Jaguar and AOL appoint Raising Stones

High-end car manufacturer Jaguar has hired DMC Raising Stones to organise a three-week product launch in France next spring.

Raising Stones wins European Jaguar and AOL business
Raising Stones wins European Jaguar and AOL business

The event will host 80 delegates across a three-week period, kicking off on 12 May in Provence.

Raising Stones is also working on a business meeting and incentive event for internet service provider AOL France, which will take place in Cannes in June next year, with 300 delegates expected to attended.

The DMC has also recently been appointed by oilfield services provider Schlumberger to handle a meeting for 600 in Monaco next March.

"We are winning business in new markets and have set up services to allow participants in both small and large groups to discover the local heritage and restaurants in the area where their event is being held," says Pierre Oudine, associate director at Raising Stones.

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