France, South of France & Monaco
Mr Menno Meyer - Managing Director
Photos credits: © Palais des Festivals et des Congrès de Cannes, © CRTRCA, © OTCNice, © Direction de la Communication de Monaco, © Monte-Carlo SBM, © Olivia Marocco, © SEMEC, © James Darling
Phenix Events is a Destination Management Company, specialising in delivering event management logistics services in the South of France – Cannes, Nice, Marseille – and in the Principality of Monaco, focusing on the main aspects of your special event being:
Hotel and venue research
Interactive web solution for participant registration and room reservations
Meet and greet airport services including individual and group transportation
Social programs, themed excursions, sport and team activities, with a fresh look on team-building activities, different “green” ideas, meeting with local artists, and hands-on workshops
Hostess and freelance staff services
Corporate hospitality functions
Entertainment and theming
Phenix is committed to and are reliable experts, supported by a trustworthy suppliers’ network. Together, we anticipate risk and propose solutions to ensure rock solid delivery.
Phenix ensures that all of the efforts are 100% focused on achieving your precise and carefully identified goals. No waste and maximum results.
A land of exception; The French Riviera, Provence and Monaco are famous names throughout the world that conjure up strong images of a pleasant way of life, magnificent natural landscapes, the Mediterranean Sea, good food and wine, sunshine, great hotels, lush gardens, the perfumes of Grasse, modern art museums etc.
The south of France attracted many world-famous painters, including van Gogh, Cézanne (a native of Aix), Renoir, Monet, Matisse, Picasso to name but a few, who came for the light and the beauty of the place. Nice, Cannes and Monaco have been a favorite destination for the high society for over two centuries.
The blessed region abounds with medieval hilltop villages which epitomize the charm of traditional Provence, as well as modern cities offering a rich historical heritage and state-of-the-art technology.
It is also known for the cinema (the Cannes Film Festival and many movies shot in the south).
Michelin-starred chefs can be found everywhere, stretching from the Southern Alps to the Mediterranean. Easily accessible all the year round and offering exceptional infrastructures for business tourism.
The Destination without the drivel
Flying Time: 2 hours from London
Time difference: + 1 GMT
Visas: Not required by UK passport holders
The Destination Highlights
The South of France is a wonderful, reliable and well-established destination to create networking opportunities, whilst benefiting from a rich cultural artistic heritage and a mild climate, with over 300 days of sunshine per year.
Our different cities offer a variety of attractions that few places in the world can boast and excellent value-for-money services for your events.
Nice and Marseille international airports offer excellent connections with the UK; up to 180 flights from 9 different gateways.
Cannes is not only the city hosting the famous Film Festival, it is one of the best meeting, incentive and conventions cities in France, with great 4- and 5-star hotels, restaurants and shops, all within walking distance from the Palais des Festivals convention Centre.
Nice is the largest city on the French Riviera and hosts international congresses; it has kept its former Italian influence and is a great place to visit.
Monaco, offers a great convention and exhibition Centre (Grimaldi Forum), fantastic hotels, restaurants, museums, manicured gardens with a great atmosphere, particularly in the famous quarter of Monte-Carlo.
St. Tropez, a local haunt for the rich and famous, is a great place for an incentive program combining nautical activities, wine-tastings in the nearby vineyards and night-life.
Marseille is France’s second largest city and a very lively destination from which you can visit the heart of Provence: Aix, Les Baux, St. Rémy, Avignon, Uzès, Pont-du-Gard, Aigues-Mortes, etc.
And English is widely spoken in the South of France!