33rd Business Breakfast at Space Lucy

This Friday, June 24, Espace hosted the 33rd business breakfast hosted by Lucy Montseu-Les-Mines City. It was an opportunity to highlight an area where there are several businesses: L’Place, an interior decor, furniture and lighting business, Abis agrume that imports citrus fruits, a pet store that caters to both business and individuals, cellar Which offers wine and spirits or even Atelier de Fanny, the creator.

It was in front of many economic players in the Montselian area – business leaders, managers of integration structures – surrounded by Mary-Claude Jarrett, Gerard Gronfier, his 1st deputy, Guy Souvigny, his economy, deputies in charge of employment and many more. The other elected members of the Municipal Council, among the entrepreneurs, conducted this 33rd meeting.

He began his remarks on a situation: the 166th anniversary of the city of Montserrat-les-Mines, this 24 June.

He then gave the floor to the heads of the Lucy space agencies. Thus Carroll, from Company L’Place, recalls arriving in the area in December 2020. The company will provide entertainment on the night of July 8th.

The boss of Abyss Agrum then indicated that he had been present at these places since last December. However, the company is well-established in mining, since it was founded in St. Valier so far and has been in existence for 19 years. The company offers citrus imported from Sicily, a family farm. The company operates from November to March.

The animal facility has been established in Montceau-les-Mines for 15 years. It is a wholesaler who stores and supplies veterinary practice. It also offers its products to individuals.

A la cave is a brand that has been installed in this area since June 30, 2021. It offers wine and spirits.

Finally, Atelier de Fanny was founded in November 2020. Next year, the company will celebrate its 10th anniversary. The designer provides his expertise on making bags or evening grips for example.

Connect commercial areas

Marie-Claude Jarrett then spoke again to recall the need to establish connections between different commercial spaces and it works with the city center.

“Car parks are free and will remain there as long as the team is there,” he added.

And to continue: “People need to get used to coming, parking in one place, and walking in another. We need to make access easier. Things still need to be improved to make the sidewalk visible and usable here. City is considering a shuttle service to this area. A

The mayor continued his comments on the city’s development: Building permits have been submitted for the development of the former Lawson Wasteland. “It simply came to our notice then. Things are getting worse with the arrival of population. You have to live well here, ”Marie-Claude Jarrett commented.

Before returning to FNAC in another commercial area: “FNAC did not come for philanthropy, it did not come to do business. These are the symptoms. Other signs will reach the city center. We are very careful about the balance between city centers and regions. We agree, for example, not to install catering areas so that people can go to eat in the city center and then walk there. A

Marie-Claude Jarrot goes back to the need to eat locally and the importance of the Cœur de ville program: “Coeur de ville allowed us to create a project, to light a light (ন 800,000 for Lawson Wasteland)”.

The city therefore indicates that it has a point of caution and adherence to the balance within the commercial area.

The floor is then given to the entrepreneurs present. Newcomers attended, including a mechanic, a used car salesman, and a seamstress.

This is off the breakfast season. They will now resume work next September or October.

EM

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