Press articles and supplements

Read press articles and supplements presenting the latest news on Paris: research and innovation, recent openings and refurbishments of venues for the hosting of congresses, and private or professional events, etc.

April 2016

C&IT Magazine

C&I Conference & Incentive Travel is a monthly magazine distributed to more than 18,000 organizers of British events and circulated at major international trade shows. Discover the latest article 'Staying Power', 2 pages dedicated to the reaction from the events industry after the attacks in 2015. Find the perception of Victoria Capper, head of events a Permira, Chris Clakes, director of Purple Dog Solution and Janina Monaghan, head of sales support at Ashfield Meeting & Events.  



January 2016

M&IT - janvier 2016

M&IT (Meeting & Incentives Travel Mag), a UK magazine circulated monthly (some 20,000 copies) to event organizers and associations, unveils an article ‘A show of strength’. With subjects like the COP 21, the latest reopenings and renovations of cultural and event venues (the Musée de l’Homme, the AccorHotels Arena, etc.) and the upcoming reopening of top luxury hotels (the Ritz, the Lutetia and the Crillon), you will get all the latest news on what is happening in Paris.



November 2015

C&IT magazine - couverture

Discover the latest supplement of the C&IT Conference & Incentive Travel This Paris supplement provides the latest news on the destination, recent openings and renovation of emblematic places in the French capital through 7 major themes including gastronomy and dedicated event venues. 

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September 2015

Headquarters - couverture

Discover the latest issue of Headquarters, the reference tool for international associations, with 7500 copies. Paris as the main Congress Destination is introduced in 11 pages organized around research and innovation with many of its successful startups and the Welcome City Lab. Furthermore, you will find venues which host congress and various hotels which represents the diversity of the Paris offer.