Sportscene Group becomes Grandio Group

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Lawyers Mario Charpentier, Jean-Christophe Imbeau, Laurence Babin, Lucas Sylvestre, Eleonora Eusepi, Alessia Talarico and Kevin Vincelette. Source: BCF website

A brand alliance has recently emerged. And she is from here!

This group of Quebec restaurants will have more than 3,800 employees who work in more than 55 establishments under a dozen banners

The Grandio Group notably brings together La Cage – Brasserie sportive, Chez Lionel – Brasserie française, IRU Izakaya – Japanese brasserie, Cochon Dingue, Lapin Sauté, Ciel!, Paris Grill, Café du Monde, JaJa, Madame Chose, Crémy Pâtisserie and Moishes, each brand continuing to operate independently.

Grandio Group is led by Jean BedardPresident and Chief Executive Officer, alongside Pierre SimardPresident of The Champlain Financial Corporation, Pierre MoreauChairman and CEO of Le Groupe Restos Plaisirs, and Stephane Riopelpresident of Le Groupe Bistronomie.

Groupe Sportscene, which is now Groupe Grandio, was represented in this transformation by a team from BCF Avocats d’affaires made up of Mario Charpentier, Jean-Christophe Imbeau, Laurence Babin, Lucas Sylvestre, Emilia Stoute, Eleonora Eusepi, Alessia Talarico and Kevin VinceletteLL.BMBA

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