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List of all French brands to boycott due to French Anti-Islam polices.

List of all French products to boycott Major brands: * Accor * Activia * BNP Paribas * Air France * Bonne Maman * Bugatti Automobiles * Carrefour * Cartier (jeweler) * Chanel * Citroën * Clarins * Clear (shampoo) * Danone * Dior * Évian * Garnier * Hermès * Ibis (hotel) * Ibis Budget * Ibis Styles * Kenzo (brand) * L'Occitane en Provence * L'Oréal * Lion-Peugeot * Longchamp (company) * Christian Louboutin * Mercure (hotel) * Michelin * Perrier * Peugeot * Président (brand) * Renault * Sanofi * Sephora * Tefal * Total SE * Ubisoft * Volvic (mineral water) * Louis Vuitton * Waterman Pen Company * Yoplait * Yves Rocher (company) * Yves Saint Laurent (brand)
0–9 * 12 bis A * A.L.B (Watches) * A.P.C. * Accor * ACMAT * Activia * AG2R La Mondiale * Air Caraïbes * Air France * Aixam * Albingia * Alstom * Alter Eco * Amora (mustard) * Andros (company) * Anne Fontaine (brand) * Arc Holdings * Archos * Areva * Armand de Brignac * Arturia * AT Internet * Atari SA * Au Départ * Auchan * Dominique Aurientis * Automobiles Chatenet * Automobiles ERAD * Aux Etats-Unis * Axa B * Babolat * Baccarat (company) * Badoit * Balenciaga * Banania * B&B Hotels * Baron de Lestac * Beneteau * Betjeman & Barton * Bière de Garde * BNP Paribas * Bonnat Chocolates * Bonne Maman * Bookeen * Vera Borea * Boucheron * Bourjois * Bouygues Telecom * Brandt (brand) * Brasserie Thiriez * Bricomarché * Buffet Crampon * Bugatti Automobiles * BUT (retailer) C * Cacharel * CAMECA * Campingaz * Canson * Carambar * Carrefour * Carrefour Planet * Cartier (jeweler) * Groupe Casino * Castel Group * Castorama * Caudalie * Champagne Binet * Champagne Gauthier * Champagne Krug * Champagne Mercier * Dom Pérignon * Champagne Louis Nicaise * Chanel * Charles Heidsieck (Champagne) * Chaumet * Chloé * Chocolat Poulain * Christian Dior Ready-to-Wear runway collections * CIAT Group * CIJ * Citroën * Clarins * Clear (shampoo) * Clément Tyres * Club Med * CMA CGM * Comptoir des Cotonniers * Constellium * Courvoisier * Crédit Agricole * Crédit Industriel et Commercial * Crédit Mutuel * CS Communication & Systèmes D * S. T. Dupont * Dailymotion * Dane-Elec * Dangel * Daniel Hechter Paris * Danone * Dassault Group * Daum (studio) * De La Chapelle * Delair * Delbeck * Delsey * Derby (French car) * Dior * Total Direct Énergie * Dragon Bleu * Dufour Yachts * Duralex * Duralex Picardie E * Eisenberg Paris * Benoît-Pierre Emery * Engie * ESI Group * Essilor * EssilorLuxottica * Évian * Exagon Engineering F * Faiveley Transport * Fareva * Fauchon * Fauré Le Page * Faurecia * Fenocchio * Fenwick Groupe * Fine Champagne * Fnac * Focal-JMLab * Fragonard Parfumeur * Frapin * French Bee * Fromy, Rogée & Co G * Garnier * Gauloises * Gimar Montaz Mautino * Gini (soft drink) * Gitanes * Gitzo * Goyard * Grenoville * Grey Goose (vodka) * Groupama * Guerlain * Gunhild (clothing) H * Handpresso * Pierre Hardy (fashion designer) * Haulotte Group * Hennessy * Hermès * Hervé Chapelier * Jean-Paul Hévin * Hollywood Chewing Gum * Houbigant Parfum * Hutchinson SA I * Ibis (hotel) * Ibis Budget * Ibis Styles * Iliad SA * In'oya * Ingenico * Invoxia J * J. P. Chenet * Jeanneau * JOB (rolling papers) * Joon (airline) * Juery K * Kenzo (brand) * Keolis * Koenig (organ builder) * Kolibree * Kookai * Krampouz * Kréma * Kronenbourg Brewery L * L-ACOUSTICS * L'Occitane en Provence * L'Oréal * La Cornue * La Rochere * Laboratoires Expanscience * Laboratoires Pierre Fabre * Laboratoires Servier * LaCie * Christian Lacroix * Lactalis * Ladurée * Lafarge (company) * Lag (company) * Lalique * Lancel (company) * Lancôme * Lanvin (company) * Guy Laroche * Laster Technologies * Laurent-Perrier * Le Chameau * Le Coq Sportif * Le Zèbre
L * E.Leclerc * Legrand (company) * Léo Marciano * Leroy Merlin * Lestra * Level (airline brand) * Lion-Peugeot * Loft design by * Longchamp (company) * Christian Louboutin * Louis XIII (cognac) * Luneville Faience * Lyreco M * Mainbocher * Maison Devambez * Maison Maquet * Majorette (toy manufacturer) * Make Up For Ever * Malabar (chewing gum) * Malesan * Malletier * Manitou Group * Maped * Marais (company) * Marigaux * Marithé et François Girbaud * Maritima Ferries * Mavic * Mazars * Mazlo * MBK (Scooter manufacturer) * Melvita * Rodolphe Menudier * Mercure (hotel) * Michel Cluizel * Michelin * Microcar (brand) * Midual * Mir:ror * MobiWire * Moët & Chandon * Monoprix * Morabito (brand) * Motul (company) * Moulinex * Roland Mouret * Mouton Cadet * Moynat * MPM Motors * Murex (financial software) N * Nexans * Nidec Leroy-Somer * Niderviller pottery O * Orange S.A. P * Panzani * Parfums Givenchy * Parrot SA * Paule Ka * Pequignet * Perrier * Perrin Paris * Petrossian (business) * Peugeot * PGO (automobile) * Pinnacle vodka * Poclain * Poliakov (vodka) * Poma * Power Vehicle Innovation * Président (brand) * Promod * Pyral Q * Quadient * Quechua (brand) R * Radiall * Automobiles Rally * Red Bicyclette * Rémy Cointreau * Rémy Martin * Renault * Parapluie Revel * Nina Ricci (brand) * Rizla * Roady (Mousquetaires) * Rochas * Louis Roederer * Rorgue * Ruinart (Champagne) S * Salomon Group * Sanofi * Schneider Electric * Scorpa * Sennelier * Sephora * Septodont * Sescoi * SFR * SGC (wine) * Sixpack France * Skis Rossignol * SNCF * Société Bic * Société Générale * Sodemo Moteurs * Sodern * Soitec * Solairedirect * Solar Euromed * Solex Carburetor * Solido * Staub (cookware) * Suez Environnement T * Technal * Tecnifibre * Tefal * Thiers Issard * Three Barrels * Total SE * Transdev * Trekking sarl U * Ubisoft * Emanuel Ungaro V * Valeo * Vallérysthal * Valrhona * Vandoren * VéloSoleX * Vergnet * Veuve Clicquot * Vicat * Vilebrequin * Vivendi * Roger Vivier * Volvic (mineral water) * Voxan * Louis Vuitton W * Waterman Pen Company * Wiko * Winoa Y * Yema (watch) * Yoplait * Yves Rocher (company) * Yves Saint Laurent (brand) Z * Zig-Zag (company) * Zodiac Aerospace
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Ever wanted to buy a stock before it's a rocket or 10 bagger? SBW got you covered.

