Our commitments

GBH contributes to the sustainable economic and social development of the territories in which it is established by promoting the social, cultural, heritage and ecological environment.

549 employees recruited on permanent contracts in French territories and Overseas regions in 2019
144 ob vacancies on offer*
114 apprentices trained in 2019

GBH works to promote a real link between the world of education and business, in order to provide professional training to students and support their employment.

Partnerships with committed players

Established in 2011 between Université des Antilles et de la Guyane, now the Université des Antilles and GBH, the "Working together for training and employment" Foundation is extending its activities for the 2017-2022 period.
In this context, the Group implements actions to raise awareness of its trades and vocational educational programmes suited to the companies’ needs and which are designed to promote the employability of young people from the West Indies.
Each year, the Université de la Guyane and GBH, as part of a partnership, organise Jobs Forums where the business world and education meet with a view to support young people from French Guiana in their professional careers.
GBH, a partner of the School of Business and Management of Reunion Island and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of New Caledonia, also accompanies students in preparatory classes for the prestigious schools of Martinique, Guadeloupe and Reunion Island.

Awareness-raising initiatives

Through these partnerships with universities and schools in the different territories in which it is established, GBH carries out numerous actions to promote professional integration: meetings between students and professionals, visits and internships in companies, language courses, professional conferences, vocational training, thesis prizes, tutoring, etc.

*as at 10 June 2020

Discover some of our actions

HR directors and managers team in the French Overseas pavilion at the Paris employment fair

GBH working for the employment and integration of young people in Overseas France

GBH helps improve the professional integration of young people in the local areas of Overseas France where it is…

GBH helps improve the professional integration of young people in the local areas of Overseas France where it is established. For several years, GBH has implemented training programmes, both to develop the skills of its current employees and to boost the employability of students and future employees. In terms of professional insertion, GBH is working to bring the worlds of education and business together, through training while fostering diversity and excellence. Numerous partnerships with universities and schools in Overseas France have been forged to reach this objective. Training talents, taking time to meet students to tell them more about the French territories, their economies, the companies that contribute to them and the professional career paths they could be offered are part of the Group’s recruitment priorities. Each year, the human resource managers of the Group and its subsidiaries take part in employment fairs to meet candidates. They have a stand to receive candidates during job interviews and organise conferences on HR themes, for example: the professional opportunities offered in Overseas France. GBH notably took part in the in the Overseas pavilion of the Paris employment fair in October and the France Overseas students fair in September.

 

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The University of the French Antilles-GBH Foundation: committed to the employability of young people

The University of the French Antilles-GBH Foundation: committed to the employability of young people

Every year since 2011, the University of the French Antilles-GBH Foundation has organised the Student Career Forum…

Every year since 2011, the University of the French Antilles-GBH Foundation has organised the Student Career Forum in the French West Indies. This initiative aims to facilitate experience and skills sharing between company managers and students for improved professional integration. The aim is to create interactive meetings between students, teachers and business executives to provide students with practical information on different professions, how to enter them and career prospects.

Since 2011, the University of the French Antilles-GBH Foundation has carried out a host of actions with clearly defined objectives:

- Promote student openness towards the Caribbean
- Raise awareness among young people about higher education and the business world
- Provide professional training programmes
- Develop close and supportive relationships with students
- Reward excellence.

In 2020, the University of the French Antilles-GBH Foundation was extended for a period of five years.

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Career Forum in Martinique

“Working together for training and employment” with the GBH – Université des Antilles Foundation

GBH and Université des Antilles Foundation: “Working together for training and employment”

GBH and Université des Antilles Foundation: “Working together for training and employment”

GBH and the University of the French Antilles and University of Guyana have been carrying out concrete actions since 2010 in order to provide professional training to students. This partnership was strengthened in 2011 with the creation of the GBH-Université des Antilles Guyane Partnership Foundation “Working together for training and employment”, which has become the GBH – Université des Antilles Foundation since the university’s separation in 2014. It’s a partnership at national level, based on the idea of moving on to universities’ Liberties and Responsibilities of Universities (RCE) and government university reforms.

A host of actions are carried out by GBH and the Université des Antilles Foundation of which the aims are clearly defined:
Promote student openness towards the Caribbean: proposing internships in the Caribbean in the group’s companies 
Raise awareness among young people about higher education and the business world: GBH executives’ involvement to lead conferences, take part in coaching sessions or CV workshops. 
Professionalise the training programmes: creation of a Master specialising in IT or sales
- Develop close and supportive relationships with students: organisation of the Job and Career Forums on university campuses each year.
Reward excellence with thesis prizes. 

The UA – GBH partnership foundation was created for a duration of 5 years. It was extended for the same duration in 2017, and has a €150,000 budget allocation and is managed by a board of directors with 12 members, 8 from the University, 4 from GBH:
-Its Chair is Eustase Janky, president of the University of the French Antilles since 2017,
-Stéphane Hayot (MD of GBH) is director of the GBH-UA Foundation; Bernard Hayot (CEO of GBH), Rodolphe Hayot (MD of GBH) are directors of this Foundation and highly involved in the running of it.

The Job and Career Forums, organised in Martinique, Guadeloupe and Guyana for 8 years.
In 2019, the GBH-UA Foundation organised, on one hand, and within the framework of the GBH and University of Guyana partnership on the other, the ninth edition of the student Job and Career Forums. This involves interactive meetings between students, (from the University of the French Antilles, preparatory classes, BTS (advanced vocational diploma), EGC (business school)…), teachers and business executives to give students practical information on different professions, how to enter them and career prospects. In addition, these Forums are also the means to meet professionals directly on their company stands and have pre-selection interviews in response to internship offers. More than 100 professionals get involved each year to reach almost 500 young people per territory.

Creation of the Vocational Degree in Business and Distribution “Department Management – Distrisup Management” in partnership with the GBH UA foundation and the University of Rouen
As part of its commitment to the professional integration of young people, the GBH – Université des Antilles (UA) Foundation has introduced, in partnership with the University of Rouen Normandy and the DistriSup* Management Network, a Vocational Degree in Business and Distribution “Department Management – Distrisup Management”. This work-linked course, which takes into account the changes that are currently taking place within the distribution sector, aims to prepare students and working professionals for executive positions. Implemented in 2018, the first class of the Vocational Degree in Business and Distribution has 13 students and takes places as a work-study programme, with 14 weeks spent at the university and 32 weeks in the company. This training programme is given by the UA and University of Rouen faculty and Distribution professionals. 

Sponsorship of first-year engineering students
Launched in 2012 in partnership with the École nationale supérieure des ingénieurs en arts chimiques et technologiques – Ensiacet (National School of Engineers in Chemical and Technological Arts), the INP (National Polytechnic Institute) of Toulouse and the Guadeloupe Regio, the engineering training programmes have about 80 students enrolled each year. GBH supports first year students studying the Energy Systems speciality and Materials Engineering speciality: they have the opportunity to do their internships in the Group’s companies, the Group’s managers give lectures and coach them throughout the year (preparing their CV, job interview…). 

 

In 2015, the UA-GBH Foundation created a professional training degree, Miage (computer-based methods applied to business management), in Guadeloupe, including coaching sessions for several hundred students looking for internships or employment and a contribution to the fees of a language course abroad for ten students.

In 2012, UAG won first prize in the “Relationships with companies” category during the MCE Awards (national awards for the innovations of universities and prestigious schools). The jury recognised the various tools and actions implemented by UAG, such as its proactive policy to bring together local economic players, which includes the UAG-GBH Foundation.

In 2011, the UAG and GBH created a Department Manager university diploma (Dumar). Adapted to the real needs of the mass retail sector in the French Antilles-Guyana, this bachelor degree level work-study programme relies on experienced professionals who provide students with the skills and techniques required of department managers and the educational content of higher university education. Fifteen of the 20 students of the first class obtained their diploma. Twenty-six students graduated from the second class.

 

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Increasing student-company interactions

Increasing student-company interactions

GBH – initially via Carrefour Destreland – has been a partner of the preparatory class for the prestigious business…

GBH – initially via Carrefour Destreland – has been a partner of the preparatory class for the prestigious business schools of the chamber of commerce and industry (CCI) of Guadeloupe since 2006. The aim is to increase interactions between companies and students by supporting them in their training and their search for internships and employment.

Since 2008, an intensive English language preparation course for the English portion of the entrance examinations for business schools is offered each year to three deserving students from the first year of the preparatory class, selected by the teachers. In addition, each year GBH's general management and human resources departments present the Group's activities and professions to second year students in the CCI preparatory class.

In July 2016, GBH provided funding for the language course in London of three deserving students to help them prepare for the English portion of the entrance examination to prestigious business schools.

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Training engineers

Training engineers on the challenges of local economic and industrial development

Launched in 2012 in partnership with the École nationale supérieure des ingénieurs en arts chimiques et…

Launched in 2012 in partnership with the École nationale supérieure des ingénieurs en arts chimiques et technologiques – Ensiacet (National School of Engineers in Chemical and Technological Arts), the INP (National Polytechnic Institute) of Toulouse and the Guadeloupe Region, the engineering department of Université des Antilles is the only one authorised by the French engineering accreditation institution of the Americas/Caribbean region. Established at the Fouillole campus, both of the department’s programmes, one in environmental engineering and the other in energy systems engineering, had 57 students in 2016.

The 13 first-year students enrolled in the energy systems course and the 8 in materials engineering were sponsored by Rodolphe Hayot, GBH’s executive officer. The Group offers internships in companies designed to promote their future employability, provides tours of its sites, organises meetings with its employees and thematic conferences lead by its executives.

