Safran in partnership of the "Inner-city talent" awards

Safran has chosen to renew its partnership with Talents des Cités (Inner-city talent). With the support of the Senate (French Upper House of Parliament) and the Ministère de la Ville (French Ministry for Urban Affairs), this contest rewards men and women who create their company and contribute to economic development and job creation in priority districts as earmarked by Urban Affairs Ministry policy. This is an initiative that is entirely consistent with the Safran commitment to diversity and equality of opportunity.

The founders of Prev'QSE, Riad Mahdjoubi, Moussa Kebe, Benjamin Rabu and Thibaud Mignot, sponsored by Safran, were honoured during the ceremony awards that took place on October 20 in the Chamber of the Senate, in the presence of its President, Jean-Pierre Bel, and François Lamy, Deputy Minister for Urban Affairs.

Françoise Descheemaeker, Group Patronage Manager and President of the Foundations, presented them the award. The prize of €7,000 should allow them to acquire equipment in order to develop the training they provide.

As young graduates who had already acquired valuable professional experience, working for example as firefighters or stretcher-bearers, the four associates founded a training and consulting company dealing in professional risks, first-aid, safety and the environment. Their sectors of activity are wide-ranging, including schools, hospitals, public institutions and private organizations. Already keenly involved in the local and community life of Blanc-Mesnil from where they originate, it is here that they chose to set up their business. They decided to create Prev'QSE all together because they were "aware that mutual aid is the main source of success." One of their medium-term objectives is, as might be guessed, to create jobs in their local area. The four young creators hope to serve as "a model, a source of motivation which will help other young people to succeed in their projects". That is an approach that is wholeheartedly supported by Safran.

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