Partners are fully committed to Olympic and Paralympic Equipe de France, they contribute to the promotion of the Olympic and Paralympic values
Airbnb is one of the world’s largest marketplaces for unique, authentic places to stay and things to do, offering over 7 million accommodation options and 50,000 activities, all powered by local hosts. An economic empowerment engine, Airbnb has helped millions of hospitality entrepreneurs monetise their spaces and their passions while keeping the financial benefits of tourism in their own communities. With more than 750 million guest arrivals to date, and accessible in 62 languages across 191 countries and regions, Airbnb promotes people-to-people connection, community and trust around the world.
Airbnb is helping to create a new standard for hosting that will be a win for host cities, a win for spectators and fans, and a win for athletes.
Since becoming a Worldwide Partner in 2019, Airbnb has committed to providing travel options that are economically empowering, socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable.
Site : airbnb.com.au
Alibaba Group’s mission is to make it easy to do business anywhere. The company aims to build the future infrastructure of commerce. Alibaba is proud to support the Olympic Movement to digitally transform the evolving Games leveraging its experience in serving a younger customer base to attract more young people to the Olympic Movement, while introducing more cutting-edge technologies to the world.
As a global leading Cloud Services Partner, Alibaba Cloud, the data intelligence backbone of the Alibaba Group, will provide world-class cloud infrastructure and services supporting the digitization of the Olympic operations to optimize, secure and enhance the experience for the athletes and fans from across the globe.
The use of Alibaba's advanced digital technologies and expertise will also create e-commerce platform for Olympic stakeholders to interact with fans on a global scale; as well as develop and adapt the Olympic channel in China.
Site : alibabagroup.com
Allianz Group, one of the global leaders in insurance, offers a comprehensive range that covers all the needs in insurance, assistance and financial services of individuals, professionals, companies and communities. With 140,000 employees worldwide, Allianz is present in over 70 countries, serving 88 million customers.
A multi-line insurer specialising in property and social protection, Allianz France relies on its extensive expertise and the dynamism of its 9,000 employees in France. Almost 7,000 commercial intermediaries, Agents, Advisors, Brokers, and Partners are present to provide high-quality advice to 5.5 million customers who put their trust in Allianz France.
Through this partnership, Allianz works with the IOC, IPC and Paris 2024 to provide innovative and integrated insurance solutions to support the Olympic and Paralympic Games, sport fans, national teams and athletes.
Site : allianz.com
Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, aims to structure the informational space by developing technology and is committed to an ambitious decarbonization approach with the objective of reaching net-zero emissions by 2035.
Atos has been an Information Technology Partner to the Olympic Movement since 1989, when the company provided services for the Olympic Games Barcelona 1992 Organising Committee. Atos became the Olympic Movement’s Worldwide Information Technology Partner in 2001.
Atos has extended its TOP partnership through 2024, looking to further support the digital transformation of the Olympic Games as the lead integrator for technology and to keep fulfilling its role in securing the IT infrastructure for Beijing 2022 and Paris 2024.
For Paris 2024, Atos will provide integration services, systems management solutions, and the critical core applications necessary to run the Games.
Site : atos.net
Headquartered in Tokyo since 1931, with more than 144 000 employees all around the world, Bridgestone Corporation is the world’s largest tire and rubber company operating with a mission of “Serving Society with Superior Quality”, as initiated by its founder, Shōjirō Ishibashi. Bridgestone is dedicated to delivering products, services and solutions that improve the way people move, live, work and play. Bridgestone proudly became a Worldwide Olympic Partner in 2014 and a Worldwide Paralympic Partner in 2018. The company has global rights to the Olympic Movement and Paralympic Movement through to Paris 2024. Bridgestone activities related to its Worldwide Olympic and Paralympic Partnerships are guided by a global “Chase Your Dream, No Matter What” message, which intends to inspire people to overcome obstacles and persevere in pursuit of their goals. The company also is proud to showcase its commitment to community service, social responsibility, environmental leadership and diversity.
Site : bridgestone.com
The Coca-Cola Company is a total beverage company committed to refreshing the world and making a difference. It crafts brands and choice of drinks that people love while creating a more sustainable business and better shared future that makes a difference in people’s lives, communities and planet. The company sponsored the 1928 Olympic Games in Amsterdam and has supported every Olympic Games since. It maintains the longest continuous relationship with the Olympic Movement and extended, in 2019, their partnership agreement with the IOC until 2032, as part of the first ever joint TOP partnership agreement with the Chinese dairy company Mengniu. Offering more than 500 brands, The Coca-Cola Company refreshes Olympic athletes, officials and spectators with its beverages during the Olympic Games across the world.
Mengniu becomes, with this joint partnership, the first Chinese fast-moving consumer goods company to become a TOP Partner. It is one of the leading dairy product manufacturers in China. Mengniu’s diversified products include liquid milk, yogurt, ice cream, milk formula and other products such as cheese. Mengniu made it on the “Global Dairy Top 20”, placing itself among the top 10 of dairy industry.
