Based in Paris since 2004, EVENTS & COMPANY specializes in unique, customized corporate, institutional and leisure events in the French capital and other parts of France.

For instance, EVENTS & COMPANY has organized private tours to both the Hermès and Chaumet museums, dinners in private mansions and châteaux with their owners, visits to private art collections and artist studios, as well as exclusive fashion shows with leading French designers. We have also arranged outings to the French Open, customized bicycle tours in Paris and the Loire Valley, as well as hot air ballooning and barging in Burgundy.

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EVENTS & COMPANY has organized events notably for Bristol-Myers Squibb, Condé Nast Publications, ANT Trust, Diesel, Vodafone, Shell Oil, and Pride International.

Our events have included sales incentive trips, client conferences, board meetings, team-building events and spouse programs. Our institutional clients have included the Livestrong Foundation, Bates College, the Simon Wiesenthal Center for Tolerance and the Scripps Foundation. Our events have included fund-raising trips and charitable donations.

To ensure that our tours and events maintain the highest of standards, EVENTS & COMPANY selects, trains and closely supervises its local suppliers and partners. We work with over 75 expert multi-lingual guides, lecturers and hostesses, as well as transportation fleets of limousines, minivans, luxury buses, helicopters and private planes.

EVENTS & COMPANY’s Paris office is staffed exclusively with a bilingual French/English-speaking staff who are always available to answer any query. Our tours and events are offered year-round, and we pride ourselves on a rapid turnaround on event proposals and venue selection.

As an expert in French art de vivre and business culture, it would be a pleasure to create your next event in France.

Rachel Kaplan