To mark its 30th anniversary, Comptoir Immobilier welcomed on Thursday, November 8, 2018 at the Bâtiment des Forces Motrices in Geneva some extraordinary artists representing symbols dear to the Group: elegance, passion, rising youth and internationality.
With the presence of Nathalie Fontanet, Geneva State Councillor, head of the Department of Finance and Human Resources, Comptoir Immobilier gathered 800 people at this event including its clients, partners and friends. All those who make the Comptoir Immobilier Group one of the leading real estate companies in French-speaking Switzerland.
With its origins dating back to 1825, the Comptoir Immobilier Group is the oldest real estate company in Geneva. However, it was in November 1988 that Paul Epiney reactivated Comptoir Genevois Immobilier, which was registered in the Commercial Register in 1912, and developed it into its current structure in Geneva, then in the canton of Vaud in the 2000s and in Valais in the 2010s. The Comptoir Immobilier Group is thus now active throughout French-speaking Switzerland, as well as nationally and internationally through its networks and affiliations.
As a reflection of this important development, no less than 40 students from the Ecole-Atelier Rudra Béjart from the four continents created original and elaborate paintings to amaze the audience during this anniversary event. This performance was part of the educational program of this rising youth recruited on their unique talent. In fact, the show’s fee was entirely devoted to its operation.
Renaud Capuçon as for him, an internationally renowned violin virtuoso, performed on a musical program mixing classical and contemporary until his performance met and merged with the work of the Ecole-Atelier Rudra Béjart, for an original and unprecedented show.
Christophe Mae, successful author, composer and performer, meanwhile, spoke in the second half of the evening, symbolizing through his unique style, a fresh look at the future.
Copyright: Carlo de Rosa and Miguel Bueno