On Friday, September 23, the ESPI Group, a private higher education institution specializing in training in real estate professions, and the City is beautiful, third place, will sign a partnership aimed at co-constructing actions in real estate sustainable.
Through this partnership, the two companies will participate in several events, expertise days and conferences, in order to highlight good professional practices. “La Ville est belle will take part in educational events on campuses as a selection jury for candidates, a jury for the defense of professional dissertations and theses, or practical cases and will be fully involved in the associative life of the learners of the ESPI group”, specify the two actors in a press release.
For Linda Gandon, co-founder – COO of la Ville est belle, “The issue of skills development in this context of transition and economic change is central to the creation of value and the growth of businesses in the territory. This partnership represents a great opportunity to support young talents in the sector of more sustainable real estate, to convert valuable know-how and know-how into value for the collective. The managers of VSEs/SMEs have understood the importance of integrating these new skills to develop their activity and have a positive impact on society. »
Sustainable real estate requires new skills
In order to make companies aware of the new professional opportunities and new skills necessary for the development of sustainable real estate, the two actors will organize job dating/forum to promote the group’s businesses and talents.
“The ESPI group is a proactive player for ever more sustainable buildings and spaces: net zero carbon,” explains Régis Le Corre, Director of Partnerships for the ESPI Group. Our Bachelor’s and professional master’s courses integrate these issues which correspond to the daily concerns of students, the companies that host them and the regions where we operate. This partnership with la Vie est belle is an additional richness necessary to perfect our innovative, operational and life-saving teaching approaches. This is an opportunity to give our audiences one more rope to prevent obsolescence in the exercise of professions and develop the agility required by demanding and evolving markets. »
In addition, a group of students will work throughout the year on the theme of the real estate of tomorrow within the Ville est belle. “Their role will be based on the organization of conferences and workshops around themes representative of economic and societal issues, integrating training and innovation. »
“This partnership represents a wonderful opportunity to involve our Bachelor and professional masters students in building the city of tomorrow, which aims to be sustainable, inclusive and innovative. The new generation is in search of meaning and will be able to be proactive in organizing, alongside local players, rich moments of exchange and foresight between real estate professionals and students,” concludes Valérie Caillard, director of the Nantes Campus. – ESPI group.