These two high-level programmes contribute to the emergence of future managers capable of meeting the challenges of local economic and industrial development. They meet the needs of the territories and businesses. Six months after graduating, 75% of the engineering students of the 2015 year group were professionally integrated. The 2016 year group had a success rate of 78%.

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Encouraging apprenticeships in Guiana: involvement of apprentices and GBH

Encouraging apprenticeships in Guiana: involvement of apprentices and GBH

The apprenticeship programme set up in Guiana in partnership with Pôle Emploi, Akto, GBH and Carrefour Matoury, the…

The apprenticeship programme set up in Guiana in partnership with Pôle Emploi, Akto, GBH and Carrefour Matoury, the Greta, and Max Joséphine Vocational School trains just under 20 apprentices. In 2020, halfway through their training, the partners decided to celebrate the apprentices’ involvement with a placeholder graduation ceremony. The Apprenticeship Trophy was created for this occasion to highlight partner companies’ commitment and expertise.

Three academic trophies were awarded. GBH, through Carrefour Matoury, was awarded a prize in the “Innovative Project” category. Two other Apprenticeship Trophies were awarded in the “Tradition and Public Service” and “Remarkable Investment” categories.

More information: https://bit.ly/3ln4wrC 

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Career Forum in Guyana

The University of Guyana and GBH have signed a s partnership helping young people move into the workplace

The University of Guyana and GBH have decided to increase their efforts in helping young people move into the…

The University of Guyana and GBH have decided to increase their efforts in helping young people move into the workplace by signing a partnership agreement, which has the ambition of bringing the world of business closer to those of schools and universities.

A partnership to improve the professional integration of young Guianese people. The aim of this partnership agreement between the University of Guyana and GBH is two-fold: to pool both partners’ skills and resources and to facilitate the exchange of experience and skills between company executives and students.

Actions carried out by the University of Guyana and GBH:
-Raise awareness among young people about higher education and the business world
-Actions carried out by the University of Guyana and GBH
-Reward excellence with personalised professional mentoring 

Besides offering internships in some of the Group’s businesses, company visits, assistance for students in their job search, the Career Forum is one of the partnerships’ flagship actions.

Organisation of the Career Forum for 10 years in Guyana
This forum is for university, EGC (business school), BTS (advanced vocational diploma), IUT (Polytechnic) and preparatory class students.
The aim is to create interactive meetings between students, teachers and business executives to provide students with practical information on different professions, how to enter them and career prospects.

 

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Career Forum in Martinique

“Working together for training and employment” with the GBH – Université des Antilles Foundation

GBH and Université des Antilles Foundation: “Working together for training and employment”

GBH and Université des Antilles Foundation: “Working together for training and employment”

GBH and the University of the French Antilles and University of Guyana have been carrying out concrete actions since 2010 in order to provide professional training to students. This partnership was strengthened in 2011 with the creation of the GBH-Université des Antilles Guyane Partnership Foundation “Working together for training and employment”, which has become the GBH – Université des Antilles Foundation since the university’s separation in 2014. It’s a partnership at national level, based on the idea of moving on to universities’ Liberties and Responsibilities of Universities (RCE) and government university reforms.

A host of actions are carried out by GBH and the Université des Antilles Foundation of which the aims are clearly defined:
Promote student openness towards the Caribbean: proposing internships in the Caribbean in the group’s companies 
Raise awareness among young people about higher education and the business world: GBH executives’ involvement to lead conferences, take part in coaching sessions or CV workshops. 
Professionalise the training programmes: creation of a Master specialising in IT or sales
- Develop close and supportive relationships with students: organisation of the Job and Career Forums on university campuses each year.
Reward excellence with thesis prizes. 

The UA – GBH partnership foundation was created for a duration of 5 years. It was extended for the same duration in 2017, and has a €150,000 budget allocation and is managed by a board of directors with 12 members, 8 from the University, 4 from GBH:
-Its Chair is Eustase Janky, president of the University of the French Antilles since 2017,
-Stéphane Hayot (MD of GBH) is director of the GBH-UA Foundation; Bernard Hayot (CEO of GBH), Rodolphe Hayot (MD of GBH) are directors of this Foundation and highly involved in the running of it.

The Job and Career Forums, organised in Martinique, Guadeloupe and Guyana for 8 years.
In 2019, the GBH-UA Foundation organised, on one hand, and within the framework of the GBH and University of Guyana partnership on the other, the ninth edition of the student Job and Career Forums. This involves interactive meetings between students, (from the University of the French Antilles, preparatory classes, BTS (advanced vocational diploma), EGC (business school)…), teachers and business executives to give students practical information on different professions, how to enter them and career prospects. In addition, these Forums are also the means to meet professionals directly on their company stands and have pre-selection interviews in response to internship offers. More than 100 professionals get involved each year to reach almost 500 young people per territory.

Creation of the Vocational Degree in Business and Distribution “Department Management – Distrisup Management” in partnership with the GBH UA foundation and the University of Rouen
As part of its commitment to the professional integration of young people, the GBH – Université des Antilles (UA) Foundation has introduced, in partnership with the University of Rouen Normandy and the DistriSup* Management Network, a Vocational Degree in Business and Distribution “Department Management – Distrisup Management”. This work-linked course, which takes into account the changes that are currently taking place within the distribution sector, aims to prepare students and working professionals for executive positions. Implemented in 2018, the first class of the Vocational Degree in Business and Distribution has 13 students and takes places as a work-study programme, with 14 weeks spent at the university and 32 weeks in the company. This training programme is given by the UA and University of Rouen faculty and Distribution professionals. 

Sponsorship of first-year engineering students
Launched in 2012 in partnership with the École nationale supérieure des ingénieurs en arts chimiques et technologiques – Ensiacet (National School of Engineers in Chemical and Technological Arts), the INP (National Polytechnic Institute) of Toulouse and the Guadeloupe Regio, the engineering training programmes have about 80 students enrolled each year. GBH supports first year students studying the Energy Systems speciality and Materials Engineering speciality: they have the opportunity to do their internships in the Group’s companies, the Group’s managers give lectures and coach them throughout the year (preparing their CV, job interview…). 

 

In 2015, the UA-GBH Foundation created a professional training degree, Miage (computer-based methods applied to business management), in Guadeloupe, including coaching sessions for several hundred students looking for internships or employment and a contribution to the fees of a language course abroad for ten students.

In 2012, UAG won first prize in the “Relationships with companies” category during the MCE Awards (national awards for the innovations of universities and prestigious schools). The jury recognised the various tools and actions implemented by UAG, such as its proactive policy to bring together local economic players, which includes the UAG-GBH Foundation.

In 2011, the UAG and GBH created a Department Manager university diploma (Dumar). Adapted to the real needs of the mass retail sector in the French Antilles-Guyana, this bachelor degree level work-study programme relies on experienced professionals who provide students with the skills and techniques required of department managers and the educational content of higher university education. Fifteen of the 20 students of the first class obtained their diploma. Twenty-six students graduated from the second class.

 

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Developing the partnership with EGC

Developing the partnership with EGC

GBH’s companies and EGC (School of management and business) of Reunion Island formed a strong relationship very…

GBH’s companies and EGC (School of management and business) of Reunion Island formed a strong relationship very early on. The agreement signed at the end of 2010, which marks a new stage in their relations, formalises this connection between GBH and the world of education. Its main objective is to help more EGC students undertake internships and market research in the Group’s companies, and support excellence by rewarding the best students of each year.

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Rapprocher le monde de l’enseignement et celui de l’entreprise

Bringing the worlds of education and business together

Since 2004, GBH, the local education authority and Bellepierre Secondary School have signed an agreement whose…

Since 2004, GBH, the local education authority and Bellepierre Secondary School have signed an agreement whose ambition is twofold: to bring the worlds of education – students in the preparatory classes for prestigious business schools and faculty – and business together, but also share the same requirements of consistency, competence and performance.

GBH proposes and finances internships abroad which reflect its desire to equip students with an open-minded attitude towards the world. The Group also offers internships in its various companies, in the territories where it is established, thus providing students with a first successful professional experience. The recipients of these two types of internships are selected after an interview with juries composed of members of the Group’s human resources managers and executives.

Created in 2012, the alumni network’s database aims to optimise the interaction between young graduates and the company. Through this network, business school students have easy access to internship offers within GBH, and graduates at the end of the course are informed of GBH job offers, both in Reunion Island and in other territories where GBH is established.

Lastly, the high school-business synergy was strengthened with the opening of work-study master's degree in chartered accounting (DSCG) at Bellepierre Secondary School, set up in association with the Greta de La Réunion Neotech III. This programme hosts interns from GBH and external companies who are under professional training contracts or professional training periods.

GBH is also a partner of the site www.reunionnaisdumonde.fr.

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The University of the French Antilles-GBH Foundation: committed to the employability of young people

The University of the French Antilles-GBH Foundation: committed to the employability of young people

Every year since 2011, the University of the French Antilles-GBH Foundation has organised the Student Career Forum…

Every year since 2011, the University of the French Antilles-GBH Foundation has organised the Student Career Forum in the French West Indies. This initiative aims to facilitate experience and skills sharing between company managers and students for improved professional integration. The aim is to create interactive meetings between students, teachers and business executives to provide students with practical information on different professions, how to enter them and career prospects.

