The Covid pandemic has damaged our economy. It has partially destroyed entire areas of activity that will have difficulty recovering, to name just two, but important in our region, tourism and culture will suffer from this scourge. We asked Franck Becker, director of La Coursive, to tell us about the ups and downs he had to face. Stopping activities within 48 hours, without knowing where exactly you are going for 3 months, the obligation to cancel shows, and thus deprive companies of resources.
He had to propose solutions for the reimbursement of tickets, find arrangements to move or renew shows, finally mount the 2020-2021 season which, today, can only be held by a thread. Despite all this, he remains optimistic and turns to young people to prepare shows for them. He set up a three-way ticket exchange, refund, defer, or keep the money to co-produce and help companies financially. Today the season's catalog is full. What about the second wave that we do not wish for culture.
«Le Studio» dont les reportages ont déjà commencé à s’ouvrir à l’extérieur de l’île et à s’intéresser à La Rochelle ainsi qu’à la Région.
L’évolution de l’économie, la concurrence, le développement des nouvelles technologies, la mondialisation, expliquent en partie la floraison des partenariats, des coopérations entre les entreprises.
A l’origine, le partenariat était principalement axé sur la relation entreprise fournisseur.