Hello, you may know me from DD posts about IVZ and 3DP. I'm still heavily in these. But today I bring you SBW.
Ok for real, this might be the laziest DD you've read because it was copy pasted direct from hotcopper. But it will also be the best DD you've read (no offence to u/bigjimbeef recent DD on this but he's always drunk and while his DD did get me interested in this, I think maybe some people didn't take his post seriously because the post read like he had a beer in one hand and his dick in the other).
But I've been thinking lately... wouldn't it be nice if I could, for once, jump on a stock, before it rockets? Like... Every stock I've been in so far has holders who are already 10 bagging. How do they find these stocks and how can I become one of them?
Well, here is your chance. Full disclosure, I'm in at 26.5c, closing price today is 24.5c. It IPOd at 35c so we are still at bargain prices. No rocket yet. If you can think of a reason not to buy, please say so, before I take a larger position tmw morning, as I am trying to keep myself from getting overly keen on yet another stock but so far I can't find a good reason to put money anywhere else.
Copy pasta below:
I thought it was about time that I made the “Ultimate Guide to SBW” and consolidated months of research and analysis into one comprehensive post. Then we can add bits to it from there as more positive news develops.
Let us start with capital structure.
Capital Structure and Why This Is Important!
There are currently 139 million shares on issue, sitting at a price of 32 cents.
This gives a Market Capitalization of approximately ~45 million AUD.
Keep this in mind when we discuss partners and peers later - it’s arguably a more important metric than share price.
The Top 20 shareholders of SBW (which includes key management as the Top 2 holders) have about 90% of the stock on issue. The interests of management are well-aligned with shareholders.
What does this mean in plain English? It means management are extremely incentivized to perform, and are not just idly sitting by collecting an easy paycheck like so many other ASX companies. They have as much at stake as you do! Probably more.
The Core Business
The core business is a profitable operation which has been selling weighing systems to both retail and healthcare sectors – with reliable recurring revenue from customers including, but not limited to, household names like Toshiba and Fujitsu.
SBW have a combination of weighing + artificial intelligence + advanced mathematics which cannot be easily duplicated. The company was first founded in 1971 and was one of the first to shift from mechanical to digital weighing and ultra-thin IoT load sensors.
If you are interested in reading up on some of their patents, please see this link:
https://patents.justia.com/search?q=Shekel scales
I found 11 separate patents here, which are probably not an exhaustive list, but ranging from weighing vehicles in motion, to load cell devices (this is the flagship technology), point of sale apparatus and infant weight systems (for their medical customers)
SBW's three main technology pillars, including patented ultra-thin high precision load sensors, can distinguish between Coke, Fanta & Pepsi - even if they are all in 1.5 litre bottles!
The Hitachi Project (Hitachi’s Market Cap = roughly ~33 billion USD at time of writing, SBW = ~45 million AUD)
http://hlds.co.jp/product-eng/1079
[Translated from Japanese] Hitachi-LG Data Storage. Inc. exhibited in “NRF 2020 Retail’s Big Show” which took place at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York from 1/12-1/14/2020, where Unmanned Store solution using 3D LiDAR(TOF) was jointly exhibited with Hitachi America, Hitachi Vantara, and Shekel Brainweigh (Israel).
Some quotes I found from Hitachi themselves
“Micro-markets are the fastest growing segment of convenience shopping. We see them exploding in high traffic areas, such as workplaces, campuses, train stations and airports,” said Hideki Hayashi, Sales and Marketing Manager, Hitachi EU Ltd.
“Deploying the joint Shekel-Hitachi solution enables retailers and micro-market operators to provide the 24/7 frictionless shopping experience consumers demand without sacrificing accuracy, performance or profitability.”
“As the manager responsible for LiDAR products in EMEA markets, I consider the R&D and commercial collaboration with Shekel Brainweigh to be the perfect partnership as we both bring our respective capabilities to develop a seamless consumer shopping experience. We are extremely pleased to collaborate with Shekel Brainweigh, which we believe is the best digital weighing technology developer globally."
“The collaboration builds on our expertise in optical motion sensors, together with Shekel’s advanced Product Aware Technology, and further strengthens our commitment to overcome the challenges, and address the significant opportunities, in global retail store automation.”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P-uxk2Ycoqw