Since 2011, the University of the French Antilles-GBH Foundation has carried out a host of actions with clearly defined objectives:

- Promote student openness towards the Caribbean
- Raise awareness among young people about higher education and the business world
- Provide professional training programmes
- Develop close and supportive relationships with students
- Reward excellence.

In 2020, the University of the French Antilles-GBH Foundation was extended for a period of five years.

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Career Forum in Martinique

“Working together for training and employment” with the GBH – Université des Antilles Foundation

GBH and Université des Antilles Foundation: “Working together for training and employment”

GBH and Université des Antilles Foundation: “Working together for training and employment”

GBH and the University of the French Antilles and University of Guyana have been carrying out concrete actions since 2010 in order to provide professional training to students. This partnership was strengthened in 2011 with the creation of the GBH-Université des Antilles Guyane Partnership Foundation “Working together for training and employment”, which has become the GBH – Université des Antilles Foundation since the university’s separation in 2014. It’s a partnership at national level, based on the idea of moving on to universities’ Liberties and Responsibilities of Universities (RCE) and government university reforms.

A host of actions are carried out by GBH and the Université des Antilles Foundation of which the aims are clearly defined:
Promote student openness towards the Caribbean: proposing internships in the Caribbean in the group’s companies 
Raise awareness among young people about higher education and the business world: GBH executives’ involvement to lead conferences, take part in coaching sessions or CV workshops. 
Professionalise the training programmes: creation of a Master specialising in IT or sales
- Develop close and supportive relationships with students: organisation of the Job and Career Forums on university campuses each year.
Reward excellence with thesis prizes. 

The UA – GBH partnership foundation was created for a duration of 5 years. It was extended for the same duration in 2017, and has a €150,000 budget allocation and is managed by a board of directors with 12 members, 8 from the University, 4 from GBH:
-Its Chair is Eustase Janky, president of the University of the French Antilles since 2017,
-Stéphane Hayot (MD of GBH) is director of the GBH-UA Foundation; Bernard Hayot (CEO of GBH), Rodolphe Hayot (MD of GBH) are directors of this Foundation and highly involved in the running of it.

The Job and Career Forums, organised in Martinique, Guadeloupe and Guyana for 8 years.
In 2019, the GBH-UA Foundation organised, on one hand, and within the framework of the GBH and University of Guyana partnership on the other, the ninth edition of the student Job and Career Forums. This involves interactive meetings between students, (from the University of the French Antilles, preparatory classes, BTS (advanced vocational diploma), EGC (business school)…), teachers and business executives to give students practical information on different professions, how to enter them and career prospects. In addition, these Forums are also the means to meet professionals directly on their company stands and have pre-selection interviews in response to internship offers. More than 100 professionals get involved each year to reach almost 500 young people per territory.

Creation of the Vocational Degree in Business and Distribution “Department Management – Distrisup Management” in partnership with the GBH UA foundation and the University of Rouen
As part of its commitment to the professional integration of young people, the GBH – Université des Antilles (UA) Foundation has introduced, in partnership with the University of Rouen Normandy and the DistriSup* Management Network, a Vocational Degree in Business and Distribution “Department Management – Distrisup Management”. This work-linked course, which takes into account the changes that are currently taking place within the distribution sector, aims to prepare students and working professionals for executive positions. Implemented in 2018, the first class of the Vocational Degree in Business and Distribution has 13 students and takes places as a work-study programme, with 14 weeks spent at the university and 32 weeks in the company. This training programme is given by the UA and University of Rouen faculty and Distribution professionals. 

Sponsorship of first-year engineering students
Launched in 2012 in partnership with the École nationale supérieure des ingénieurs en arts chimiques et technologiques – Ensiacet (National School of Engineers in Chemical and Technological Arts), the INP (National Polytechnic Institute) of Toulouse and the Guadeloupe Regio, the engineering training programmes have about 80 students enrolled each year. GBH supports first year students studying the Energy Systems speciality and Materials Engineering speciality: they have the opportunity to do their internships in the Group’s companies, the Group’s managers give lectures and coach them throughout the year (preparing their CV, job interview…). 

 

In 2015, the UA-GBH Foundation created a professional training degree, Miage (computer-based methods applied to business management), in Guadeloupe, including coaching sessions for several hundred students looking for internships or employment and a contribution to the fees of a language course abroad for ten students.

In 2012, UAG won first prize in the “Relationships with companies” category during the MCE Awards (national awards for the innovations of universities and prestigious schools). The jury recognised the various tools and actions implemented by UAG, such as its proactive policy to bring together local economic players, which includes the UAG-GBH Foundation.

In 2011, the UAG and GBH created a Department Manager university diploma (Dumar). Adapted to the real needs of the mass retail sector in the French Antilles-Guyana, this bachelor degree level work-study programme relies on experienced professionals who provide students with the skills and techniques required of department managers and the educational content of higher university education. Fifteen of the 20 students of the first class obtained their diploma. Twenty-six students graduated from the second class.

 

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Mr. Bricolage has sponsored the "Yole du Robert"

Developing integration through teamwork and team sports

Mr. Bricolage has sponsored, since 2003, the "Yole du Robert", an activity led by the Las Palmas association, which…

Mr. Bricolage has sponsored, since 2003, the "Yole du Robert", an activity led by the Las Palmas association, which aims to promote the social integration of young people from the city of Le Robert who are experiencing difficulties by involving them in a collective and unifying project: the construction and maintenance of a round skiff and training of its crew.

Skiffs are beautiful, traditional Martiniquan boats and the Tour des Yoles Rondes, a week-long team race which consists of sailing around the island, is a major event in Martinique.

The Las Palmas association, which upholds the values of integration, prevention, sharing and progress, knowing how to live together, as well as the transmission of experience and know-how from those with more experience to younger people, has appealed to Mr. Bricolage in such a way that the brand has been its exclusive partner since 2010.

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Taking action against exclusion

Taking action against exclusion

Established in 1993 by 13 major groups, including Casino, Danone and Renault, the FACE (Fondation Agir Contre l’…

Established in 1993 by 13 major groups, including Casino, Danone and Renault, the FACE (Fondation Agir Contre l’Exclusion – Action Against Exclusion Foundation) business club, with its 4,000 partners and recognised public utility, is a tool to prevent and work against all forms of exclusion and discrimination, particularly professional exclusion and discrimination. Its network of local clubs spans various territories in France and abroad.

In 2012, GBH and FACE conducted an initial joint action by organising a "Diversity and Excellence" morning together. The aim of this event, which was attended by students, economic, social and educational players, was to encourage young graduates to pursue management positions, to invite them to diversify their professional choices – particularly for women – and also to promote diversity within companies and professional organisations, from the recruitment process to career development.

In order to deepen and sustain their partnership, GBH and FACE-Martinique signed an agreement in February 2013 whose aim, through concrete actions, is to promote diversity and excellence and favour equal opportunities.

www.fondationface.org

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GBH and Internat de la Réussite (Boarding Schools for Success)

Encouraging success

GBH and Internat de la Réussite (Boarding Schools for Success) signed an agreement in 2014 regarding Martinique.…

GBH and Internat de la Réussite (Boarding Schools for Success) signed an agreement in 2014 regarding Martinique. Internat de la Réussite is a programme set up by the State in 2009, which helps deserving and working students from disadvantaged social backgrounds to pursue their studies in the best possible conditions.

The boarding school in Martinique can accommodate 73 students. It is dedicated to the preparatory classes of prestigious schools.

GBH is committed to helping students prepare for competitive examinations by:

• Covering the costs of language courses abroad which open students to the international context. In 2016, 30 students were able to discover Ireland during an immersion language programme.

• Participating in the Jobs Forums, which raise awareness of these young people to the socio-economic fabric and give them the key tools of their future profession.

• Preparing for examinations with the help and tutoring of Group employees.

• Organising activities that contribute to their cultural enrichment, such as visiting exhibitions at the Clément Foundation.

This partnership for the professional integration of young people continues in 2017.

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Promoting the integration of deserving young graduates

Promoting the integration of deserving young graduates

GBH is a partner of the Nos Quartiers a Talents (NQT – Our Neighbourhoods have Talent) association, which promotes…

GBH is a partner of the Nos Quartiers a Talents (NQT – Our Neighbourhoods have Talent) association, which promotes the professional integration of young people from priority neighbourhoods or disadvantaged social groups by arranging to have them sponsored by experienced entrepreneurs and executives. All young beneficiaries must be under the age of 30, with higher education degrees and in search of employment. The advice given by the sponsors is related to job searches, CVs, cover letters, interviews, help with networking, etc.

There are three separate systems.

"Nos Quartiers ont des Talents", the association’s historic operation, targets young graduates with at least 4 years’ higher education from the priority neighbourhoods of large French cities or disadvantaged social groups.

"Nos Territoires ont des Talents” targets young graduates with at least 3 years’ higher education in French territories where this level of diploma best suits the needs of the employment area.

"Nos Outremer ont des Talents” (Our Overseas Departments and Territories have Talent) targets young graduates with at least 3 years’ higher education who live in French overseas departments and territories. This system has been deployed since 2013 in Martinique, Guadeloupe, Reunion Island and since 2015 in French Guiana. 

On the national level, 36,925 young graduates have been included in one of these three programmes since 2005, supported by 9,983 sponsors, thanks to the support of 930 partners and patrons. 70% of the young people in the study found a permanent and qualified job, in an average of seven months.

Many GBH executives have integrated this programme, which complements both the target (young graduates with 3 years’ higher education) and the object (equal opportunities) of the actions the Group already carries out for students.

