MCI France merges with Yves Hunt

MCI France has joined forces with experiential events company Yves Hunt to strengthen its creative offering.

MCI France merges with Yves Hunt
MCI France merges with Yves Hunt

MCI France’s meetings and events division will now be led by Antoine Alexandre and Arnaud Chouraki, who in 2008 founded Yves Hunt, a former subsidiary of communications company Awak’iT Group.

Philippe Fournier, president of MCI France, said: "MCI France’s impressive growth over the last few years is in line with the strategic vision of the MCI Group, and acquisitions to incorporate additional creative capacity to better engage our clients’ target audiences play a key role in this growth plan."

Alexandre added: "After our successful entrepreneurial adventure, we’re excited to be moving on to the next stage. Combining Yves Hunt’s dynamism with the MCI Group’s impressive global presence and best practices will allow us to embrace new challenges and gain experience in new markets."

Yves Hunt’s clients will now benefit from MCI’s global network of 57 offices in 30 countries.

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