The Open Retail Initiative
https://www.lfedge.org/2020/02/13/n...ensor-fusion-for-intelligent-loss-prevention/
For the one-year anniversary of ORI, six initiative members Edgify, Flooid, Shekel and LF Edge members HP, IOTech and Intel inspired by the initiative, worked together on a demo for the Intel booth that showcased the value of Real Time Sensor Fusion for a loss prevention use case at self-checkout. The retail environment has become incredibly complex. The latest technologies enable data-driven experiences and unlock business value like never before, yet there is still a lack of interoperability making it difficult for retailers to deploy integrated solutions with speed and ease. The demo illustrates how integration roadblocks can be a thing of the past.
The demo pulls together real time data through the EdgeX middleware from different common systems including POS real-time transaction log, CV-based object detection, scale solution, and RFID, and data fusion—all in a single pane of glass.
Here are some PowerPoint slides of IBM, Intel & Hewlett-Packard talking about the joint solution
https://wiki.edgexfoundry.org/downl...amp;modificationDate=1579904283000&api=v2
The Fast Track Project
https://www.edgify.ai/retail/
Reduce time at till and selection at self-checkout by up to 98%. Computer vision-based product recognition, that continuously learns directly on the till, so the accuracy of the detection always increases.
Friction-less stores are great in theory but extremely complicated to scale in practice. Our edge training solution makes autonomous stores scalable, by having all the AI train directly on the camera. No infrastructure costs and no added complications.
Reduce incorrect selections by up to 90%. Either intentional or unintentional, use computer vision that is trained directly on the SCO itself to reduce loss by more than half!
No barcodes, no packaging, no worries. Simple USB cameras can detect the produce at close to 100% accuracy. Use as a decision support for cashiers, or to avoid consumers having to go through long and confusing menus.
https://www.edgify.ai/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Retail_Intro.pdf
https://twitter.com/Edgify_AI/status/1277859718413930505
https://twitter.com/Edgify_AI/status/1230534216133332997
Shekel’s Visual Recognition Platform embedded with Edgify’s machine-learning training framework is the world’s first cloudless software that automatically recognises products, including fresh produce, at a retail self-checkout.
This ~45 million AUD Market Cap company allows retailers to potentially bypass expensive cloud services from Microsoft, Google and Amazon.
Sending data to the cloud is a very costly process with the Google Cloud Platform charging 1,000 stores more than US$7.2 million in cloud computing power per annum.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrpZ56IdFtg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpqwqQ1tJ4A
You can see the Shekel system 35 seconds in.
Patnership with Madix (2nd Largest Retail Shelves Manufacturer in NA)
https://www.bloomberg.com/press-rel...ade-product-aware-cabinets-to-retail-industry
NEW YORK -- January 13, 2020
Madix Inc., the second largest retail shelves manufacturer in North America, and Shekel Brainweigh Ltd. (ASX: SBW), the leader in advanced weighing technology, today announced the availability of ready-made Product Aware shelves and solutions for the retail industry.
“By seamlessly integrating Product Aware shelves into our hardware, our customers are armed with accessible data giving them reliable inventory visibility and assisting them in addressing over-stock and out-of-stock problems, as well as better control over shrinkage” said Steve Kramer, VP Sales, Madix.
“For the retail industry, this is a defined competitive edge that promotes the opportunity to increase profitability.”
Conclusion
So, remember - the core scales business is what drives the revenue we see today, but the innovation division is where the real potential resides. That will take a few more months/years to play out. I think most people are buying for the fully autonomous frictionless retail technology which comes with a huge addressable market. That’s still being undervalued in my humble opinion.
Considering there are quite a few ASX-listed tech companies with no revenue and over 100 million market cap (some even @ 1 billion market cap right now…
I don’t see why SBW couldn’t move past ~45m market cap in the near future.
Now if you read all this - links included- I commend you for your diligence. It should be obvious now that the Capsule (in partnership with Hitachi) is the “crown jewel” or “holy grail” of retail disruption technology plays (look at the success of Amazon GO for example).
So you are probably thinking: "This sounds great @verce but it’s all just aspirational and hypothetical. When will it be put into operation?" Well I’m glad you asked. The answer might surprise you. And it may be sooner than you think.
