Cyril Capliez, Elior Group Senior Vice-President in charge of Strategy, Development, Innovation and Public Affairs, has been elected to the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Paris Île-de-France Region) and to the Board of the Ferrandi School of Culinary Arts.

Cyril Capliez has been elected to the CCI (Paris Île-de-France Region) to serve on the finance committee and on the regional economic development study committee for a period of five years. During this time, he will represent Elior Group within the CCIR which is actively involved in the economic development of the territory.  The CCIR assists companies on a daily basis in their projects, and participates in the promotion and defense of businesses and the interests of the economic world with the public authorities. One of CCIR's major missions is training. It manages 24 schools renowned throughout the world for the quality of their teaching (HEC, ESCP, the Gobelins school of images, the Ferrandi school of culinary arts, etc.), with a total of 31,600 students, including 15,000 trainees and 30,000 adults undergoing continuing education. These institutions promote the academic achievement of young people and prepare them for their entry into the professional arena. To this end, the CCIR upgrades its educational portfolio on a continuous basis to ensure it meets business requirements.

On March 9, 2017, Cyril Capliez also joined the Board of the Ferrandi School of Culinary Arts. Created in 1920, the Ferrandi School of Culinary Arts offers young people a range of training courses - from Certificates of Professional Competence (CAP) to Master Degrees – to prepare them for careers in catering, the culinary arts, baking and pâtisserie. Training modules include short-term specialist and reconversion programs. Ferrandi is one of the schools sponsored by the CCIR (Paris Île-de-France Region).

Cyril Capliez graduated from HEC Paris in 1993, and began his career at Ernst & Young as a Project Manager. In 2002, he became advisor to the French Minister for Trade and Consumption, until 2007. At the same time, he also worked as advisor in charge of State modernization from 2004 to 2005, with the French Minister of the Civil Service and State Reform. In 2007, he joined the METRO group, first as Director of Public Affairs, before being appointed Strategy and Business Projects director for Southern Europe region. He has also lectured in Management and Economics at Paris-Dauphine University. He joined the Elior Group in June 2016. He is Vice-President and Treasurer of Food Service Europe, the organization representing the interests of European contract catering sector.