Intel is a global leader in designing and manufacturing products and technologies for an increasingly connected and "smart" world with the goal of enriching the lives of everyone on earth. As a worldwide partner, Intel is reimagining the future of the Olympic Games to bring deeper levels of connectivity and interaction to Olympic fans around the world.
Since the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games, Intel has been working across the Olympic Movement and with other Olympic partners to integrate technology into many facets of the Olympic Games. Intel is integrating technology and innovation around 5G technology, immersive media, artificial intelligence, drones and esports competitions as well as other silicon solutions to enhance the Olympic Games experience.
Site : intel.com
OMEGA is a prestigious Swiss watchmaker and member of the Swatch Group Ltd. Since 1848, the brand has been synonymous with excellence, innovation and precision, as well as a pioneering spirit, demonstrated by conquests of the oceans and space.
Omega is the Official Timekeeper of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, having developed and introduced the world's most advanced technologies. The brand first provided timekeeping equipment and services for the Los Angeles 1932 Olympic Games, and has committed to continue their role as official timekeeper of the Olympic and Paralympic Games until 2032.
At Paris 2024, OMEGA will serve as Official Timekeeper, measuring every glorious moment - and recording every dream - for the 31st time in Olympic Games history.
Site : omegawatches.com
Panasonic Corporation provides the Olympic Games with state-of-the-art digital audio/video equipment, such as flat screen TV, digital video camera, DVD recorder, and professional audio/video equipment.
Panasonic's technology plays a vital role in delivering the sights, sounds and unique excitement of the Olympic Games, from the field of play to the spectators through its large on-site video screens and professional audio systems, and to people around the world through broadcasting with its digital broadcast equipment.
Panasonic began its involvement with the Olympic Games in 1984 in Los Angeles as the supplier of the professional sound system and large video display for the main stadium. The company became a Worldwide Olympic Partner in 1987 when it joined the TOP Programme as a charter member.
Site : panasonic.com
P&G has one of the largest portfolios of quality, leadership brands like Pampers®, Gillette®, Ariel® and Head & Shoulders® that have been trusted in millions of living rooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, and bathrooms for more than 180 years. P&G has been a TOP partner since 2010 and has used its voice as an Olympic sponsor to celebrate the journey athletes take on the road to their Olympic dreams and to honor and serve those who supported them along the way. Building on the values shared by both organizations, P&G and the IOC have committed to a first-of-its-kind, citizenship-driven partnership to advance important work in the areas of equality and inclusion, environmental sustainability and community impact. As part of this partnership, P&G will lend its expertise and innovation capacities to Paris 2024. The company also aims to be a leading partner in the development of sustainable solutions and the supply of products and services matching the vision of Paris 2024.
Site : pg.com
Samsung inspires the world and shapes the future with transformative ideas and technologies.
Samsung began its legacy with the Olympic Games in 1988 as a local sponsor of the Olympic Games Seoul 1988. With the Olympic Winter Games Nagano 1998, the partnership elevated to the Worldwide Olympic Partner in the Wireless Communications Equipment category, which has expanded to Wireless Communications Equipment and Computing Equipment that continues until today.
From the very beginning of its involvement with the International Olympic Committee, Samsung has dedicated efforts to ensure the Olympic family, athletes, fans and consumers are exposed to unique experiences and innovative technologies that provide the opportunity for a more connected experience. Together with the Olympic Movement, Samsung showcases the shared values of achieving the extraordinary and inspiring others to ‘Do What You Can’t’.”
Site : samsung.com
Toyota Motor Corporation is the global mobility company that introduced the Prius hybrid-electric car in 1997 and the first mass-produced fuel cell sedan, Mirai, in 2014.
Today, Toyota proudly employs 370,000 employees in communities around the world, builds around 10 million vehicles per year in 29 countries, and sells them in more than 170 countries.
Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) became part of The Olympic Partner programme in 2015. As the Worldwide Mobility Partner, Toyota is committed to mobility as a source of inspiration and as a way to improve the quality of life for all. As per this commitment, Toyota also became a Worldwide Paralympic Partner in 2015. In line with Olympic Agenda 2020, with sustainability as one of its key pillars, Toyota works with Paris 2024 to provide sustainable mobility solutions for the Games.
Site : toyota.fr
Visa is the world's leader in digital payments, processing more than 500 million transactions each day, or a total of 200 billion transactions annually. Visa has unsurpassed acceptance in more than 200 countries and territories, with 3.4 billion cards available worldwide for use at more than 61 million merchant locations. As the world moves from analog to digital, Visa plays a pivotal role in reshaping the future of commerce on any device, for everyone, everywhere.