The SBW Half Year Report from 31 August 2020 had a little snippet that I think a lot of people missed. Specifically, the following text:
“Flagship micro-market project Capsule is in an advanced stage of pilot in Europe, and expected to be open to the public for trial in the second half of 2020.”
Now you are probably wondering: "That’s great but what if it’s just some obscure insignificant corner store somewhere?" Again, the answer may surprise you, and requires a little digging.
Enter Groupe Casino. A historic player in French retailing since 1898, the Casino Group is one of the world leaders in food retailing with more than 12,200 stores worldwide, located in France, Latin America and the Indian Ocean and a turnover of 37.8 billion euro.
In their Annual Report this year, they mentioned an exciting new disruptive project they were working on with a relatively obscure company.
https://www.groupe-casino.fwp-content/uploads/2020/06/RapportActivite_Casino_2019_EN.pdf
And we have some commentary from SBW featured on Page 42-43 of their Annual Report plugging "the first fully autonomous store in Europe". I'll leave it to readers to determine the significance of being mentioned in the Annual Report of a leading mass-market retail group with billions of Euro in revenue.
The same group who claim to be the source of many innovations such as the first distributor's brand in 1901, the first self-service store in 1948 or even the display of a sell-by date on consumer products in 1959. They are always pushing the boundaries of innovation, and it's an exciting partner to have.
It’s also worth keeping in mind that issuing shares are not the only mechanism by which to raise money. And that a placement at a premium to a sophisticated cornerstone investor can yield great results. Kind of like what happened with 3DP and IHR.
If I was them, I’d be asking Hitachi to chip in.
SBW also have the luxury of generating enough revenue (we are talking USD millions) in 2H20 from the core scales division, that a capital raising may not actually be necessary at this point in time. So they can wait for a better outcome.
Source: “Post 30 June 2020, the business has seen a resurgence of orders for Shekel’s products, resulting in July 2020 sales exceeding July 2019 sales by approximately 18%.”
The final thing I would like to add (if you have in fact read my other two posts which are worth reading) is coming to an appropriate valuation. This is the tricky part, especially with microcap stocks which are valued on their future potential.
We do know that there are medium to high barriers to entry, and that SBW have accumulated a competitive edge with their technology iterated over several decades, with certain patents in place.
We also know that the opportunity is global in scope with a huge total addressable market (TAM) - and that traditional retail is ripe for disruption.
Remember when there were more human checkout lanes at supermarkets than self-checkout? Now it's the other way around. We are even starting to see self-checkout in Bunnings. The trend for autonomous and friction-less shopping - what some term "Grab & Go" - was inevitable. And coronavirus has only accelerated this trend.
https://www.ibtimes.com/5-tech-tren...-end-year-result-coronavirus-pandemic-3011819
5 Tech Trends Expected To Shape Retail Through The End Of The Year As Result Of The Coronavirus Pandemic
“Retailers and brands will need to collaborate more than ever with technology startups to futureproof their businesses and be better equipped to meet fast-changing consumer demand and behavior,” Coresight said.
Coresight reported the pandemic has piqued consumer interest in cashierless models.
Technology firm Shekel Brainweigh said 87% of respondents to its global consumer survey indicated they would choose stores with self-checkout over those with only cashier lines.
So if you ask me, when you consider all the different technology projects SBW are working on - most of which we now know are "close to commercialisation*" - is 45m AUD market cap really fair value for something that has the potential to roll out globally? I personally think it is still undervalued, but the market will eventually decide one way or the other.
Even at 70 cents per share, the implied market cap with only 139 million shares on issue is about ~97 million AUD. Which is still less than 100m. And still quite low when you compare SBW's proven technology and revenue to a lot of unproven technology companies with no real customers whatsoever. And extremely low when you compare SBW's market cap to their collaborative partner Hitachi (ranked 38th in the 2012 Fortune Global 500).
Even at 32 cents as it currently stands, we are still below the IPO price when SBW first listed at 35 cents per share. How does that make any sense?
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Top 14 2020/2021 Jersey Guide

