At the very beginning of the hotel development chain, Vinci Immobilier wishes to develop a committed strategy to accompany the transition of the sector. The current context does not make the French constructor deviate from its trajectory but incites it to be more inventive to take up the challenges that every entrepreneur must face. Jean-Luc Guermonprez, Deputy Managing Director, Director of the Hospitality Division, Vinci Immobilier will speak at the Hospitality Operator Forum on 22 June.
What are the CSR ambitions of the French property developer? What commitments does it wish to make to its clients and future generations? Beyond the regulations, Vinci Immobilier wants to be a committed player in the transition of the tourism economy towards more sustainable production and operation. It intends to become a prescriber of sustainable and responsible commitments for the planet and its ecosystems. An ambition that has a cost to be shared by all stakeholders.
Inflation, a term that has been on everyone's mind since the beginning of 2022 and that many entrepreneurs had become unaccustomed to. However, at the beginning of the 21st century, companies were still working under inflation. Jean-Luc Guermonprez shares his analysis and concrete examples of the repercussions of the rising cost and lack of availability of raw materials on the development of hotel construction programmes. Each member of the chain is impacted, what are the levers to cushion the impact?
Jean-Luc Guermonprez clearly stated his intention: "To find solutions together so that projects that were feasible can be carried out".
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