2022 Winter Olympic Games

2022 Winter Olympic Games

The first Winter Olympic Games where held in Chamonix in 1924. 98 years later, the 24th edition was held in Beijing, which became the first city in the world to have held both summer editions (2008) and winter editions (2022) of the Olympic Games.

For the 2022 edition, 91 different teams and countries competed in 109 events involving 2,834 athletes, setting another record for the Winter Olympic Games.

More than 2 billion unique viewers followed the Beijing games on TV and digital platforms, reflecting a 5% rise compared with the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games.

Sports fans across the world watched a total of 713 billion minutes of Games broadcasts, an 18% rise from the 2018 PyeongChang edition.

Considered one of the most important events in the world in terms of international visibility, the Winter Olympics are another example of international recognition for France’s expertise.

Having worked with the French National Olympic and Sports Committee (CNOSF) since 2010, in 2018, Groupe BPCE became a Premium Partner of the 2024 Paris Olympic Games and Paralympic Games. It helps contribute to the French delegation’s performance through Caisse d’Epargne’s support of the French Ski.
Travel management; support finding, negotiating and managing accommodation; recruitment of qualified personnel; resolution of equipment issues (purchase of audiovisual supplies)