Top 14 2020/2021 Jersey Guide
This post aims to show as many Top 14 jerseys as possible for the upcoming season - after all, since it is also reasonably likely to be cancelled, those might become collector items in the future. And for those who care about it, I have been trying to identify both the brands, sponsors (and what kinds of companies they are) along with other anecdotes when I can find some.
The reason is that some sponsors really make the shirts uglier - I'm thinking of Bordeaux' Bourse de L'Immobilier on the chest, this one I'm sure will be more popular without sponsors. It's also interesting to see what kinds of companies sponsor rugby teams in France.
I'll try to update it when new kits are revealed (including Away/Third when applicable - although I will just link because the max number of images is reached there) - looking at you Stade Français. Also some sponsors are still missing due to me not having had access to all full kits yet, I'll see if I have the courage to look at butts in scrums to complete the list.
Image size has nothing to do with personal preference, I just tried to save some of my sanity by cropping the ones that were easier to crop (e.g. La Rochelle & Toulon). you can click on them I guess.
Favorite ones: Bayonne A, Montpellier H, Brive A
Edit: BTW, when I wrote "back - bottom" in the sponsor description, it means "bottom of the shirt, in the back", not "on the player's bottom" - that one is marked "shorts - back".

Agen


L & 3rd: Home, R & 2nd: Away
Brand: Errea
Main sponsor: Bigard (meat processing)
Other sponsors:
  • Mazda (automaker), chest - right
  • Accès Industrie (handling equipment rental), chest - left
  • UPSA (pharmaceuticals), back - top
  • Ultra Premium Direct (pet food), back - bottom
  • Saur (water and leisure management), left sleeve
  • Stef (controlled temperature transport), right thigh
  • Clima Froid Aquitaine (air conditioners and refrigeration systems), left thigh
  • Vigipets.fr (lost pet tracking service), shorts - back
Bonus: Video reveal of the new shirts. Apparently, the third jersey for European duties will be red, but it has not been revealed yet.

Bayonne


L: Home, R: Away
Brand: Kappa
Main sponsor: MGP (insurance)
Other sponsors:
  • Lauak (aeronautics contract manufacturer), chest - left
  • City of Bayonne (self explanatory), chest - right
  • Mercedes (automaker), right thigh
  • Maison Rivière (cooked meals), left thigh
  • Banque Française Mutualiste (Bank), back - top
Bonus: the motif on the Away kit is the Lauburu, or "Basque cross".

Bordeaux


Home

Away
Brand: Kappa
Main Sponsor: Arkea (insurance)
Other sponsors:
  • Bourse de l'immobilier (real estate), chest - left
  • Cdiscount (online sales), chest - right
  • Cacolac (cocoa drink), left sleeve
  • Fayat (construction), back - top
  • edenauto (car sales), back - bottom
Bonus: The V motif on the Home shirt is named a "scapulaire", and is a symbol of Bordeaux sports teams - the football team also usually uses it.

Brive


Home

Away

Third
Brand: Adidas
Main Sponsor: Vivendi (media)
Other sponsors:
  • Allianz (insurance), chest - left
  • De Richebourg (recycling and maintenance services), chest - right
  • Renault (automaker), left sleeve
Bonus: Vivendi is also the owner of Canal+, which is the Top 14's broadcaster.

Castres


L: Third, C: Home, R: Away
Brand: Kappa
Main Sponsor: Matmut (insurance)
Other sponsors:
  • Tarn (tourism agency from the region where Castres is hidden), chest - left
  • Sud de France (wine label), chest - right
  • Renault (automaker), left sleeve
  • Pierre Fabre (pharmaceuticals), back - top
  • Bigard (meat processing), back - bottom and right thigh
  • CCL (construction), shorts - back
Bonus: Video reveal of the new shirts.

Clermont


L: Away, C: Home, R: Third
Brand: Macron
Main Sponsor: Paprec (paper recycling)
Other sponsors:
  • Groupama (insurance), chest - left*
  • Omerin (cable manufacturers), chest - right
  • Renault (automaker), left sleeve
  • Michelin (tire manufacturer), back - top
  • Accenture (professional services), back - bottom
  • CGI (IT consulting), left thigh
  • Crédit agricole (bank), right thigh
  • Labo France (construction products), shorts - back
Bonus: Video reveal, but without players getting involved

La Rochelle


L: Home, C: Away, R: Third
Brand: Hungaria
Main Sponsor: Apivia (insurance)
Other sponsors:
  • Sodebo (cooked meals), chest - left
  • Merling (coffee roasting), chest - right
  • Avia Picoty (filling stations), left & right sleeves
  • Lea Nature (organic products), back - top
  • COGEP (accountants), shorts - back
  • Bigard (meat processing), back - bottom & right thigh
  • Charente Maritime (La Rochelle's county), left thigh
Bonus: It is the same shirt as last year - the Stade Rochelais decided to cut costs due to the uncertainty of the pandemic (they are the team whose stadium has the highest filling rate in the league and rely on it for their finances, hence why Covid hurts them a lot. Merling is the company founded and owned by La Rochelle's president, Vincent Merling.

