Date: Thursday 2 July, 19.00-23.00Where: The Landmark London Hotel, 222 Marylebone Road, London NW1 6JQGuest speaker: Carolyn McCall OBE, CEO of easyJetChampagne partner: Perrier-JouëtWine partner: Le Conseil des Vins de Saint-EmilionNEW charity partner: Doctors of the WorldCost: £190+VAT per person; £1,800+VAT per table of 10; £2,100+VAT per table of 12
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For further information, please contact Sonia Olsen at 0207 092 6642To book a table, please contact Cécilia Gonzalez at 0208 092 6641Cancellations for the Annual Gala Dinner will only be accepted if received in writing, at the latest, two weeks before the event is due to take place. All fees are forfeited thereafter.
About the Annual Gala Dinner
The Annual Gala Dinner is the premier black tie dinner of the French Chamber. This most glamorous event, which features a Champagne reception, live entertainment and a silent auction in aid of Rose Magazine, is attended by 350 to 400 senior executives from the Franco-British business community.
The dinner package includes: a Champagne reception, a gourmet three course dinner served with French wine, a luxury gift and other surprises...
About our Guest SpeakerCarolyn McCall OBE
Carolyn McCall joined easyJet on 1 July 2010 as Chief Executive Officer.
Since joining easyJet Carolyn has been responsible for improving the airline’s punctuality to industry-leading levels as well as introducing important customer innovations like allocated seating. Her strategic focus has resulted in a series of milestone events including reaching the landmark of carrying 60m passengers annually and attracting more business travellers, with more than 12m now flying with easyJet each year – always ensuring easyJet provides easy and affordable travel for all.
Under Carolyn’s leadership easyJet has consistently exceeded City expectations. 2012 saw the company achieving record profits and paying a dividend for the first time and in 2013 the company entered the FTSE 100. In 2013, Carolyn led a rigorous evaluation process and obtained shareholder approval for the purchase of 135 Airbus aircraft.
About our charity partnerDoctors of the World
Discover the amazing lots of our silent auction here.
About our partners
The boutique House of Champagne Perrier-Jouët has been world-renowned for its elegant hand-crafted champagnes since its foundation in 1811.
The iconic Art Nouveau ‘Anemone’ bottle of the brand’s prestige Cuvée Belle Epoque embodies the House style, which is shaped by the purity, mineral-character and refinement of the region’s finest Grand Cru chardonnay grapes from the Côtes des Blancs.
Perrier-Jouët’s longstanding popularity in the UK began in earnest in 1847, when the House pioneered the ‘Brut’ style of champagne specifically to meet the tastes of the British palate.
Le Conseil des Vins de Saint-Emilion
A vivid scarlet robe, a palette of the most subtle aromas, well-balanced and generous on the palate, these are some of the main characteristics of Saint-Emilion wines. However, remember that Saint-Emilion, Lussac Saint-Emilion and Puisseguin Saint-Emilion have many wines. Different estates and vintages produce wines with their own personality; the enjoyment is getting to know them all.Read more
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