 

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GBH and Bellevue Secondary School

Supporting students in their training

GBH and Bellevue Secondary School signed an agreement to assist students in preparatory classes for prestigious…

GBH and Bellevue Secondary School signed an agreement to assist students in preparatory classes for prestigious business schools in their training and search for internships and employment.

Each year, three first-year students, selected by the faculty, are able to take a language course abroad, with GBH covering the costs of the foreign language courses during the stay. GBH's management team also welcomes second-year students to introduce the Group's business areas, as well as the most sought-after specialisations, and organises informal exchanges with its employees who graduated from prestigious schools.

Over the past few years, many deserving students have benefited from language courses in London, including one at the EF (Education First) international language centre, with plane tickets offered by Air Caraïbes as part of a partnership with GBH, a cultural trip to Paris, including tours of museums and the HEC campus in Jouy-en-Josas (78), or iPads offered during the "Prix de l'excellence" awards organised by Bellevue Secondary School. In addition, many students have completed internships in the Group's companies.

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MA/Academy

Taking action for the professional reintegration of job seekers

Martinique Automobiles, a subsidiary of GBH, launched a tailor-made vocational training programme in partnership…

Martinique Automobiles, a subsidiary of GBH, launched a tailor-made vocational training programme in partnership with Pôle emploi and Opcalia. This initiative was designed to contribute to the professional reintegration in the automobile sector of young Martiniquan job seekers who have been unemployed for over a year. The tailor-made educational programme takes place at the MA/Academy, the Martinique Automobiles training centre.

In 2015, the eight selected candidates, aged 18 to 33, and holding a secondary school vocational diploma, a BEP (technical school certificate) or a CAP (vocational training certificate) in automotive mechanics and maintenance, received 400 hours of training divided between theoretical instruction and practical training experience in the Martinique Automobiles workshops.

In 2016, ten successful candidates each received three-month's training in the trade of workshop receptionist, which encompasses everything from customer relationship management to vehicle return.

For both sessions, graduation was preceded by a "job dating” encounter between candidates and professionals of the automotive sector, with self-management, self-presentation and recruitment interviews being an integral part of the training process. 

The results were positive: the majority of candidates selected during these two sessions graduated from their training and were recruited by car dealers, including Martinique Automobiles, or garages.

Martinique Automobiles makes every effort to continue and extend this vocational training programme leading to a job in the automotive sector.

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Becoming an operational retail manager

Becoming an operational retail manager

GBH has a very active professional training and skills development policy, both internally and externally.

GBH has a very active professional training and skills development policy, both internally and externally.

In 2011, in order to promote the employability of its current and future employees, GBH launched a work-study training programme in the field of department manager / operational retail manager (ROD). Seventy-five students from the West Indies, French Guiana and Reunion Island were trained during the first five years.

The ROD training programme "Becoming operational to sustainably integrate the managerial staff of a store" is a 3 years’ higher education certificate programme conducted in partnership with Neoma Business School. It is a work-study programme, consisting of one week of theoretical courses and three weeks of in-store practical experience, lasts 11 to 12 months and provides candidates motivated by trades in the specialised or food retail industries with a global vision of management, helping them acquire skills in business, management, but also in law, communication and human resources.

During the programme, the company’s salaried candidates are in a professional training period and those external to the company under a one-year fixed duration professional training contract, which can lead to a permanent contract at the end of the programme, if it is conclusive. The admission level required is a validated 2 years’ higher education diploma. The training programme results in a 3 years’ higher education diploma.

Trainees are hosted at GBH’s Carrefour, Mr. Bricolage and Decathlon stores in Reunion Island, Martinique, Guadeloupe and French Guiana.

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Training in food retail

Training in food retail

In 2013, SCIE Distribution, a subsidiary of GBH, set up two continuous training courses for employees of the Géant,…

In 2013, SCIE Distribution, a subsidiary of GBH, set up two continuous training courses for employees of the Géant, Casino and Leader Price chains. The first issues a 2 years’ higher education department manager diploma, the second programme provides secondary school level education, as a department assistant. The educational content of the programmes was developed with Paris Executive Campus and Neoma Business School. Implementation is overseen by SCIE Distribution in partnership with the CCI of New Caledonia. The training lasts 15 months and includes 400 hours of theory lessons. The graduation ceremony for the first 28 employees to graduate from these two programmes was attended by Bernard Hayot, CEO of GBH, Stéphane Hayot and Rodolphe Hayot, executive officers of GBH, and Olivier Le Fournier, Assistant Dean of Neoma Business School. Now well mastered, the department manager programme has also been adapted to Reunion Island with Neoma Business School, and in Martinique, Guadeloupe and French Guiana with Université des Antilles.

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71,000 m² of solar panels installed
2,000 illegal dump sites cleaned
167 tonnes of waste collected

GBH has initiated the establishment of several environmental protection associations, which set out to raise public awareness of ecology, protecting and enhancing natural areas, as well as recovering and treating automobile and tyre waste.

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

Concerned about carrying out an environmental policy that can be applied as closely as possible to local requirements, GBH has developed an environmental management system and established a monitoring and analysis barometer of all the indicators and actions implemented.

AWARENESS-RAISING ACTIONS

GBH encourages initiatives to promote energy saving measures and continues to upgrade several of its companies to meet ISO 14001 standards.

Discover some of our actions

GBH HSE

Cultivating the desire to take responsibility

GBH is aware of its health, safety and…

GBH is aware of its health, safety and environmental (HSE) responsibilities and their related challenges. Its HSE charter, signed by all its subsidiaries, pledges to safeguard the health and safety of its employees, protect the environment and abide by HSE regulations. This charter supports the day-to-day efforts GBH has been making for many years to prevent employee health risks and reduce the environmental impacts of its operations. GBH wants to be a significant stakeholder in sustainable development in all regions where it has a presence. It is up to each subsidiary, management team and employee to act responsibly and get involved in this HSE continuous improvement approach.

Consult the GBH charter

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Active involvement in the energy transition

Active involvement in the energy transition

GBH's involvement in the energy…

GBH's involvement in the energy transition is based on the following objectives:

-To reduce the Group's energy consumption

-To implement renewable energy production solutions

-To develop sustainable mobility

To support its energy transition efforts, GBH regularly renews a variety of energy efficiency partnerships with local economic and institutional stakeholders, such as EDF and ADEME, as well as regional and local authorities.

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Reducing the Group's energy consumption

Reducing the Group's energy consumption

GBH and its subsidiaries have numerous measures in…

GBH and its subsidiaries have numerous measures in place to reduce the energy consumed for their operations throughout the territories.

Priority is given to using innovative technologies and applying sustainable design principles, both for its infrastructures (new constructions and renovations alike) as well as its technical and processing facilities.

For example, the Group is replacing ageing, energy-intensive equipment with energy-efficient equipment and reinforcing heat insulation in buildings.

In addition, regularly assessing its sites’ energy efficiency, establishing a regulatory system and monitoring through regular energy audits make for optimal energy consumption management.

All measures initiated by the Group in 2020 led to a total reduction in energy consumption of more than 3,800 MWh/year, thus avoiding over 6,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions.

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Implementing renewable energy production solutions

Implementing renewable energy production solutions

GBH has been using renewable energy since 2010.…

GBH has been using renewable energy since 2010. Thirty or so solar PV facilities have been commissioned on the roofs of its subsidiary buildings. Some of these inject the energy produced into the public electricity grid, and for the most recent ones, the energy is consumed directly on the solar power station site. The electricity consumption of establishments equipped with this technology is approximately 30% lower thanks to the new self-contained plants. In total, 60,000m² of roofs equipped with photovoltaic panels produce more than 9,000 MW.h each year, equivalent to the annual consumption of nearly 3,000 households and avoid the emission of approximately 9,000 tons of CO2. 

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Developing sustainable mobility

Developing sustainable mobility

In the interests of sustainable mobility, the Group…

In the interests of sustainable mobility, the Group offers electric and hybrid vehicles to individuals and professionals through its car hire and dealership network. On some of its sites, GBH also provides motorists with a network of charging points to make it easier to access faster charging.

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Water, a precious resource to be protected

Water, a precious resource to be protected

Protecting water resources and ecosystems is…

Protecting water resources and ecosystems is paramount in our regions. To alleviate pressure on this resource and keep aqueous discharges into the natural environment to a minimum, GBH decided to implement various rainwater harvesting and contaminated water recycling initiatives within its subsidiaries. Water recycled or recovered in this way helps meet the non-potable water needs of some of the Group's operations and subsidiaries. In 2020, nearly 95,000 m3 of water was saved, equivalent to the annual consumption of around 800 households.

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Rainwater harvesting

Rainwater harvesting

SAPEB – a company in Martinique that manufactures…

SAPEB – a company in Martinique that manufactures concrete components for construction and GBH subsidiary – installed a rainwater harvesting system with tank storage. Rainwater harvested in this way helps meet the company’s needs, particularly for its toilet facilities. Other subsidiaries in the Group use the same process in the automotive and mass retail sectors. 

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The ‘zero consumption zero discharge’ car washing system

The ‘zero consumption zero discharge’ car washing system

To reduce potable water consumption, the Group uses…

To reduce potable water consumption, the Group uses a ‘zero consumption zero discharge’ car washing system in its car hire subsidiaries and some car dealerships. The car washes run on rainwater collected from rooftops plus recycled, treated water from previous washes. They are thus completely self-sufficient in water and do not generate any waste water.

