The Honorable Jane D. Hartley, Ambassador of the United States of America to France and Monaco, honored the Maison Veuve Clicquot on Tuesday 18th of October by hosting the Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Award and the Clementine Award France 2016 ceremony at Her Residence in Paris.
President of VeuveClicquot, Jean-Marc Gallot, was joined by Delphine Arnault (Executive Vice President of Louis Vuitton), Chantal Gaemperle (Executive Vice President Human Resources and Synergies of LVMH) and, Christophe Navarre (Chairman and CEO of Moët Hennessy) and leading figures of the Business world for the presentation of the Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Award France 2016 to:
Caroline Hilliet Le Branchu, CEO of La Conserverie La Belle-Illoise
And for its third edition, the New Generation Award was awarded to:
Anaïs Barut, Founder and ceo of De Damae Medical
Jean-Marc Gallot, Anais Barut, Caroline Le Branchu, Delphine Arnault
Created in 1972 to celebrate the House’s bicentennial, the Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Award is handed out every year to outstanding women to honor their entrepreneurial spirit. It pays tribute to the first among them, Madame Clicquot, who established herself as a leading female figure in the business world. These women, all worthy heirs to the “Grande Dame”, possess qualities rendering them pioneers able to face every challenge: leadership, courage, creativity and talent.In its second year, the Clémentine Award is presented to women who, in the eyes of the Maison, represent the future generation of "Business Women". Clémentine is the name of Madame Clicquot's daughter, and the Maison is convinced that this family link can only celebrate talented young women.
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