Allowing men to remain free

Since 2007, Patrice Lafargue and Francis Joyon have chosen to support the ICM cause and to display the colours of the Brain and Spinal Cord Institute on their sails and on their cars.


IDEC ENERGY, a subsidiary of the IDEC GROUP, is renowned as a creator of innovative energy solutions. Affiliated with the group’s other subsidiaries, their main mission is to anticipate and implement here and now the trends that will be a part of tomorrow’s workspaces. Parks that are landscaped and developed, together with buildings that are constructed with the support of IDEC ENERGY are now entering a new, more sustainable and more responsible era, through being self-sufficient in energy, shared, connected and intelligent. The dimensions of carbon offsetting and carbon neutrality are also fully integrated to continually and more efficiently adapt to environmental issues.

Chevreuse Courtage

Chevreuse Courtage is an independent insurance agent for businesses and professionals. The office specialises in building insurance and individual coverage, guaranteeing firms the best service available. Thanks to the commitment of their staff in the jobs entrusted to them and following projects through in the long term, the contracts which result from that mean that over fourteen years they have acquired a solid reputation for being reliable and showing excellence.

Eden Park

The brand was founded in 1987 by players belonging to the Rugby XV and the Racing Club de France. Franck Mesnel became rugby world vice-champion along with his team mate, Eric Blanc. They decided to register the brand Eden Park in November 1984, then opened their first Eden Park store,  rue de Courcelles in Paris the following year. Franck Mesnel became French champion with Racing in 1990, a year before their first franchise store opened in Grenoble.

10 Sport

Created on 3rd November 2008 as a daily paper, 10 Sport built its success with a twin media strategy with a presence in newsagents and a website with applications. In 10 years, we joined the top ten French sports websites and are now a key player in football news and the transfer market and all the other sports in the world. A keen passion for creators, those who inspire others and sporting geniuses and all those at n°10 who have written some of the finest chapters in the history of sport, 10 Sport wants to pass on this unique and universal passion for sport every day.


The background to Motul products is deeply rooted in its history with an ongoing quest  to find an innovative lubricant that is efficient and performs well. This led the firm to adopt the principles of a top class management system.


French watchmaking house with Swiss Made collections.
Taking its inspiration from vintage measuring instruments, RESERVOIR watches reflects the functionality and aesthetic appeal of counters, manometers, gauges from three universes: automobile races, military aviation, and diving / submarines. RESERVOIR timepieces are innovative thanks to a radical time display, by combining three horological complications. The retrograde minute at 240° recalls the R.P.M. counters, the jumping hour recalls mileage meters and the power reserve display echoes the fuel gauges. The assortment is built around seven collections and 29 models, all equipped with a bespoke and patented module of 124 components associated with an ETA-2824 movement. All models are assembled in Switzerland by a renowned watchmaker, the same company who created the Opus 14. Distributed in 20 countries – including the United States, Japan, France, China and the United-Kingdom – on-line and through a prestigious network of 70 up-scale department stores and specialist dealers, the core range is set at a content price of €3,850. Presented annually at Baselworld, the new models received outstanding reviews from the world watch media and were already nominated twice for the GPHG (Geneva Grand Prix of Watchmaking) in 2018 and 2019.
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