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Recycling industrial process water

Recycling industrial process water

Process water recycling facilities have been built…

Process water recycling facilities have been built for concrete manufacturing operations. Following on-site treatment by sedimentation, the treated water is reintroduced into the concrete manufacturing process. This water recycling process is a virtuous solution to water resource management, with significantly reduced water consumption and no discharge into the natural environment.

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Pioneering treatment and reclamation of distillery waste water

Pioneering treatment and reclamation of distillery waste water

A progressive initiative by Distillerie J.M.…

A progressive initiative by Distillerie J.M. aspires to protect aquatic environments and guide the profession towards greater respect for the environment. Through this major project, the company seeks to implement an efficient distillery waste water treatment solution to minimise its impact on the natural environment. In 2018, the distillery developed a plan in partnership with the Institut National de Recherche en Sciences et Technologies pour l’Environnement et l’Agriculture (Irstea), the Office de l’Eau (ODE), Agro Keys and the Agence Française pour la Biodiversité (AFB) to treat and reclaim its waste water using plants. The purpose of the project was to set up a responsible, sustainable solution to vinasse treatment using a system of lagoons (constructed wetland) to naturally treat the by-product. The treated waste water will then be reused to irrigate the estate's farmland.

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Separating and valorize

Separating and valorize

The aim: to turn waste into resources. Managing…

The aim: to turn waste into resources. Managing waste in overseas territories has some specific requirements due to insularity and geographic distance from accredited waste management service providers. This geographic context imposes numerous logistical and transport constraints, not to mention sparse treatment options with efficient reclamation services. With this in mind, GBH and its subsidiaries have focused on three objectives:

-To reduce the amount of waste generated by the Group’s operations as much as possible

-To ensure quality separation of waste at the source. To achieve this objective, waste separation has been reinforced and refined in some of the Group's subsidiaries through special collection resources and new signage. Some waste management areas have also been completely redesigned. Many awareness-raising activities are carried out each year to involve all GBH employees in the initiative.

-To give priority to waste reclamation processes such as recycling and reuse short supply chains.

 

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 Combatting wastage to promote reuse

Combatting wastage to promote reuse

For several years now, defective products have been…

For several years now, defective products have been of special interest to the Décathlon teams in Réunion. These products are separated for analysis with a view to giving them a second life. This virtuous approach is a long-standing part of the company’s social and environmental policy: Reduce waste; Reuse anything still functional; Recycle for a new life. This green commitment means reducing the company’s environmental impact as well as giving customers the chance to buy quality items at lower prices.

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An ambitious project: bottle return is back in the French Antilles

An ambitious project: bottle return is back in the French Antilles

With a circular economy in mind, the Guadeloupe…

With a circular economy in mind, the Guadeloupe region has positioned itself as a national pilot territory to bring back container deposits. The target is to achieve zero waste in Guadeloupe by 2035. Carrefour Guadeloupe, a GBH subsidiary, is getting involved alongside the region and Ademe by helping revive the concept of bottle return for recycling by late 2021 across the archipelago. In partnership with local bottlers and Carrefour Martinique, a GBH subsidiary, Ademe Martinique is also undertaking a research project about the 2021 revival of bottle returns for the purposes of reusing glass containers.

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End-of-life vehicles (ELV) in Martinique: processing automotive waste

End-of-life vehicles (ELV) in Martinique: processing automotive waste

End-of-life vehicles (ELV) are a risk to human…

End-of-life vehicles (ELV) are a risk to human health and the environment. To address this environmental issue, a number of years ago GBH enlisted TDA-VHU – an automotive waste processing association encompassing all the car dealerships in Martinique – to work towards disposing of these vehicles. Its efforts are gaining ground. In 2020, nearly 3,000 end-of-life vehicles (ELV) were collected and recycled through a partnership between TDA-VHU and local councils and with financial support from car manufacturers. To combat ELV dumping and help change behaviours, awareness-raising activities for school groups and the general public are also carried out throughout the year.

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BATIMAT RECYCLAGE

BATIMAT RECYCLAGE

Since 2008, BATIMAT RECYCLAGE, a GBH subsidiary,…

Since 2008, BATIMAT RECYCLAGE, a GBH subsidiary, has been storing, processing and recycling construction waste, as well as providing monitoring and traceability. It is a pilot site for the circular economy and the only construction material recycling facility classified for environmental protection (ICPE) in Martinique. Batimat Recyclage turns waste from demolition sites into ready-for-use materials, of a quality identical to those extracted from quarries.

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gladiator

Reducing the volume of pallet waste and developing a circular economy

More than two million pallets arrive on Réunion…

More than two million pallets arrive on Réunion island every year. Mr Bricolage Réunion employs several measures to recycle this waste. The chain signed an agreement with ECOPAL in 2019 for some of these pallets to be recovered. In addition, Mr Bricolage Réunion implemented a mechanical solution to shred the pallets into wood chips. The Gladiator by Sacria is a roller compactor that crushes and compacts the wooden pallets in a metal skip. This waste is then transported to a processing site. The first stage involves removing metal waste (e.g. nails) using a magnet, then any plastic wrap is removed manually. The now ‘clean waste’ can have compost added to create a mulching solution for farmers.

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https://www.youtube.com/embed/GAL8oTIWLWA

Recycling just got easier at Yves Rocher Antilles

Yves Rocher Antilles is establishing a recycling…

Yves Rocher Antilles is establishing a recycling programme for its own glass and plastic bottles. The objective is to involve its most loyal customers in the brand’s commitment to nature and thus put its motto into practice: ‘give back to Nature the most precious gifts it gives us in the best possible way'. The idea is simple: customers bring their empty Yves Rocher jars and bottles and get special offers in store.

Yves Rocher then recycles the glass and plastic from its products. Starting this year, 100% of the bottles that come out of the factories are made from 100% recycled and recyclable PET. The brand has also undertaken to remove all cellophane overwrap from its products by 2023.

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 Solarcube: GBH and its Carrefour subsidiaries are involved in recycling and waste separation

Solarcube: GBH and its Carrefour subsidiaries are involved in recycling and waste separation

Close to 300,000 tonnes of packaging is thrown away…

Close to 300,000 tonnes of packaging is thrown away every year when it could be recycled or reclaimed. Offering the option of disposing of recyclables anywhere at any time is one of the challenges of the circular economy. Although the collection of recyclable packaging and paper is quite advanced, it needs to be improved for easy, continuous separation.

French start-up Tri Center designed and operates SolarCube, solar-powered street furniture dedicated to collecting recyclable packaging like glass or plastic bottles, cans and beverage cartons. As Tri Center’s number one partner, GBH is actively involved in the installation and success of SolarCube in Martinique at Carrefour Dillon.

Since June 2019, 150,000 to 200,000 bottles per week have been inserted into the machine, compacted then recycled. In exchange, for every bottle deposited, customers receive two cents in the form of a voucher to be used at the hypermarket. In July 2020, following the scheme’s success and many customer requests, two new machines have been installed: one in the Carrefour Génipa car park in Ducos for southern island residents, and the other in the Océanis car park in Le Robert for residents in the north.

After collecting 2.5 million plastic bottles in Martinique in the space of 18 months, the Group extended the operation to Guadeloupe, graciously making four parking spaces available for the installation of a SolarCube at the Destreland shopping centre. The scheme also appealed to customers at Carrefour Destreland and Carrefour Contact, who brought in over 200,000 plastic bottles in just a few weeks. In terms of our carbon footprint, this initiative is part of the Group's ongoing reduction efforts.

 

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Environment week in Destreland, Guadeloupe

Environment week in Destreland, Guadeloupe

For several years, Destreland shopping centre has…

For several years, Destreland shopping centre has been hosting Environment Week, a major awareness-raising event for sustainable development. This annual event brings together many associations, Guadeloupe businesses and institutions that strive for better environmental protection through innovative actions. A place for discussion, learning and discovery of all things environmental, Environment Week boasts a varied programme, inviting the general public to explore exhibition booths, participate in games, workshops, artistic events, awards ceremonies and school group activities and discover new technologies.

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Entreprises & Environnement association: extensive efforts for 30 years

Entreprises & Environnement association: extensive efforts for 30 years

Founded in May 1994 by GBH senior management,…

Founded in May 1994 by GBH senior management, Entreprises & Environnement is an association that currently unites nearly 100 Martinique businesses. Headed by one of the Group’s directors for several years now, the association makes every effort to raise environmental awareness in the local population by pursuing initiatives to save and promote natural areas. The ‘Pays Propre’ (clean country) campaign is one of its flagship initiatives aiming to clean up sites in Martinique in collaboration with numerous companies, associations, individuals and local authorities. GBH and its subsidiaries participate each year, picking up 250 kilos of waste in just one morning! In the last 20 years, more than 250 tonnes of waste have been collected during the event with the help of over 200 businesses and 8,700 volunteers. The association is also involved in green space maintenance and waste disposal and manages the Areté sa illegal dumping site geolocation platform.

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A T.E.R.R.E. project for Réunion

A T.E.R.R.E. project for Réunion

To invest in a virtuous approach, in 2019,…

To invest in a virtuous approach, in 2019, Decathlon Réunion set four focus areas for an environmentally friendly and sustainable pathway:

1. Separating recyclables and reclaiming its waste: developing a ‘second life’ process for its products.

2. Customer participation in waste collection and separation: installing a metal and plastic waste recovery terminal.

3. Implementing environmentally friendly actions: installing a self-serve water dispenser to raise awareness about the impact of plastic bottles on the environment; participating in scientific and environmental projects in collaboration with private organisations and associations.

4. All Decathlon team members contributing to sustainable development projects: promoting the brand’s eco-friendly products, joint development of initiatives.

