Elior Group today announced it has forged a skills and brand partnership with Michaël Jérémiasz, world number 1 tennis champion in the doubles and singles wheelchair category, 4-time Paralympics medalist and flag bearer for the French team in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The emblematic figure of the Rio Olympic Games, Michaël Jérémiasz has teamed up with Elior Group to share his positive energy and experience as a champion athlete; two assets that are particularly relevant for a major services group where human input is essential and at the core of its values, such as its CSR strategy, the Positive Foodprint Plan.

As of tomorrow, Michaël Jérémiasz will be present alongside Elior, an official partner of Paris 2024, at the exhibition for Mayors of Île-de-France region to promote the candidature of the City of Paris to organize the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games via the "#2024seconds of well-being a day" campaign launched last December by Elior Group.

"I am very excited about this partnership with Elior Group, a company very committed to sports and disability”, explains Michaël Jérémiasz. 

For Philippe Salle, Elior Group Chairman and Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Agence entreprises et handicap (Corporate and Disability Agency) chaired by former minister, Marie-Anne Montchamp: "Michaël Jérémiasz is not only an exceptional sportsman, but an athlete who, single-handed, incarnates the Olympic motto, "faster, higher, stronger"; Commitment determination are the driving forces behind success who inspire respect and admiration".