Published on 17 September 2021
Marine Legendre and EY present the race to the group’s associates and a group of students
This Friday morning, Marine Legendre and her partner and employer, the financial audit and consultancy firm EY, invited twenty or so of the company’s associates, together with various students from the Nantes school of engineering who are members of sailing associations, to discover her Mini 6.50.
What does an Atlantic crossing on a 6.50-metre boat represent? What is the Mini Transat EuroChef? How do you prepare for such an adventure? Why and how is EY supporting the skipper in this challenge? All these questions and more were tackled, giving all Marine’s guests a fascinating insight into the offshore racing universe and the Class Mini 6.50 in particular. “At EY, our goal is to build a better world of work. The expertise and services we provide help to boost confidence in the financial markets and in savings the world over. Our managers work as a team to ensure we stick to the promises we make to all our stakeholders. They are fully committed to their projects. The projects of its clients and communities, as well as its associates, as evidenced by its commitment alongside Marine”, explain the representatives of the communication department, in attendance on the EY stand at the heart of the race village. A stand where, for the next ten days, the company will continue to promote its brand to a wider audience, as well as recruit new faces to its fold.