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Réunion waste reduction week

Réunion waste reduction week

Every year for Global Recycling Day and Waste…

Every year for Global Recycling Day and Waste Reduction Week, Réunion’s major shopping centres invite the general public to participate in awareness-raising and information workshops. How recycling works, recycling stages according to materials, waste collection... These and other educational events are open to everyone for one week in the shopping centres. In 2019, nearly 6 m3 of toys, 56 small appliances, over 1 tonne of clothing and more than 800 plastic bottles were collected from the three centres in a single week.

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Environment week in Destreland, Guadeloupe

Environment week in Destreland, Guadeloupe

For several years, Destreland shopping centre has…

For several years, Destreland shopping centre has been hosting Environment Week, a major awareness-raising event for sustainable development. This annual event brings together many associations, Guadeloupe businesses and institutions that strive for better environmental protection through innovative actions. A place for discussion, learning and discovery of all things environmental, Environment Week boasts a varied programme, inviting the general public to explore exhibition booths, participate in games, workshops, artistic events, awards ceremonies and school group activities and discover new technologies.

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An ambitious project: bottle return is back in the French Antilles

An ambitious project: bottle return is back in the French Antilles

With a circular economy in mind, the Guadeloupe…

With a circular economy in mind, the Guadeloupe region has positioned itself as a national pilot territory to bring back container deposits. The target is to achieve zero waste in Guadeloupe by 2035. Carrefour Guadeloupe, a GBH subsidiary, is getting involved alongside the region and Ademe by helping revive the concept of bottle return for recycling by late 2021 across the archipelago. In partnership with local bottlers and Carrefour Martinique, a GBH subsidiary, Ademe Martinique is also undertaking a research project about the 2021 revival of bottle returns for the purposes of reusing glass containers.

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https://www.youtube.com/embed/GAL8oTIWLWA

Recycling just got easier at Yves Rocher Antilles

Yves Rocher Antilles is establishing a recycling…

Yves Rocher Antilles is establishing a recycling programme for its own glass and plastic bottles. The objective is to involve its most loyal customers in the brand’s commitment to nature and thus put its motto into practice: ‘give back to Nature the most precious gifts it gives us in the best possible way'. The idea is simple: customers bring their empty Yves Rocher jars and bottles and get special offers in store.

Yves Rocher then recycles the glass and plastic from its products. Starting this year, 100% of the bottles that come out of the factories are made from 100% recycled and recyclable PET. The brand has also undertaken to remove all cellophane overwrap from its products by 2023.

Read
Recycling industrial process water

Recycling industrial process water

Process water recycling facilities have been built…

Process water recycling facilities have been built for concrete manufacturing operations. Following on-site treatment by sedimentation, the treated water is reintroduced into the concrete manufacturing process. This water recycling process is a virtuous solution to water resource management, with significantly reduced water consumption and no discharge into the natural environment.

Read
 Solarcube: GBH and its Carrefour subsidiaries are involved in recycling and waste separation

Solarcube: GBH and its Carrefour subsidiaries are involved in recycling and waste separation

Close to 300,000 tonnes of packaging is thrown away…

Close to 300,000 tonnes of packaging is thrown away every year when it could be recycled or reclaimed. Offering the option of disposing of recyclables anywhere at any time is one of the challenges of the circular economy. Although the collection of recyclable packaging and paper is quite advanced, it needs to be improved for easy, continuous separation.

French start-up Tri Center designed and operates SolarCube, solar-powered street furniture dedicated to collecting recyclable packaging like glass or plastic bottles, cans and beverage cartons. As Tri Center’s number one partner, GBH is actively involved in the installation and success of SolarCube in Martinique at Carrefour Dillon.

Since June 2019, 150,000 to 200,000 bottles per week have been inserted into the machine, compacted then recycled. In exchange, for every bottle deposited, customers receive two cents in the form of a voucher to be used at the hypermarket. In July 2020, following the scheme’s success and many customer requests, two new machines have been installed: one in the Carrefour Génipa car park in Ducos for southern island residents, and the other in the Océanis car park in Le Robert for residents in the north.

After collecting 2.5 million plastic bottles in Martinique in the space of 18 months, the Group extended the operation to Guadeloupe, graciously making four parking spaces available for the installation of a SolarCube at the Destreland shopping centre. The scheme also appealed to customers at Carrefour Destreland and Carrefour Contact, who brought in over 200,000 plastic bottles in just a few weeks. In terms of our carbon footprint, this initiative is part of the Group's ongoing reduction efforts.

 

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A T.E.R.R.E. project for Réunion

A T.E.R.R.E. project for Réunion

To invest in a virtuous approach, in 2019,…

To invest in a virtuous approach, in 2019, Decathlon Réunion set four focus areas for an environmentally friendly and sustainable pathway:

1. Separating recyclables and reclaiming its waste: developing a ‘second life’ process for its products.

2. Customer participation in waste collection and separation: installing a metal and plastic waste recovery terminal.

3. Implementing environmentally friendly actions: installing a self-serve water dispenser to raise awareness about the impact of plastic bottles on the environment; participating in scientific and environmental projects in collaboration with private organisations and associations.

4. All Decathlon team members contributing to sustainable development projects: promoting the brand’s eco-friendly products, joint development of initiatives.

Read
Réunion waste reduction week

Réunion waste reduction week

Every year for Global Recycling Day and Waste…

Every year for Global Recycling Day and Waste Reduction Week, Réunion’s major shopping centres invite the general public to participate in awareness-raising and information workshops. How recycling works, recycling stages according to materials, waste collection... These and other educational events are open to everyone for one week in the shopping centres. In 2019, nearly 6 m3 of toys, 56 small appliances, over 1 tonne of clothing and more than 800 plastic bottles were collected from the three centres in a single week.

Read
 Combatting wastage to promote reuse

Combatting wastage to promote reuse

For several years now, defective products have been…

For several years now, defective products have been of special interest to the Décathlon teams in Réunion. These products are separated for analysis with a view to giving them a second life. This virtuous approach is a long-standing part of the company’s social and environmental policy: Reduce waste; Reuse anything still functional; Recycle for a new life. This green commitment means reducing the company’s environmental impact as well as giving customers the chance to buy quality items at lower prices.

Read
gladiator

Reducing the volume of pallet waste and developing a circular economy

More than two million pallets arrive on Réunion…

More than two million pallets arrive on Réunion island every year. Mr Bricolage Réunion employs several measures to recycle this waste. The chain signed an agreement with ECOPAL in 2019 for some of these pallets to be recovered. In addition, Mr Bricolage Réunion implemented a mechanical solution to shred the pallets into wood chips. The Gladiator by Sacria is a roller compactor that crushes and compacts the wooden pallets in a metal skip. This waste is then transported to a processing site. The first stage involves removing metal waste (e.g. nails) using a magnet, then any plastic wrap is removed manually. The now ‘clean waste’ can have compost added to create a mulching solution for farmers.

Read
Entreprises & Environnement association: extensive efforts for 30 years

Entreprises & Environnement association: extensive efforts for 30 years

Founded in May 1994 by GBH senior management,…

Founded in May 1994 by GBH senior management, Entreprises & Environnement is an association that currently unites nearly 100 Martinique businesses. Headed by one of the Group’s directors for several years now, the association makes every effort to raise environmental awareness in the local population by pursuing initiatives to save and promote natural areas. The ‘Pays Propre’ (clean country) campaign is one of its flagship initiatives aiming to clean up sites in Martinique in collaboration with numerous companies, associations, individuals and local authorities. GBH and its subsidiaries participate each year, picking up 250 kilos of waste in just one morning! In the last 20 years, more than 250 tonnes of waste have been collected during the event with the help of over 200 businesses and 8,700 volunteers. The association is also involved in green space maintenance and waste disposal and manages the Areté sa illegal dumping site geolocation platform.

Read
An ambitious project: bottle return is back in the French Antilles

An ambitious project: bottle return is back in the French Antilles

With a circular economy in mind, the Guadeloupe…

With a circular economy in mind, the Guadeloupe region has positioned itself as a national pilot territory to bring back container deposits. The target is to achieve zero waste in Guadeloupe by 2035. Carrefour Guadeloupe, a GBH subsidiary, is getting involved alongside the region and Ademe by helping revive the concept of bottle return for recycling by late 2021 across the archipelago. In partnership with local bottlers and Carrefour Martinique, a GBH subsidiary, Ademe Martinique is also undertaking a research project about the 2021 revival of bottle returns for the purposes of reusing glass containers.

Read
End-of-life vehicles (ELV) in Martinique: processing automotive waste

End-of-life vehicles (ELV) in Martinique: processing automotive waste

End-of-life vehicles (ELV) are a risk to human…

End-of-life vehicles (ELV) are a risk to human health and the environment. To address this environmental issue, a number of years ago GBH enlisted TDA-VHU – an automotive waste processing association encompassing all the car dealerships in Martinique – to work towards disposing of these vehicles. Its efforts are gaining ground. In 2020, nearly 3,000 end-of-life vehicles (ELV) were collected and recycled through a partnership between TDA-VHU and local councils and with financial support from car manufacturers. To combat ELV dumping and help change behaviours, awareness-raising activities for school groups and the general public are also carried out throughout the year.