Lyon


Home
Brand: Macron
Main Sponsor: Matmut (insurance)
Other sponsors:
  • 6e sens immobilier (real estate), chest - left
  • GL Events (events), chest - right
  • Serfin (financial services), left sleeve
  • Eiffage (construction), back - top
  • BFM Lyon (media), back - bottom left
  • Justin Bridou (delicatessen), back - bottom right
  • EM2C (real estate), left thigh
  • Crédit Agricole (bank), right thigh
  • Samsic (business services), shorts - back
Bonus: Matmut is also the brand of Lyon's Gerland stadium.

Montpellier


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Brand: Kappa
Main Sponsor: Altrad (construction equipment)
Other sponsors:
  • Hectare (real estate), chest - left
  • Montpellier métropole (self explanatory), chest - right
  • Hérault (Montpellier's county), left sleeve
  • Tressol Chabrier (car sales), back - top
  • Sud de France (local food producers), back - bottom
  • Urbaser (environment services), shorts - back
  • Crédit Agricole (bank), right thigh
Bonus: Altrad, whose founder Mohed Altrad is Montpellier's owner, is also the French NT's shirt sponsor.

Pau


L: Home, R: Away
Brand: Macron
Main Sponsor: Total (oil and gas) - also on the back of the shirt
Other sponsors:
  • Terega (gas transportation), chest - left
  • Cancé (metallic construction), chest - right
  • Autaa (handling and logistics), left sleeve
  • essor (real estate, shorts - back
  • Leclerc (supermarkets), left thigh
  • PLH (real estate), right thigh
Bonus: The twin peaks on the back of the shirt symbolize the Pic du Midi d'Ossau, the most famous summit in the Pyrénées-Atlantique county, with a height of 2884m, and whose nickname in Béarn is "Jean-Pierre".

Racing


Home

Away
Brand: Le Coq Sportif
Main Sponsor: Natixis (bank) - also on the back of the shirt
Other sponsors:
  • Clarins (cosmetics), chest
  • Assystem (engineering), chest - left
  • Hauts-de-Seine (club's county), left sleeve
  • alila (real estate), back - bottom
  • Foncia (real estate), right thigh
  • Andros (fruit and milk transformation), left thigh
  • Triangle Interim (temp agency), shorts - back
Bonus: Le Coq Sportif is also the brand used by the French NT.

Stade Français

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Brand: Kappa
Main Sponsor: Capri-Sun (fruit beverage)
Other sponsors:
  • Talan (digital tech), chest - left
  • Acadomia (school help), chest - right
Bonus: What else but a list of 15 of the most emblematic Stade Français jerseys.

Toulon


L: Home, C: Away, R: Third
Brand: Hungaria
Main Sponsor: SPVIE (insurance)
Other sponsors:
  • Groupe Loudane (specialized transportation), chest - left
  • AGV Garelli (real estate), chest - right
  • Team Interim (temp agency), left sleeve
  • Volkswagen (automaker), back - top
  • Pizzorno (environment), back - bottom
  • yack (air conditioners), shorts - back
  • JOA (casinos), shorts - left thigh
Bonus: Shirt reveal video. The man in their back is Felix Mayol, whom you might know from the stadium's name - he was a singer in the beginning of the 20th century and a RCT fan, and funded the building of the stadium.

Toulouse


Home

Away
Brand: Nike
Main Sponsor: Peugeot (automaker)
Other sponsors:
  • Airbus (plane manufacturer), chest - right
  • Jimenez (logistics), left sleeve
  • Fiducial (accounting), back - top
  • Parera (cartography), back - bottom
Bonus: The stripes are inspired by the 85-86 shirts - they won back-to-back titles in these years.
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Question culinaire: Est ce qu’il y’a une différence entre le tarama Français et Greque?

J’étais introduit au tarama quand j’ai visité Paris et je l’ai bien aimé. Au Liban et en France j’ai eu seulement la chance d’avoir la version industrielle Française comme celle là.
J’ai visité la Grèce récemment et j’ai commandé le tarama aux restaurants plusieurs fois mais la couleur était différente et le goût bien trop amère. Est-ce pareil en France pour le tarama fait-maison/servi au restaurant ou c'est proche à la version industrielle?
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Petite synthèse sur le groupe « Auchan Retail " mise à jour ce week end, afin de préparer la visite de jeudi 8 Octobre 2020.