Visa has been the official Worldwide Payment Technology Partner of the Olympic Games since 1986 and is a founding member of The Olympic Partner (TOP) Programme. In 2003, Visa became the first global partner of the International Paralympic Committee, and has sponsored every Paralympics since 2002. In addition to bringing innovative payment services to Paris 2024 and Olympic and Paralympic spectators, Visa has developed a tradition of programmes that support Olympic and Paralympic athletes around the world, as well as programmes that teach the youth of the world about the history, values and ideals of the Olympic Movement.
Site : visa.fr
Groupe BPCE, a universal cooperative bank represented by 9 million cooperative shareholders, is the 2nd -largest banking group in France. With its 105,000 employees, it serves 36 million customers worldwide, comprised of individuals, professionals, corporates, investors and local authorities. It operates in the retail banking and insurance sectors in France via the Banque Populaire banks and Caisse d’Epargne, along with Banque Palatine and Oney. Boasting deep roots in metropolitan and overseas France, the Group is a long-standing partner of French sport in general, and of the sailing, handball, basketball, and surfing federations in particular. Natixis, a global expert in asset management, financing, insurance and payments, supports the Racing 92 rugby team and promotes the development of 7-a-side rugby.
Above and beyond a simple branding and sponsorship commitment, the fact of being associated with Paris 2024 helps to realize Groupe BPCE's ambition of becoming the benchmark banking partner of the sports economy, notably by contributing to its development. The Group has also set itself the ambitious goal of encouraging all its internal and external communities to become actively committed to Paris 2024 and, as such, contribute to the Legacy of the Games.
Site : groupebpce.com
As a key player in energy transition, EDF Group is an integrated electricity company, active in all areas of the profession: generation, transmission, distribution, trading and supply of energy and energy services.
Leader in low-carbon energies, the Group has developed a diversified production mix based on nuclear power, hydropower, new renewable energies and thermal energy.
As an historical support of the French sports movement, EDF became the Official Supplier of electricity and gas for the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games and Partner of the French Olympic and Paralympic Teams, and is committed so that these Games are an accelerator of the ecological transition.
The EDF group met its expertise and its capacity for innovation in the service of the success of the Games, with a mission: to mobilize as many people as possible around climate issues and to become the energy that changes everything.
Site : edf.com
Orange is one of the world’s leading telecommunications operators. The Group is present in 26 countries. Orange is also a leading provider of global IT and telecommunication services to multinational companies, under the brand Orange Business Services. While accelerating in growth areas and placing data and AI at the heart of its innovation model, the Group will be an attractive and responsible employer, adapted to emerging professions.
Orange and Paris 2024 are taking on an all-new technical, technological and human challenge. About 4 billion viewers gathered to enjoy the Olympic and Paralympic Games in London in 2012, and fans made more than 20 million calls within the venues. In 2024, people will be sharing more photos and videos than ever. To address these needs, Orange will connect all the Games venues with fibre optic and mobile networks.
Site : orange.com
Cisco is a world leader in IT, digital transformation & networking solutions. Cisco works with all-sizes businesses and institutions to help them transform their ways of working, collaborating & securely exchange data. Innovating is a daily focus to offer solutions that drive clients’ success.
Cisco builds on its experience as the Network Equipment Partner for London 2012, Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020 and is now partnering with Paris 2024. Cisco will continue to provide the network infrastructure and is expanding its role to also provide cybersecurity infrastructure and conferencing software
Cisco’s solutions will build a secure, smooth, trustworthy & collaborative network, thus creating a new, strengthened experience for all the athletes, spectators, and stakeholders.
The partnership goes beyond technical expertise. Cisco and Paris 2024 share the same ambition to organize a sustainable & spectacular event that will leave a lasting legacy in France.
Site : cisco.com
FDJ is the historical and unique lottery operator in France, the #2 in Europe and #4 worldwide. It is also the main sports betting operator in France.
By becoming Official Partner of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024, FDJ continues its commitment started with Paris Games bid and its major contributions to French sport over the years. Echoing the social legacy objectives set by Paris 2024, FDJ carries out initiatives to promote ethics and diversity, for example by supporting women’s sports and sports for persons with disabilities.
As a longstanding support for French athletes, FDJ will be a partner of the French Olympic and Paralympic team in Tokyo, Beijing and Paris. The company also supports a group of 27 athletes, the FDJ Sport Factory, to enable them to prepare under the best conditions for these major sporting events. Kevin Mayer and Marie Bochet are the ambassadors.
Site : groupefdj.com
Since 2013, Lacoste is CNOSF's and CPSF's official partner "outfitter / dresser". The brand designed Equipe de France's official outfits for the fourth consecutive time with Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic games. French athletes are going to wear the collection during opening and closing ceremonies, medal ceremony and in the Olympic and Paralympic village.
Loyal to its sporting DNA, the crocodile's brand proposes a collection that connects modernity and technicality to French athletes.
Site : lacoste.com