By Bakers Journal
Electrolux Professional, provider of food and beverage services for professionals, announced a long-term partnership agreement with École Ducasse-Paris Campus, the new culinary and pastry arts school, founded by Chef Alain Ducasse.
The exclusive partnership with École Ducasse – Paris Campus is the result of an established relationship with Ducasse restaurant who has demonstrated commitment to Electrolux Professional’s kitchen solutions and has long been a supporter of the iconic Molteni stove, installed in prestigious projects across the globe such as the electric boat-restaurant Ducasse sur Seine, Alain Ducasse at Morpheus, Macau, Esterre at Palace Hotel Tokyo and Beige in Tokyo.
“It’s also a great opportunity for Electrolux Professional to demonstrate our ability as a full solution provider with a high-performing and premium kitchen offering. With this exclusive partnership, we can promote our OnE brand desirability that unlocks major future business potential”, added Esther Staskiewicz, vice president global marketing, Electrolux Professional in a press release.
A natural continuation of the cooperation is with the new flagship campus – École Ducasse in Paris. Since its foundation in 1999, École Ducasse has become an internationally renowned actor of teaching culinary and pastry arts, driven by the vision and energy of the iconic chef Alain Ducasse. Today École Ducasse is part of Sommet Education, the hospitality management and culinary arts education group.
The new flagship campus of École Ducasse in Paris-Meudon, France, occupies a purpose-built, 5,000 square meter facility, set to become the global standard for training in culinary and pastry arts equipped with state-of-the-art Electrolux Professional kitchen equipment, including several Molteni stoves and rotisseries and thermaline cooking range.