The French Council of Shopping Centers (CNCC) announced the 2015 winner of the “Jeunes Espoirs” Awards today, awarding one promising French shopping centre executive with a scholarship to attend the International Council of Shopping Centers’ (ICSC) Retail Property School in Frankfurt from 5-9 July 2015.
The CNCC “Jeunes Espoirs” rewards shopping centre executives under 35 years old who accomplished outstanding work for one of CNCC’s member companies in the “communication and marketing” category. This year’s winner is Fanny Sauvage, Marketing Manager at Cora & Co. At 26 years old, Fanny is passionate about the retail real estate industry and impressed the jury with her talent and professionalism.
Chair of the Jury and Vice-Chair of the European Shopping Centre Trust Bertrand Courtois-Suffit, said “It is very important to recognise young bright professionals and to give them the opportunity to improve their knowledge and network.” The European Shopping Centre Trust funds the scholarships, with travel and accommodation paid for by the CNCC.
The ICSC European Retail Property School offers courses to retail and retail real estate professionals who wish to deepen their knowledge of retail property and shopping centres and learn from experts of the industry. The School is taught by successful professionals, members of ICSC, who review and improve the European curriculum and case studies annually.