Read
BATIMAT RECYCLAGE

BATIMAT RECYCLAGE

Since 2008, BATIMAT RECYCLAGE, a GBH subsidiary,…

Since 2008, BATIMAT RECYCLAGE, a GBH subsidiary, has been storing, processing and recycling construction waste, as well as providing monitoring and traceability. It is a pilot site for the circular economy and the only construction material recycling facility classified for environmental protection (ICPE) in Martinique. Batimat Recyclage turns waste from demolition sites into ready-for-use materials, of a quality identical to those extracted from quarries.

Read
https://www.youtube.com/embed/GAL8oTIWLWA

Recycling just got easier at Yves Rocher Antilles

Yves Rocher Antilles is establishing a recycling…

Yves Rocher Antilles is establishing a recycling programme for its own glass and plastic bottles. The objective is to involve its most loyal customers in the brand’s commitment to nature and thus put its motto into practice: ‘give back to Nature the most precious gifts it gives us in the best possible way'. The idea is simple: customers bring their empty Yves Rocher jars and bottles and get special offers in store.

Yves Rocher then recycles the glass and plastic from its products. Starting this year, 100% of the bottles that come out of the factories are made from 100% recycled and recyclable PET. The brand has also undertaken to remove all cellophane overwrap from its products by 2023.

Read
Rainwater harvesting

Rainwater harvesting

SAPEB – a company in Martinique that manufactures…

SAPEB – a company in Martinique that manufactures concrete components for construction and GBH subsidiary – installed a rainwater harvesting system with tank storage. Rainwater harvested in this way helps meet the company’s needs, particularly for its toilet facilities. Other subsidiaries in the Group use the same process in the automotive and mass retail sectors. 

Read
Recycling industrial process water

Recycling industrial process water

Process water recycling facilities have been built…

Process water recycling facilities have been built for concrete manufacturing operations. Following on-site treatment by sedimentation, the treated water is reintroduced into the concrete manufacturing process. This water recycling process is a virtuous solution to water resource management, with significantly reduced water consumption and no discharge into the natural environment.

Read
Pioneering treatment and reclamation of distillery waste water

Pioneering treatment and reclamation of distillery waste water

A progressive initiative by Distillerie J.M.…

A progressive initiative by Distillerie J.M. aspires to protect aquatic environments and guide the profession towards greater respect for the environment. Through this major project, the company seeks to implement an efficient distillery waste water treatment solution to minimise its impact on the natural environment. In 2018, the distillery developed a plan in partnership with the Institut National de Recherche en Sciences et Technologies pour l’Environnement et l’Agriculture (Irstea), the Office de l’Eau (ODE), Agro Keys and the Agence Française pour la Biodiversité (AFB) to treat and reclaim its waste water using plants. The purpose of the project was to set up a responsible, sustainable solution to vinasse treatment using a system of lagoons (constructed wetland) to naturally treat the by-product. The treated waste water will then be reused to irrigate the estate's farmland.

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 Solarcube: GBH and its Carrefour subsidiaries are involved in recycling and waste separation

Solarcube: GBH and its Carrefour subsidiaries are involved in recycling and waste separation

Close to 300,000 tonnes of packaging is thrown away…

Close to 300,000 tonnes of packaging is thrown away every year when it could be recycled or reclaimed. Offering the option of disposing of recyclables anywhere at any time is one of the challenges of the circular economy. Although the collection of recyclable packaging and paper is quite advanced, it needs to be improved for easy, continuous separation.

French start-up Tri Center designed and operates SolarCube, solar-powered street furniture dedicated to collecting recyclable packaging like glass or plastic bottles, cans and beverage cartons. As Tri Center’s number one partner, GBH is actively involved in the installation and success of SolarCube in Martinique at Carrefour Dillon.

Since June 2019, 150,000 to 200,000 bottles per week have been inserted into the machine, compacted then recycled. In exchange, for every bottle deposited, customers receive two cents in the form of a voucher to be used at the hypermarket. In July 2020, following the scheme’s success and many customer requests, two new machines have been installed: one in the Carrefour Génipa car park in Ducos for southern island residents, and the other in the Océanis car park in Le Robert for residents in the north.

After collecting 2.5 million plastic bottles in Martinique in the space of 18 months, the Group extended the operation to Guadeloupe, graciously making four parking spaces available for the installation of a SolarCube at the Destreland shopping centre. The scheme also appealed to customers at Carrefour Destreland and Carrefour Contact, who brought in over 200,000 plastic bottles in just a few weeks. In terms of our carbon footprint, this initiative is part of the Group's ongoing reduction efforts.

 

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Separating and valorize

Separating and valorize

The aim: to turn waste into resources. Managing…

The aim: to turn waste into resources. Managing waste in overseas territories has some specific requirements due to insularity and geographic distance from accredited waste management service providers. This geographic context imposes numerous logistical and transport constraints, not to mention sparse treatment options with efficient reclamation services. With this in mind, GBH and its subsidiaries have focused on three objectives:

-To reduce the amount of waste generated by the Group’s operations as much as possible

-To ensure quality separation of waste at the source. To achieve this objective, waste separation has been reinforced and refined in some of the Group's subsidiaries through special collection resources and new signage. Some waste management areas have also been completely redesigned. Many awareness-raising activities are carried out each year to involve all GBH employees in the initiative.

-To give priority to waste reclamation processes such as recycling and reuse short supply chains.

 

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Water, a precious resource to be protected

Water, a precious resource to be protected

Protecting water resources and ecosystems is…

Protecting water resources and ecosystems is paramount in our regions. To alleviate pressure on this resource and keep aqueous discharges into the natural environment to a minimum, GBH decided to implement various rainwater harvesting and contaminated water recycling initiatives within its subsidiaries. Water recycled or recovered in this way helps meet the non-potable water needs of some of the Group's operations and subsidiaries. In 2020, nearly 95,000 m3 of water was saved, equivalent to the annual consumption of around 800 households.

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Active involvement in the energy transition

Active involvement in the energy transition

GBH's involvement in the energy…

GBH's involvement in the energy transition is based on the following objectives:

-To reduce the Group's energy consumption

-To implement renewable energy production solutions

-To develop sustainable mobility

To support its energy transition efforts, GBH regularly renews a variety of energy efficiency partnerships with local economic and institutional stakeholders, such as EDF and ADEME, as well as regional and local authorities.

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Reducing the Group's energy consumption

Reducing the Group's energy consumption

GBH and its subsidiaries have numerous measures in…

GBH and its subsidiaries have numerous measures in place to reduce the energy consumed for their operations throughout the territories.

Priority is given to using innovative technologies and applying sustainable design principles, both for its infrastructures (new constructions and renovations alike) as well as its technical and processing facilities.

For example, the Group is replacing ageing, energy-intensive equipment with energy-efficient equipment and reinforcing heat insulation in buildings.

In addition, regularly assessing its sites’ energy efficiency, establishing a regulatory system and monitoring through regular energy audits make for optimal energy consumption management.

All measures initiated by the Group in 2020 led to a total reduction in energy consumption of more than 3,800 MWh/year, thus avoiding over 6,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions.

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Implementing renewable energy production solutions

Implementing renewable energy production solutions

GBH has been using renewable energy since 2010.…

GBH has been using renewable energy since 2010. Thirty or so solar PV facilities have been commissioned on the roofs of its subsidiary buildings. Some of these inject the energy produced into the public electricity grid, and for the most recent ones, the energy is consumed directly on the solar power station site. The electricity consumption of establishments equipped with this technology is approximately 30% lower thanks to the new self-contained plants. In total, 60,000m² of roofs equipped with photovoltaic panels produce more than 9,000 MW.h each year, equivalent to the annual consumption of nearly 3,000 households and avoid the emission of approximately 9,000 tons of CO2. 

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Developing sustainable mobility

Developing sustainable mobility

In the interests of sustainable mobility, the Group…

In the interests of sustainable mobility, the Group offers electric and hybrid vehicles to individuals and professionals through its car hire and dealership network. On some of its sites, GBH also provides motorists with a network of charging points to make it easier to access faster charging.

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The ‘zero consumption zero discharge’ car washing system

The ‘zero consumption zero discharge’ car washing system

To reduce potable water consumption, the Group uses…

To reduce potable water consumption, the Group uses a ‘zero consumption zero discharge’ car washing system in its car hire subsidiaries and some car dealerships. The car washes run on rainwater collected from rooftops plus recycled, treated water from previous washes. They are thus completely self-sufficient in water and do not generate any waste water.

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GBH HSE

Cultivating the desire to take responsibility

GBH is aware of its health, safety and…

GBH is aware of its health, safety and environmental (HSE) responsibilities and their related challenges. Its HSE charter, signed by all its subsidiaries, pledges to safeguard the health and safety of its employees, protect the environment and abide by HSE regulations. This charter supports the day-to-day efforts GBH has been making for many years to prevent employee health risks and reduce the environmental impacts of its operations. GBH wants to be a significant stakeholder in sustainable development in all regions where it has a presence. It is up to each subsidiary, management team and employee to act responsibly and get involved in this HSE continuous improvement approach.

Consult the GBH charter

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2 million litres of rum produced in Martinique
50,000 tonnes of bananas harvested in the Ivory Coast in 2017
80% of the inhabitants of Reunion Island know that Danone yoghurt is made there*

GBH is committed to local production in the territories in which it is established, promotes local products and producers to the general public and is involved in organising the livestock and production industries.

Supporting local production

Supporting local production means defending know-how and encouraging initiatives that create economic activities, jobs and wealth.

Getting involved in industry organisation

Beyond referencing local production, GBH, through its hypermarkets and throughout the territories where it is established, is involved in the organisation of the livestock and production industries, develops real production/retail partnerships and showcases local production through operations organised at the points of sale.

