One of the specific skills of Les Rois Mages is in-depth work on the content of communications and public relations operations as well as in the continuous analysis of the political and intellectual environment, since companies and other organisations cannot afford to isolate themselves from major issues that affect public opinion.
The Publications and Seminar department operates in several ways:
Les Rois Mages attaches a great deal of importance to the quality of written communications and takes particular care over the quality of written text, of any sort, which it produces under its own name or on behalf of its clients.
Caroline Pierret has had a long experience in the media and in event management. For about ten years, she was involved in designing and organising events such as the Expansion Forums (Forums de l’Expansion) and the Directors' Seminars (Sommets des Dirigeants) for the Express-Expansion group. She has been with Les Rois Mages since it was founded in 2004.
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Les Ateliers de la Volga et du Don réunis
The Combined Workshops of the Volga and the Don produce analytical documents and newsletters and organise seminars about emerging economies such as Russia, Central Asia, India, China and Brazil. A first edition of Les Ateliers de Canisy, on the topic of Russia, took place in June 2009.
Friends of Les Rois Mages
Les Rois Mages has built up a network of scholars, scientists, economists and other specialists whose role it is to reflect on general principles; their views and experience provide an invaluable contribution to the content of the missions undertaken by the agency. This is greatly appreciated during the events we organise and some missions benefit more directly from their experience and knowledge. Among our "Friends" are the following:
Novelist, essayist and former advisor to François Mitterrand, Erik Orsenna is a fertile mind, an unrivalled storyteller, a man of great imagination and of conviction. All his books have reached a wide public, notably L’exposition coloniale (The Colonial Exhbition), Voyage au pays du coton (In the Land of Cotton), L’Avenir de l’eau (The Future of Water), and, most recently Et si on dansait? (Shall We Dance?). Erik Orsenna is concerned by the major issues of today's world, notably sustainable development, culture and education. His approach is often irreverent and imaginative.
Claude Allègre, former Minister of Education, Research and Technology, is an honorary professor at the University Institute of France, Denis-Diderot University and the Institute of Global Physics in Paris. He is also a member of the French Academy of Science. He has written numerous works including Dictionnaire amoureux de la Science (A Dictionary for Lovers of Science), Ma vérité sur la planète (My Truths about the Planet) and La science est le défi du XXIe siècle (Science: a challenge for the 21st Century). He is a robust speaker on all subjects related to research, the development of science and climate change.
Daniel Cohen teaches at the École normale supérieure (Institute of Higher Education). He is Vice-President of the Paris School of Economics (PSE) and associate editor at Le Monde. He is considered to be one of the best economists in France and, in 2009, published a bestseller La prospérité du vice (The Prosperity of Vice) He is one of the economists who has best analysed the economic and financial crisis of 2008-2009.
Laurent Combalbert, of the French national police, acted as negotiator for RAID, the rapid response wing of the national police force. He is an expert in the management of unconventional situations and in crisis resolution. He is a speaker at numerous conferences and seminars where he highlights the importance of instituting management processes for dealing with unexpected situations.
Head of the economic security department of the National Institute of Higher Studies of Security and Justice (INHESK) and former director of the Institute of Study and Research into Company Security, Eric Delbecque specialises in industrial espionage. He teaches at the ENA and has written several works, including L’Europe puissance ou le rêve français (Power Europe or the French Dream), Les chants de guerre (Songs of War) and La Métamorphose du pouvoir (The Metamorphosis of Power). Eric Delbecque works on issues related to industrial espionage and organisational security.
Luc Ferry, former Minister of Education, is a philosopher and teacher, author of numerous works, many of which have influenced current thought, notably Apprendre à vivre (Learning to Live) a philosophical treatise for young people, and Qu’est-ce qu’une vie réussie ? (What is a Successful Life?). His talents as a speaker, the force of his convictions and his feeling for the sound bite make him a much sought-after speaker on a wide number of subjects. He is also President of an advisory committee to the Prime Minister François Fillon and has just published Combattre l’illettrisme (Fighting Illiteracy).
|Talents des Cités|
The Talents des Cités competition is organised every year under the patronage of the Secretary of State for Urban Policy and under the presidency of the Senate. It is a national competition for new companies.The prize-giving ceremony takes place at the Senate.
In 2008 and 2009, Les Rois Images created and organised the prize-giving ceremony in collaboration with the Senate, and directed its televising. It also created the magazine Talents des Cités, designed to highlight entrepreneurial skills.
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