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Président-Fondateur du Club des Leaders

Jean-Sébastien Robine

Biographie

Jean-Sébastien Robine

Owner and President

Jean-Sébastien Robine was only seventeen when he launched his first venture, a reference site of the gilded youth of Paris.

He was able to build an impressive network by organizing charity events, fashion shows and society balls. He was on his way to become a self-made entrepreneur.

During the same period Jean-Sébastien was appointed “Président du Club des Jeunes de la Maison Royale de France” by Prince Henri de France, comte de Paris, pretender to the French throne. As one of the Prince’s closest advisors he was able to rally several young people to the charities supported by the Royal household.

Both Lady Nancy Chopard and Stéphane Bern supported this club.

Jean-Sébastien became the youngest French publisher at the age of twenty.

“People & Gotha” magazine was conceived at the Carlton in Cannes during the film festival.

Show business moguls and movie stars wanted to meet this enterprising young man who was not shy of being in the limelight.

Although Jean-Sébastien did not benefit from the support of a major publishing group he managed to circulate 40’000 copies of his glossy magazine in France, Switzerland, Monte Carlo and Belgium.

At the same time Jean-Sébastien organised his first event for Beretta in Paris. It encouraged him to start a public relations company that was an immediate success due to his extensive address book.

The company continued to expand among the closed circles of European aristocracy and well-established families.

Jean-Sébastien Robine moved to Switzerland in 2006 following the request of his mentor the famous designer Pierre Cardin.

He started a public relation agency representing luxury jewellers and watchmakers, various banks, artists and fashion houses. He was the brains behind the Gstaad Promenade Party and his expertise was much sought after in the French speaking part of Switzerland.

He appeared as a Royal columnist on both Swiss and French television networks and was regularly invited to comment royal events, such as the wedding of Prince Albert II de Monaco in 2011 or Queen Elisabeth Il ‘s Jubilee in 2012.

Wanting to take advantage of his impressive public relation experience Jean-Sébastien decided to start his very own club, the Club des Leaders, in 2010.

The club immediately drew a lot of attention in Geneva and soon friends were flocking to the club’s lunches organised at the Hotel Beau-Rivage.

Jean-Sébastien was able to attract prominent figures from diverse backgrounds to make a speech during these lunches, that fast became the talk of the town.

The club started off with 100 members but quickly grew to 500 members after nine years of constant hard work on the part of his founder.

Seven outposts have opened in Geneva, Gstaad, Zurich, Monte-Carlo, Paris, Luxemburg and London. Now the club organises outstanding cultural events, concerts and trips throughout Europe.

Today statesmen and business tycoons, Royal highnesses and celebrities, all attend the events organised by this young serial entrepreneur.

This unique and powerful network makes Jean-Sébastien a highly respected figure in the Swiss business community.

Jean-Sébastien Robine is an ambassador of The Russian Imperial Foundation, President and Chevalier of the Order of Saint Lazare in Switzerland and Chairman of the Friends of the Gstaad New Year Music Festival. He is passionate about wildlife protection.

He is also involved in real estate and the hospitality business.

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Vice-Président du Club des Leaders

Giovanni S. Rondanini

Biographie

Giovanni S. Rondanini

Vice-President of the Club des Leaders

Giovanni Stanislav Rondanini was born in Italy to a father of distinguished Italian family and a Montenegrin mother.

He studied in Naples and began working for an Italian public bank in the early 1970s.

He focused on the credit sector in particular. In 1990 he was sent to Switzerland by the bank to become the manager of a fi nancial company based in Geneva that specialised in trade finance.

Up until 2008 he was responsible for organising the financing of European exports mainly to Algeria, Cuba and Russia.

He is currently managing his own and third parties’ assets. He has been part of the Club des Leaders since the very start and acts as its Vice-Président.

Giovanni speaks Italian, French, English, Spanish and Serbo-Croatian.

Tireless traveller with the only regrets never having been to Egypt nor Japan, he is the President of Swiss Art Now and a Member of the Board of the Foundation of the Savoy Family.

