full of awareness and may even trigger an awakening for all those who would like to take a step further in Corporate Social Responsibility and start preparing for change right now.

     

    Program:

    9:30 – Welcome coffee

    10:00 – Introduction

    10:15 – 11:30

    Why should you have a shared CSR vision and strategy within a company? What advantages can you expect? What concrete action and good practices can a business set up towards CSR? How do you monitor and measure CSR action? How far does Corporate Responsibility go?

    11:30-12:30

    Round-table and questions from the floor mediated by Benoît Dandine of Positive Action with committed entrepreneurs who will share their experience in CSR.

    12:30-2pm – Networking lunch

     

    Speaker:

    Thibault Liebenguth

    Thibault Liebenguth, co-manager and a consultant in responsible strategy and innovation at AIR coop, will lead us through the morning. His agency is a network of European entrepreneurs who are furiously passionate about positively contributing to society. Thibault has assisted various outdoor brands such as Millet, Picture or Lafuma in defining their own CRS vision and implementing a corresponding action plan.

     

    Contributors who will share their experience in CSR:

    Ludovic Quinault

    SKFK

    Ludovic Quinault the associate General Manager at SKFK. He joined the brand in 2011 to lead the company through a transition towards a sustainable model. As the first fashion company in Spain to have been Fairtrade® and GOTS certified, SKFK has been working for over a decade on changing its raw materials, eco-design and improving products’ end of life cycles. Beyond aiming to reduce their footprint, the SKFK team’s approach of seeking business models that are climate responsible is at the heart of the brand’s CSR policy.

    A former Director of Operations at Rip Curl Europe and Director at Cube Bikes France, Ludovic is also an organization consultant for various international apparel brands such as Lacoste, Oakley and Eider.

    A true globe-trotter, he keeps a tight connection to nature by regularly practicing action and board sports.

     

    Clément Maulavé

    Hopaal

    After attending preparatory and business school, Clément Maulavé decided to dive into the challenges of technical apparel in the surfing and ski industries. To that end, he took advantage of a gap year to get training in Annecy and then spent 6 months in Bangalore, India in an apparel workshop. In 2016, while he was still at university, Clément and his friend Mathieu started working on a project to create a clothing brand, in which all products would be made from recycled materials. In early 2017, their brand Hopaal was born. Once the business plan had been deemed viable, they set up a team. In 2019, the objectives will be to manage production, activate communication and marketing, develop their approach and be increasingly transparent on all actions Hopaal carries out.

     

    Pierre Philippe

    The Vignerons de Buzet Cooperative

    Pierre Philippe has been the General Manager of the Vignerons de Buzet cooperative since 2005, after solid background and training in the wine and spirits industry. From the moment he set foot in the business, he integrated sustainable development as a driving force for the cooperative’s strategy to bring it towards an economically viable wine production that respects both Man and Nature. The Vignerons de Buzet have set themselves apart by committing to advanced protection of the environment for over ten years (reasoned wine production, ISO 14991 standards, AGRI CONFIANCE, IFS, HVE, etc.) and for having adopted the ISO 26 000 standard on Corporate Social Responsibility in businesses.

     

    When? Friday, June 28th from 9:30am to 2pm

    Where? The Roof – Le Forum, 3 Place André Emlinger, 64100 Bayonne

    Price? 3 access modes

    • EUROSIMA member: 50 € per participant
    • EUROSIMA member: 200 € per company
    • Non-member: 100 € per participant

     

    Registration: I want to attend the Boot Camp!

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