Sanofi Announces Premium Partnership With the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games

Originally published at Sanofi U.S. ranked No. 27 on The DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list in 2021.


Tony Estanguet, Chairman of Paris 2024, Paul Hudson, Sanofi Chief Executive Officer, and Serge Weinberg, Chairman of Sanofi’s Board of Directors, today announced Sanofi will become a Premium Partner of Paris 2024 for the Olympic and Paralympic Games being held in Paris in 2024. Paris will become the second city to host the Summer Olympic Games three times with the last Games held in Paris 100 years ago in 1924.

For Sanofi, whose headquarters are based in Paris, this commitment to Paris 2024 is a unique opportunity to engage its 100,000 employees in one of the largest sporting events in the world.

Sanofi’s commitment to Paris 2024 also highlights the company’s societal impact strategy and affirms its commitment to the values ​​of inclusion, diversity and openness to the world, as well as its environmental ambition.

The company welcomes the desire of Paris 2024 to foster the values of the Games to make them even more open to the public and more sustainable and intends to contribute by highlighting the benefits of physical activity on health.

“Sanofi is proud to contribute to the success of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024. It represents a great opportunity to unite our employees around values ​​shared with the Olympics and Paralympics, such as inclusion and diversity, openness to the world, courage, determination and excellence,” said Sanofi CEO Paul Hudson.

As with the work the Company has been doing with the Sport dans la ville association for more than 15 years to integrate young people socially and professionally, sport is a vector of hope and perseverance,” said Tony Estanguet, Chairman of Paris 2024. “Sporting events bring progress and each year, Sanofi employees from throughout the world are actively involved in raising awareness among the population about the impact of diseases and on the daily lives of patients who suffer from them.

“I am happy that a leading French company like Sanofi is joining the Paris 2024 adventure. We share the same values ​​of high standards, creativity and sharing, and the same desire to be useful. Sanofi’s mobilization alongside us will enable us to promote the Games throughout France, to share the benefits of sport with as many people as possible, and to contribute to a more active and healthier society.”

Finally, through this partnership and the engagement programs that will be offered by Paris 2024, the French Company intends to mobilize its employees and its sites in Paris and throughout France to contribute to the success of the Olympic and Paralympic Games in its native country.

“Paris 2024 will be a major global event for France and it is important for Sanofi to contribute to its success,” said Serge Weinberg, Chairman of Sanofi’s Board of Directors. “The Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024 will highlight Sanofi’s exceptional footprint in France and our contribution to the dynamism of its regions.”

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