Events 2016-2017

 
September 20, 2016

The group is launching an original scheme to help create jobs in the Tarn

As part of a revitalization convention signed with the French state, the group supports the creation of 230 jobs in the Tarn area over a period of three years. True to its territorial roots and to the entrepreneurial spirit of its founder, the group has set up an original financial scheme intended to accompany the development of local companies, or of companies wishing to settle in the region.

Developed in partnership with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Tarn and with the Crédit Agricole Nord Midi-Pyrénées, this scheme includes two types of assistance plans, which can be combined if need be, depending on the nature of the project: a bank loan fund with bonus rates and a grant fund. This scheme will make it possible to support companies, and first and foremost SMEs and ETI, over time, in association with all the players in the economic development of the region.

February 2016

The Group’s CSR approach audited “EXEMPLARY” BY AFNOR CERTIFICATION

October 2016

SUPPORT to the disaster victims in Haiti

One week after hurricane Matthew, the Tulipe association, of which the Pierre Fabre group is a contributing member, went into action and sent to French NGOs on the scene a first donation of 260 kilos of pharmaceutical drugs.

For many years now, the Group has being supplying drugs and other health care products, regularly and specifically in case of emergency. This first donation was made up of emergency treatments (antibiotics, pain killers, anti-inflammatory drugs, minor surgery, injectable medicines, etc.), pediatric medicines and basic treatments for adults, which were delivered via the Première urgence internationale (PUI) NGO.

20 OCTOBRE 2016

Happy Trainees label 2016-2017

The company received the Happy Trainees label for the 4th year in a row, and is in 16th place in the “100 to 500 interns and work placement students” category. The ranking, produced by “Meilleures-entreprises.com,” highlights companies that put the hosting, support and management of their interns and work placement students at the core of their commitments. These companies are ranked exclusively by their interns and work placement students in a completely free and anonymous manner. 229 interns and work placement students from the Group responded to the survey, 93% of whom recommended our company.

February 21, 2017

PIERRE FABRE FOUNDATION: 10 YEARS OF ACTION AGAINST SICKLE-CELL DISEASE

The world’s leading genetic disease, sickle-cell disease affects 50 million people.
The fight against sickle-cell disease is one of the Pierre Fabre Foundation’s four areas of intervention. In 2006, the Foundation set up a consortium to build a reference center for combating the disease in the Global South. The Sickle-Cell Disease Research and Control Center was inaugurated in 2010 in Bamako (Mali).
To date, and after 10 years of experience in combating this disease, it runs seven active programs in nine countries (Mali, Senegal, Togo, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Congo-Brazzaville, Democratic Republic of Congo, Madagascar and Haiti).

December 2016

EMPLOYEE SHAREHOLDER AWARDS 2016: PIERRE FABRE RECEIVES THE JURY’S “COUP DE CŒUR” AWARD

For the 12th consecutive year, the French Federation of Associations of Employee Shareholders (FAS), in partnership with Amundi and Altedia, presented the Employee Shareholder Awards. Pierre Fabre Laboratories distinguished themselves and received the jury’s “Coup de Cœur” Award. This special award honors the continuity and dynamism of Pierre Fabre’s employee shareholder plan.
For the last 11 years, Group employees have been highly involved in corporate performance via an employee stock ownership plan.
Members of the jury commended the business economics training, which since 2012 has taken the form of a serious game with interactive training for each new employee of the Group.

September 22, 2016

e-HEALTH AWARDS 2016

Since the creation of the event, the Pierre Fabre group has been sponsoring the Awards (e-health Summer University). This year, the award went to JokkoSanté, a Senegalese start-up.

The Awards attracted almost 100 applications. JokkoSanté, an efficient virtual community pharmacy, provides a simple and innovative solution to the problems of accessing medicines in Senegal based on mobile telephony. The application allows fairer access to medicines through a very original circular economy and solidarity financing mechanism.
Created in 2014 in Dakar, this social economy project is spreading all across Senegal. An agreement is under negotiation with the Ministry of Health. Among other awards, JokkoSanté won the African Entrepreneurship Award in 2015 and the e-health Award from the Pierre Fabre Foundation on July 4 this year.