The mobilization of INSEEC Bachelor Chambéry students for the Telethon is flawless!
A charitable and commercial mobilization
An integral part of the training program, the first-year students’ sales week took place last November.
Myriame Desandré, who is in charge of the program, has always wanted to combine this field action with a charitable action. For several years now, students have been walking the streets of neighboring towns and knocking on the doors of businesses to raise as much money as possible for the AFM Telethon.
After selling chocolate confectionery from a major international brand, and then stuffed animals, this year the students sold bags of papillotes at the suggestion of Jenny Lansard, production manager of the Cémoi Group in Chambéry. 5 tons of goods were specially made for this action, delivered and stored at INSEEC Chambéry and redistributed to students.
Trained upstream in negotiation and sales by teachers, professionals andAFM Telethon Chambéry officials, managed by the BDE and the Human INSEEC charity, the students took up this challenge with ardor and determination.
A check for 24 500 €, proof of the students’ mobilization!
On Thursday, February 4, Martial Blanc, coordinator of the AFM Telethon and his team,Emmanuelle Oudot, head of the BNP Paribas youth market, and Jenny Lansard, Cémoi Group, were present to announce the amount of the check to the students.
” Your goal was to do better than in previous years. It was a largely successful gamble since you raised €24,500 compared to €12,800 in 2013 and €19,000 in 2014, making you the top school in France on the Telethon action! You have put a lot of heart and energy into this solidarity action and I would like to thank you and your manager Myriame Desandré for your involvement. Don’t forget next year to pass the torch for the 30th anniversary of the Telethon. We also hope that this action has given you a taste for volunteering and that you will continue in this way for a cause that is close to your heart. “Martial Blanc
The 5 students who sold the most boxes were rewarded with numerous prizes:
– Alexandre Guido: 18 cards
– Victor Roch-Neyret: 20
– Valentin Bocquet: 22
– Claire Vignoud: 25
– Audrey Delaye : 27
See you next year for a new challenge!Updated 24 February 2022