Airbnb is helping to create a new standard for hosting that will be a win for host cities, a win for spectators and fans, and a win for athletes.
Since becoming a Worldwide Partner in 2019, Airbnb has committed to providing travel options that are economically empowering, socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable.
Site : airbnb.com.au
As a global leading Cloud Services Partner, Alibaba Cloud, the data intelligence backbone of the Alibaba Group, will provide world-class cloud infrastructure and services supporting the digitization of the Olympic operations to optimize, secure and enhance the experience for the athletes and fans from across the globe.
The use of Alibaba's advanced digital technologies and expertise will also create e-commerce platform for Olympic stakeholders to interact with fans on a global scale; as well as develop and adapt the Olympic channel in China.
Site : alibabagroup.com
A multi-line insurer specialising in property and social protection, Allianz France relies on its extensive expertise and the dynamism of its 9,000 employees in France. Almost 7,000 commercial intermediaries, Agents, Advisors, Brokers, and Partners are present to provide high-quality advice to 5.5 million customers who put their trust in Allianz France.
Through this partnership, Allianz works with the IOC, IPC and Paris 2024 to provide innovative and integrated insurance solutions to support the Olympic and Paralympic Games, sport fans, national teams and athletes.
Site : allianz.com
Site : atos.net
Site : www.bridgestone.com
Coca-Cola / Mengniu
The company sponsored the 1928 Olympic Games in Amsterdam and has supported every Olympic Games since. It maintains the longest continuous relationship with the Olympic Movement and extended, in 2019, their partnership agreement with the IOC until 2032, as part of the first ever joint TOP partnership agreement with the Chinese dairy company Mengniu. Offering more than 500 brands, The Coca-Cola Company refreshes Olympic athletes, officials and spectators with its beverages during the Olympic Games across the world.
Mengniu becomes, with this joint partnership, the first Chinese fast-moving consumer goods company to become a TOP Partner. It is one of the leading dairy product manufacturers in China. Mengniu’s diversified products include liquid milk,yogurt, ice cream, milk formula and other products such as cheese. Mengniu made it on the “Global Dairy Top 20”, placing itself among the top 10 of dairy industry.
Since the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games, Intel has been working across the Olympic Movement and with other Olympic partners to integrate technology into many facets of the Olympic Games. Intel is integrating technology and innovation around 5G technology, immersive media, artificial intelligence, drones and esports competitions as well as other silicon solutions to enhance the Olympic Games experience.
Site : intel.com
Omega is the Official Timekeeper of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, having developed and introduced the world's most advanced technologies. The brand first provided timekeeping equipment and services for the Los Angeles 1932 Olympic Games, and has committed to continue their role as official timekeeper of the Olympic and Paralympic Games until 2032.
At Paris 2024, OMEGA will serve as Official Timekeeper, measuring every glorious moment - and recording every dream - for the 31st time in Olympic Games history.
Site : omegawatches.com
Panasonic's technology plays a vital role in delivering the sights, sounds and unique excitement of the Olympic Games, from the field of play to the spectators through its large on-site video screens and professional audio systems, and to people around the world through broadcasting with its digital broadcast equipment.
Panasonic began its involvement with the Olympic Games in 1984 in Los Angeles as the supplier of the professional sound system and large video display for the main stadium. The company became a Worldwide Olympic Partner in 1987 when it joined the TOP Programme as a charter member.
Site : panasonic.com
Site : pg.com
Samsung began its legacy with the Olympic Games in 1988 as a local sponsor of the Olympic Games Seoul 1988. With the Olympic Winter Games Nagano 1998, the partnership elevated to the Worldwide Olympic Partner in the Wireless Communications Equipment category, which has expanded to Wireless Communications Equipment and Computing Equipment that continues until today.
From the very beginning of its involvement with the International Olympic Committee, Samsung has dedicated efforts to ensure the Olympic family, athletes, fans and consumers are exposed to unique experiences and innovative technologies that provide the opportunity for a more connected experience. Together with the Olympic Movement, Samsung showcases the shared values of achieving the extraordinary and inspiring others to ‘Do What You Can’t’.”
Site : news.samsung.com
Today, Toyota proudly employs 370,000 employees in communities around the world, builds around 10 million vehicles per year in 29 countries, and sells them in more than 170 countries.
Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) became part of The Olympic Partner programme in 2015. As the Worldwide Mobility Partner, Toyota is committed to mobility as a source of inspiration and as a way to improve the quality of life for all. As per this commitment, Toyota also became a Worldwide Paralympic Partner in 2015. In line with Olympic Agenda 2020, with sustainability as one of its key pillars, Toyota works with Paris 2024 to provide sustainable mobility solutions for the Games.
Site : global.toyota
Site : visa.com
Site : all.accor.com
Site : sustainability.decathlon.com
Site : groupefdj.com
Le Coq Sportif
Since its inception, the brand's raison d'être has been the proximity it has created with all passionate sportsmen, champions or amateurs, individual athletes or members of collective teams. A relationship of trust based on the demand for quality and elegance, both guaranteed by unique know-how and French production: in the Aubois basin for the fabric and its dye, and in Lorraine for the shoes “Made in France”.
Its history, which joins that of the tricolor sporting epics for more than 130 years, makes it a brand of the heart. Le Coq Sportif notably kitted out the French delegations during the Olympic Games from 1912 to 1972, and therefore during the 1924 edition which was held in Paris. Official supplier of Paris 2024, Le Coq Sportif will also become Official Partner of the French Olympic and Paralympic Team in October 2021
Site : lecoqsportif.com
Site : www.pwc.fr
Partners are essential stakeholders in the build-up and successful staging of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Whether they are Worldwide Partners (members of the IOC's TOP programme) or National Partners (Premium, Official or Supporters) they are involved in the delivery of revolutionary Paris 2024 Games.
Through their support -funding, technical services and products-, they contribute to the organisation of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, alongside the teams of the organizing committee.
Partners are ambassadors of the Paris 2024 vision, they engage their entire eco-system (members of staff, clients, suppliers, etc) to promote the Games, and actively contribute to the legacy and sustainability initiatives of Paris 2024