Cartier continues to support young entrepreneurs with Red Club across Asia

IN CELEBRATION of its two year anniversary, Cartier’s Red Club, which launched in the spring of 2019 with the aim of connecting young, forward-thinking entrepreneurs across the globe, who have a strong connection with Asia together, looks back at the success this initiative has already had.

It began by launching in the UK, France and Italy seeking out candidates who either come from Asia or who have a strong relationship with a part of the continent. The community this project is built upon are encouraged to connect and exchange experiences and advice regarding funding, starting and growing a business. Since it came to fruition, the Red Club have grown its membership to Russia and Japan this year, welcoming 19 new members, all specialising in different sectors ranging from food to technology, and fashion to energy.

Cyrille Vigneron and Giada Zhang

Cyrille Vigneron, President and CEO of Cartier International, and Giada Zhang, President of Red Club and CEO of Mulan Group

Cyrille Vigneron, President and CEO of Cartier International reflects on this program, “Red Club gives these brilliant and committed entrepreneurs the opportunity to connect, lift their voices and tell stories that celebrate how they help change the world they live in, keeping the cycle of entrepreneurialism alive.”

While Giada Zhang, President of Red Club and CEO of Mulan Group excitingly shares their thoughts on this, “We are all driven by the same purpose and common passion for making a difference, with the aim to shape the next generation of globally minded, socially conscious leaders. In this mission, it is wonderful to have the full support and help of the Maison of Cartier.”

With this in mind, the past two years have seen Cartier support the members on their journey to achieving their goals, especially during the past year’s testing times that have thrown them all obstacles to tackle. Through the belief that sharing ideas in networks will contribute to mentoring one another and ultimately, lead to success, the past two years have been foregrounded in continual success individually and together.

by Imogen Clark 


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