Quantitative study results of a November 2016 Ipsos campaign carried out on 400 inhabitants of Reunion Island.

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Promoting local products and supporting their development

Promoting local products and supporting their development

The Destreland and Grand-Camp Carrefour stores have been committed to promoting local production for more than 25…

The Destreland and Grand-Camp Carrefour stores have been committed to promoting local production for more than 25 years. In 2016, the Destreland Carrefour store decided to expand its actions in favour of local producers.

Its new strategy, carried out jointly with Carrefour Contact Grand-Camp, is based on three objectives.

• Promote the know-how of its producers and the richness of local production through a corporate video, the "Committed to local production" exhibition and dedicated marketing campaigns.

• Provide greater visibility to local products by introducing a new brand, "Produits d'Ici” (Local Products).

• Support the development of production chains. 

In 2016, both stores worked weekly with more than 100 local producers.

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Carrefour Réunion: 35 years of commitment to local production

Carrefour Réunion: 35 years of commitment to local production

A native of and committed to Grand Ilet, Maximin Maillot created his poultry farming business for egg production in…

A native of and committed to Grand Ilet, Maximin Maillot created his poultry farming business for egg production in 1975 with the desire to develop a strong economy in his village. For 3 years now he’s been working in organic egg production. “In real terms, GBH has been working with local agrifood industry players for 35 years,” explains Amaury de Lavigne, director of Carrefour Réunion.

See the testimonial by Maximin Maillot

You’ll find Léo de Salazie eggs — produced in the heart of Grand Ilet — on Carrefour Réunion shelves. It’s a 30-year win-win partnership with Carrefour Réunion that has contributed to the economy and development of this particularly landlocked village on the island.

More informations: https://bit.ly/2NnCCiD 

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Danone La Réunion

Taking action to promote the Reunion Island dairy industry

Danone Réunion, a subsidiary of GBH, actively participates in the development of the island’s dairy industry within…

Danone Réunion, a subsidiary of GBH, actively participates in the development of the island’s dairy industry within joint trade organisations (Aribev and Fodelait). The company also contributes to the work of ADIR (Association for the industrial development of Réunion Island) to promote the industry to all segments of the public. With sixty plus different products, Danone produces 6,000 tonnes of yoghurt locally each year.

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production locale La Réunion

Joint efforts with local producers

For several years, Carrefour – a GBH subsidiary – has been obtaining supplies locally and is committed to promoting…

For several years, Carrefour – a GBH subsidiary – has been obtaining supplies locally and is committed to promoting the local livestock and crop production sectors. Following the initiative of the poultry agreement and beef charter that were signed by all sectors on the island (breeders, abattoirs, the French state, administrations, importers and distributors), the company also played a significant role in efforts with producers, including a marketing campaign, better visibility in shops, sales policy and decision-making support in Brussels.

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Informer les clients sur les producteurs locaux et leur démarche

Informing customers about local producers and their approach

In 2014, Géant and Casino signed partnerships with local breeders and highlighted their production in stores, using…

In 2014, Géant and Casino signed partnerships with local breeders and highlighted their production in stores, using specific displays and presentations.

The "responsible agriculture" approach of local fruit and vegetable producers, whose objective is to limit the impact on the environment while maintaining optimum health quality, was also highlighted during advertising campaigns and through the organisation of a market open to all families. 

In 2016, as part of their quality approach, the Géant hypermarket and Casino supermarkets (SCIE) continued to showcase local products through the "Route des saveurs" (Flavour Route) selection. Presented on the pages of a catalogue distributed at the store entrance, portraits of local producers and a description of the activities have helped to increase awareness of this sector and boost customer confidence.

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80 exhibitions held since 2005
200 artists exhibited since 2005
600 m2 of exhibition space distributed over three rooms

The Fondation Clément is a GBH corporate foundation that patrons the arts and cultural heritage in the Caribbean.

Supporting the arts and cultural heritage in Martinique

The Fondation Clément is a GBH corporate foundation that is a patron of the arts and cultural heritage in the Caribbean. It supports contemporary creation by organising exhibitions at Habitation Clément and creating a collection of works that are representative of Caribbean creativity over the last decades. The Foundation is hosted at Habitation Clément, a heritage site classified as a historic monument where Clément agricultural rum is produced.

While the Clément Foundation has dedicated contemporary art spaces, for example the sculpture garden and exhibition rooms, the artists use the entire property to express themselves.

Bringing the history of the Caribbean to life and protecting Creole heritage

The Clément Foundation manages important collections of private archives, a library on the history of the Caribbean and iconographic collections. It also publishes works of a cultural nature and contributes to the protection of Creole heritage by highlighting traditional architecture.

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exposition Aimé Césaire, Lam, Picasso

Aimé Césaire, Lam, Picasso “We found ourselves” exhibition

As part of the centennial celebration of the birth of Aimé Césaire, the Clément Foundation, in partnership with the…

As part of the centennial celebration of the birth of Aimé Césaire, the Clément Foundation, in partnership with the Regional Council of Martinique and with the support of the Réunion des musées nationaux-Grand Palais, presented the Aimé Césaire, Lam, Picasso “We found ourselves” exhibition from 8 December 2013 to 2 March 2014.

This exhibition immerses us in the richness of the friendly and fruitful encounters between these three men. It brings together paintings, prints, sculptures, writings, and many documents that highlight the intellectual and artistic depth of their exchanges. It also evokes the special relationship established with the surrealists and André Breton, as well as their common emotion during an excursion in the heart of the Absalon forest, whose mysterious luxuriance would mark their works to come.

Organised in spring 2011 in Paris by the Réunion des musées nationaux as part of the 2011 Year of France’s Overseas Territories, this exhibition was redesigned and enriched with works kept in Martinique. It is of an unprecedented scale on the island, due to the quality and the number of its works: 60 pieces including an oil painting by Picasso, 10 paintings and many drawings by Lam, the "Corps perdu” (Lost Body) collection, consisting of ten poems written by Césaire and illustrated with engravings by Picasso, the "Annunciation" composed of engravings by Lam and poems by Césaire, the "Cahier d'un retour au natal” (Notebook of a Return to the Native Land) typescript, as well as a section evoking Césaire, Lam, and Picasso’s shared interest for African masks.

The Clément Foundation has benefited from the support of national and international private and public lenders (Martinique Regional Council, Martinique General Council, Centre Pompidou, Paris, National Museum of Modern Art / CCI, Besançon Museum of Natural History, Library of the National Assembly, among others).

http://www.fondation-clement.org/Decouvrir-les-expositions/Aime-Cesaire-Lam-Picasso-Nous-nous-sommes-trouves

 

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“Hervé Télémaque” Exhibition

“Hervé Télémaque” Exhibition

The new building of the Fondation Clément, designed by architects Reichen and Robert & Associates, was…

The new building of the Fondation Clément, designed by architects Reichen and Robert & Associates, was inaugurated with the "Hervé Télémaque” exhibition, from 24 January to 17 April 2016, which was designed and produced by the Centre Pompidou.

The Hervé Télémaque exhibition, prepared by curator Christian Briend and by Bénédicte Ajac, is the first retrospective of this French artist of Haitian origin in the Caribbean. It perfectly meets the cultural aims of the Clément Foundation: to contribute to spreading the art of Caribbean cultures, including its diaspora, and offer access to major international exhibitions in Martinique.

http://www.fondation-clement.org/Decouvrir-les-expositions/Herve-Telemaque

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Le geste et la matière Exhibition

The “Le geste et la matière – une abstraction «autre» Paris, 1945-1965” Exhibition

To celebrate its 40th anniversary, the Centre Pompidou is holding an exhibition at the Clément Foundation…

To celebrate its 40th anniversary, the Centre Pompidou is holding an exhibition at the Clément Foundation, from 22 January to 27 April 2017, on abstract non-geometric painting. A true first for Martinique, the exhibition is curated by Christian Briend, curator at the National Museum of Modern Art, assisted by Nathalie Ernoult, conservation attaché.

It is an opportunity to discover less celebrated artists who have also contributed to the abstract art movement, focusing on artists like Olivier Debré, Jean Dubuffet, Hans Hartung, Georges Mathieu, Gérard Schneider and Pierre Soulages.

This original exhibition, which is an opportunity to rediscover many of the Centre Pompidou’s little-shown works, is a real first in Martinique.

http://www.fondation-clement.org/Decouvrir-les-expositions/Le-geste-et-la-matiere-une-abstraction-autre-Paris-1945-1965

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La Fondation Clément

The Fondation Clément, an artistic and cultural player since 1986

Discover the 2017 cultural season. The exhibitions will be accompanied by conferences in the presence of the artist…

Discover the 2017 cultural season. The exhibitions will be accompanied by conferences in the presence of the artist, Sunday-discoveries or workshops.

Exposition Jonone
11 November 2017 – 2 January 2018

Exposition rétrospective Khokho René-Corail
9 September – 2 November 2017

Exposition rétrospective Alexandre Bertrand
8 September – 1 November 2017

Llewellyn Xavier – célébration
5 August – 28 September 2017

(in)Visibilité ostentatoire – exposition collective
7 July – 31 August 2017

Michel Rovélas – Or et peaux, nouvelles mythologies
2 June – 26 July 2017

Jean-Luc de Laguarigue – Photographies habitées
3 May – 28 June 2017

Le geste et la matière – une abstraction «autre» Paris, 1945-1965
22 January – 16 April 2017

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http://www.fondation-clement.org/decouvrir-les-expositions

 

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