Visit Comet Meetings : seminars that are out of the ordinary

The project, Comet Meetings, launched by Victor Tile, Maxime Albertus and Nicholas Findling, has seen the light of day because they have "organized, experience

Visit Comet Meetings : seminars that are out of the ordinary

The project, Comet Meetings, launched by Victor Tile, Maxime Albertus and Nicholas Findling, has seen the light of day because they have "organized, experienced and suffered a significant number of seminars", they say, and have found that their work environment had a negative impact on the outcome of the meetings. "The places were not to the height: it was often a big luxury very classic - too classic - and expensive, but not very qualitative," says Victor Tile, its founder. After a year of reflection, "it was obvious to do something in real estate by returning to our first désamours of the meeting."

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The three partners have opened the doors of a third location, the loft to English, in the Sixteenth arrondissement of the French capital. "We don't look at what is around, we go right to what we feel and what we would need as a client," adds Victor Tile. The result is amazing. This is what they wanted: "We want to surprise. The seminar, this is the time when you escaped", he says.

The home of Comet Meetings. SÉBASTIEN SORIANO/Le Figaro

This escape is possible in particular thanks to Kidimo, which was acquired by ArtDesk, which produces unique pieces that are composed of letters and objects, vintage and antiques sourced from the four corners of the globe. "The tertiary sector has always been the poor parent of the decoration, explains Nicolas Flachot, its leader, but the trend is reversed." He tries to bring "a supplement of soul, of fun, to respond to a quest for meaning and imagine a decoration instagrammable, which contributes to the notoriety of the place," he says.

One of the seminar rooms of Comet Meetings dedicated to the theme of the music. SÉBASTIEN SORIANO/Le Figaro seminars reinvented in order to increase creativity and well-being

A young team and smiling receives guests at home, the sloughing of their jackets and offered them a hot tea that no Englishman who respects himself could not refuse. By passing through the first corridors, cakes, sweets and drinks-colourful, surrounded by green plants, type, instantly, to the eye. The first place of life, a large library, and it highlights the face of a bearded man in the red cap similar to the famous commandant Cousteau. The work, carried out with 1000 books dirty to watercolor, has a little bit of a hipster but casual. "This environment encourages the customers to different groups to say hello," jokes Victor Tile. Which makes no sense in Paris!"

The "library" of Comet Meetings where employees can meet, share and eat. SÉBASTIEN SORIANO/Le Figaro

The second place of life, filled with the latest work, is less studious. More prone to parties where cocktails abound, it is inspired by the "speakeasy" bars illegal very prevalent during prohibition in the United States. With the difference that here, no alcoholic beverage is proposed. He will have to settle for water bottles found by the hundreds in Europe by Nicolas Flachot.

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twenty meeting rooms, varying in size and modular, allow themselves to be pleasantly discover. Each floor to its theme: sport, music and cinema. The last floor looks like, to him, to a loft with private New Yorkers. The terrace 360°, above, offers a breathtaking view on the iron lady, what remember that it is in Paris that this new site is located! The exchange with Victor Tile, punctuated with musical notes, took place on the rooftop sunny. The founders aspire to become the "WeWork of the meeting" in France, but not that. "We hope to announce in the course of the year that we are going to go abroad," says Victor Tile.

The "loft private" in the New York-based Comet Meetings. SÉBASTIEN SORIANO/Le Figaro The terrace of Comet Meetings with 360° views over Paris and the Eiffel Tower. SÉBASTIEN SORIANO/Le Figaro
Updated Date: 13 July 2019, 00:00

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