Group Lagardère

Lagardère SCA engages in media business worldwide. The company operates through four divisions: Lagardère Publishing, Lagardère Travel Retail, Lagardère Active, and Lagardère Sports and Entertainment. The Lagardère Publishing division includes book publishing and e-publishing businesses, which cover the areas of education, general literature, illustrated books, partworks, dictionaries, youth works, and distribution in English, French, and Spanish languages. The Lagardère Travel Retail division is involved in retail activities in travel areas and concessions in travel essentials, duty free and fashion, and food services fields. This division operates retail outlets under its own international store names include Relay, Hubiz, 1minute, Discover, Tech2go, Aelia Duty Free, The Fashion Gallery, The Fashion Place, Eye Love, So Chocolate, Bread&Co., Hello!, So! Coffee, Rustichelli Mangione, decant, Trib's, etc. as well as store names with a local identity comprising Sydney Opera House, Buy Paris Duty Free, and Frankfurter Markthalle; and under franchise or license to retail partners comprising Lonely Planet, Fnac, iStore, Marks & Spencer, Hermès, Victoria's Secret, Nespresso, Costa Coffee, Burger King, and Paul. The Lagardère Active division engages in magazine publishing, radio, television channels, audiovisual production and distribution, advertising sales brokerage, and digital businesses. The Lagardère Sports and Entertainment division is involved in the organization and management of events; talent representation; consulting in the management and operation of stadiums and multipurpose venues; marketing of sports rights and associated products; management of broadcasting rights; and management of sports training academies. Lagardère SCA was founded in 1826 and is headquartered in Paris, France.
Paris, FR
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Paris, FR

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