 

Jean-Sébastien Robine

Owner and President

Jean-Sébastien Robine was only seventeen when he launched his first venture, a reference site of the gilded youth of Paris.

He was able to build an impressive network by organizing charity events, fashion shows and society balls. He was on his way to become a self-made entrepreneur.

During the same period Jean-Sébastien was appointed “Président du Club des Jeunes de la Maison Royale de France” by Prince Henri de France, comte de Paris, pretender to the French throne. As one of the Prince’s closest advisors he was able to rally several young people to the charities supported by the Royal household.

Both Lady Nancy Chopard and Stéphane Bern supported this club.

Jean-Sébastien became the youngest French publisher at the age of twenty.

“People & Gotha” magazine was conceived at the Carlton in Cannes during the film festival.

Show business moguls and movie stars wanted to meet this enterprising young man who was not shy of being in the limelight.

Although Jean-Sébastien did not benefit from the support of a major publishing group he managed to circulate 40’000 copies of his glossy magazine in France, Switzerland, Monte Carlo and Belgium.

At the same time Jean-Sébastien organised his first event for Beretta in Paris. It encouraged him to start a public relations company that was an immediate success due to his extensive address book.

The company continued to expand among the closed circles of European aristocracy and well-established families.

Jean-Sébastien Robine moved to Switzerland in 2006 following the request of his mentor the famous designer Pierre Cardin.

He started a public relation agency representing luxury jewellers and watchmakers, various banks, artists and fashion houses. He was the brains behind the Gstaad Promenade Party and his expertise was much sought after in the French speaking part of Switzerland.

He appeared as a Royal columnist on both Swiss and French television networks and was regularly invited to comment royal events, such as the wedding of Prince Albert II de Monaco in 2011 or Queen Elisabeth Il ‘s Jubilee in 2012.

Wanting to take advantage of his impressive public relation experience Jean-Sébastien decided to start his very own club, the Club des Leaders, in 2010.

The club immediately drew a lot of attention in Geneva and soon friends were flocking to the club’s lunches organised at the Hotel Beau-Rivage.

Jean-Sébastien was able to attract prominent figures from diverse backgrounds to make a speech during these lunches, that fast became the talk of the town.

The club started off with 100 members but quickly grew to 500 members after nine years of constant hard work on the part of his founder.

Seven outposts have opened in Geneva, Gstaad, Zurich, Monte-Carlo, Paris, Luxemburg and London. Now the club organises outstanding cultural events, concerts and trips throughout Europe.

Today statesmen and business tycoons, Royal highnesses and celebrities, all attend the events organised by this young serial entrepreneur.

This unique and powerful network makes Jean-Sébastien a highly respected figure in the Swiss business community.

Jean-Sébastien Robine is an ambassador of The Russian Imperial Foundation, President and Chevalier of the Order of Saint Lazare in Switzerland and Chairman of the Friends of the Gstaad New Year Music Festival. He is passionate about wildlife protection.

He is also involved in real estate and the hospitality business.

Giovanni S. Rondanini

Vice-President of the Club des Leaders

Giovanni Stanislav Rondanini was born in Italy to a father of distinguished Italian family and a Montenegrin mother.

He studied in Naples and began working for an Italian public bank in the early 1970s.

He focused on the credit sector in particular. In 1990 he was sent to Switzerland by the bank to become the manager of a fi nancial company based in Geneva that specialised in trade finance.

Up until 2008 he was responsible for organising the financing of European exports mainly to Algeria, Cuba and Russia.

He is currently managing his own and third parties’ assets. He has been part of the Club des Leaders since the very start and acts as its Vice-Président.

Giovanni speaks Italian, French, English, Spanish and Serbo-Croatian.

Tireless traveller with the only regrets never having been to Egypt nor Japan, he is the President of Swiss Art Now and a Member of the Board of the Foundation of the Savoy Family.

 

 

Club des Leaders

Ambassadeurs

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Club des Leaders – Luxembourg

Brigitte Louise Pochon

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Club des Leaders – Monaco

Byron Baciocchi

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Club des Leaders – Monaco

Max-Hervé George

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