Friday, 11 September 2015

Thierry Weinberg

Thierry Weinberg is the founder of DoubleV Conseil, based in Paris, France, which is a partner of the New Association to Live Together. They are co-organizers of annual Olympic events, dedicated to living together with people facing disabilities, with the municipality of Versailles, France.
The leader of the company, established in November 2009, is popular with his belief and ideas that facing a situation of a burden of expenses, taxes and fiscal conditions for the enterprises to manage with on a national level may require the expertise of professionals to deal with cost killing, or cost optimization.
Weinberg's contribution to the concept lies in line with the policy of companies for social integration, as well as their role for and impact in the purchasing power, employment and building of confidence that, as factors, improve the profitability of companies.
Weinberg's expertise spreads in the domain of the real estate, insurance, environment, innovation funding, human resources, etc. The innovative, multidimensional approaches constitute a significant part of the company portfolio and activities. For the insurance scope of activities, a special company - DoubleV Assurance - deals with the issues of the enterprises in that sector.
Thierry Weinberg graduated from the ISG business school (Institut Superieur de Gestion). The school is specialized in marketing and finance.
Among other things, Weinberg has been an associate of the Maremma real estate and investment company since 2006. During the period 2006-2009, he was its general director. Between 2002 and 2004, Weinberg was part of the creative department at Canal +, the French cable channel.
As a passion, making special funny cylinders for TV performances adds touches to the enigmatic image of the businessman. Writing sketches for different TV programs was also an ingredient of his professional life and experience. The artistic spirit and taste shed light on Weinberg's ability to innovate in business and embark on creativity.

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