À paraitre sur le Blog La richesse des mulliez et les grandes fortunes : http://richessem.eklablog.com/
Il semble en effet que la famille rassemble des fonds significatifs (voir la cession de la participation dans Sonepar ; voir également la cession récente (à Batipart et Covea) d’une partie des actifs immobiliers de Leroy-Merlin, à hauteur de 500 M€) qui peuvent être utilisés pour une réorganisation capitalistique du groupe. Certains actifs immobiliers ont été également cédés par Auchan.
Auchan est-il dans une situation similaire en France ?
La partie du groupe « Auchan Retail France » a perdu 102,4 M€ en 2018 et 70,9 M€ en 2019 ; les deux principales filiales sont Auchan Hypermarché et Auchan Supermarché.
Auchan Hypermarché a vu son chiffre d’affaires diminuer de 12 546 M€ en 2018 à 12 353 M€ en 2019, avec des pertes respectivement de 84 M€ et de 22 M€. Auchan Supermarché perd également de l’activité avec 3 172 M€ en 2018 et 2 955 M€ en 2019, pour des pertes respectivement de 185 M€ et 99 M€.
Au niveau global, le groupe Auchan a connu deux exercices médiocres en 2018 et 2019, avec respectivement des diminutions de chiffre d’affaires (46 883 M€ en 2018 et 46 144 M€ en 2019) et des pertes nettes de 946 M€ en 2018 et 1 255 M€ en 2019. Le groupe s’est allégé des filiales étrangères déficitaires (Italie, Vietnam) et a fermé certains magasins. Le niveau de ses fonds propres a nettement baissé, mais ces fonds ont été suffisants pour financer les restructurations et le rachat de titres aux salariés (les salariés n’ont plus que 2,78% du capital du groupe). Le groupe a surtout « apuré » ses comptes au niveau des « écarts d’acquisition » (excédent de prix payé entre la valeur d’acquisition et la valeur comptable des actifs repris dans les sociétés rachetées), qui ont fortement diminué : 3,7 Mds d’euros en 2016-17 et 3 Mds à fin juin 2020 ; à titre de comparaison, Carrefour a pratiquement 8 Mds d’euros d’écarts d’acquisition en juin 2020 et à fin 2019 ; et Casino 6,7 Mds d’euros en juin 2020 et 7,5 Mds € fin 2019.
Les suppressions nettes d’emplois chez Auchan France concernent actuellement 517 emplois qui seraient traités en « départs volontaires ». Elles font suite à des diminutions d’effectifs, et notamment de la catégorie des employés, chez Auchan Hypermarchés (fermetures de sites ; restructuration des activités « support » ...).
Là encore, comme pour Alinéa, les « départs volontaires » permettent une certaine négociation sur les indemnités de licenciement et les reclassements.
Enfin, Phildar – société « fondatrice » du groupe Mulliez – n’est plus qu’une petite entreprise (34,3 M€ de chiffre d’affaires en 2018 ; pour 3,19 M€ de perte d’exploitation ; et un effectif réduit à 256 personnes dont 118 employés, 85 agents de maîtrise et 48 cadres). Cette société, placée en procédure de sauvegarde, a été reprise par Éric Vandendriessche, actuel directeur général de Phildar, avec 117 licenciements et la fermeture de pratiquement tous les magasins. C’est à nouveau une application de l’ordonnance de mai 2020. Il ne faut pas oublier que Phildar est une filiale d’Ephigea, elle-même liée au groupe Promogest, filiale d’Oosterdam. Un bon test sera également de vérifier le traitement que réserve Oosterdam aux personnels licenciés. Y aura-t-il des reclassements au sein de l’ensemble du groupe Mulliez, et notamment dans les filiales françaises d’Oosterdam (Diramode, Pimkie, Rougegorge lingerie).
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En 15 années, les SCA de la famille Mulliez ont dégagé 3,88 milliards de bénéfice net, soit près de 260 M€ par an. Ces bénéfices n’ont pas été totalement distribués aux membres de la famille. Mais ils sont largement suffisants pour que les membres de la famille puissent vivre largement, en rappelant qu’ils occupent également souvent des fonctions dans les groupes.
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